- Children's knowledge of packaged and fast food brands and their BMI. Why the relationship matters for policy makersT Bettina Cornwell
University of Oregon, 1208 University of Oregon, Lundquist College of Business, Eugene, OR 97403, USA Electronic address
Appetite 81:277-83. 2014..Policy implications are discussed. ..
- Contingent choice. Exploring the relationship between sweetened beverages and vegetable consumptionT Bettina Cornwell
Lundquist College of Business, 1208 University of Oregon, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403 1208, USA
Appetite 62:203-8. 2013..The findings suggest simple consumer strategies that might be employed to change dietary patterns (e.g., drink water with meals), and hold straightforward policy implications (e.g., increase water as the default option in meal deals)...
- Alternative thinking about starting points of obesity. Development of child taste preferencesT Bettina Cornwell
Lundquist College of Business, University of Oregon, 1208 University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403, USA
Appetite 56:428-39. 2011..Findings show that children with detailed mental representations of fast-food and soda brands--developed via advertising and experience--have higher scores on the SFS palate scale...