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Appetite. 2004 Feb;42(1):111-3.

Television viewing is associated with an increase in meal frequency in humans.

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  • 1Department of Psychology, Georgia State University, MSC 2A1155, 33 Gilmer Street SE-Unit 2, Atlanta, GA 30303-3082, USA. nstroebele@student.gsu.edu

Abstract

In sample of 76 undergraduate students (mostly female) in the USA, television viewing was associated with increased meal frequency and as a result with increased daily intake of energy.

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