Un enfoque diferente | 19 MAR 08

Comer como una conducta automática

Una conducta controlada por el entorno más que por el individuo.
Autor/a: Dres. Cohen DA, Farley TA. Fuente: Traducción y resumen objetivo: Dra. Marta Papponetti. Especialista en Medicina Interna Prev Chronic Dis 2008;5(1).
INDICE:  1. Conducta ingestiva | 2. Referencias

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