Palatabilidad, recompensa, cultura y adicción | 07 MAR 21

Alimentos y su relacion con el comportamiento de consumo humano

Cuáles son los alimentos que generan una adhesión a su consumo difícil de controlar.
Autor/a: Marta Alicia Sánchez, María Eugenia Leone, Julio Montero, Rocío Iglesias, Mariano Marchini, Raúl Sandro Murray, Gabriela Saad. 
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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