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Why We Eat What We Eat : Assessing Dispositional and In-the-Moment Eating Motives by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment

Why We Eat What We Eat : Assessing Dispositional and In-the-Moment Eating Motives by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment

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WAHL, Deborah R., Karoline VILLINGER, Michael BLUMENSCHEIN, Laura Maria KÖNIG, Katrin ZIESEMER, Gudrun SPROESSER, Harald Thomas SCHUPP, Britta RENNER, 2020. Why We Eat What We Eat : Assessing Dispositional and In-the-Moment Eating Motives by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment. In: JMIR mHealth and uHealth. JMIR Publications Inc.. 8(1), e13191. eISSN 2291-5222. Available under: doi: 10.2196/13191

@article{Wahl2020Asses-47643, title={Why We Eat What We Eat : Assessing Dispositional and In-the-Moment Eating Motives by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment}, year={2020}, doi={10.2196/13191}, number={1}, volume={8}, journal={JMIR mHealth and uHealth}, author={Wahl, Deborah R. and Villinger, Karoline and Blumenschein, Michael and König, Laura Maria and Ziesemer, Katrin and Sproesser, Gudrun and Schupp, Harald Thomas and Renner, Britta}, note={Article Number: e13191} }

Wahl, Deborah R. Why do we eat? Our motives for eating are diverse, ranging from hunger and liking to social norms and affect regulation. Although eating motives can vary from eating event to eating event, which implies substantial moment-to-moment differences, current ways of measuring eating motives rely on single timepoint questionnaires that assess eating motives as situation-stable dispositions (traits). However, mobile technologies including smartphones allow eating events and motives to be captured in real time and real life, thus capturing experienced eating motives in-the-moment (states). Villinger, Karoline Ziesemer, Katrin 2019-11-26T15:39:02Z König, Laura Maria Blumenschein, Michael 2019-11-26T15:39:02Z Ziesemer, Katrin Sproesser, Gudrun Wahl, Deborah R. Why We Eat What We Eat : Assessing Dispositional and In-the-Moment Eating Motives by Using Ecological Momentary Assessment Blumenschein, Michael 2020 Schupp, Harald Thomas Schupp, Harald Thomas terms-of-use Villinger, Karoline König, Laura Maria Renner, Britta Sproesser, Gudrun eng Renner, Britta

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