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Gender differences in preventive nutrition : An exploratory study addressing meat consumption after livestock epidemics

Gender differences in preventive nutrition : An exploratory study addressing meat consumption after livestock epidemics

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SCHÜZ, Benjamin, Falco F. SNIEHOTTA, Urte SCHOLZ, Natalie MALLACH, 2005. Gender differences in preventive nutrition : An exploratory study addressing meat consumption after livestock epidemics. In: The Irish Journal of Psychology. 26(3-4), pp. 101-113. ISSN 0303-3910. eISSN 2158-0812

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