New paper released: Memorable meals: The memory-experience gap in day-to-day experiences

Do you remember your eating experience from the last few days?

Results from an Ecological Momentary Assessment showed a significant memory-experience gap in remembered eating happiness. While remembered eating happiness was predicted by the worst eating experience, neither the best nor the final eating experience had a significant influence. Findings indicate that, in the domain of eating, retrospective memory is mainly influenced by negative experiences.

New paper released: Investigating the Relationship between Perceived Meal Colour Variety and Food Intake across Meal Types in a Smartphone-Based Ecological Momentary Assessment

Are colourful meals healthier across meal types?

A current Ecological Momentary Assessment study on the relationship between perceived meal colour variety & nutritional quality has been published in Nutrients. Results indicate increased vegetable & reduced sweets consumption across different meal types. Find out more: www.mdpi.com/2072-6643/13/3/755


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