Appetite: The Psychology of Eating and Drinking (PSYU3352) full exam notes from the Macquarie University. Created in 2022, 83 (+22 readings) page notes got me a 76% in exam.

  • Class Year
  • 2022
  • Grade
  • 76%
  • Number of Pages
  • 83
  • Staff Rating
  • 4.75/5

Step into the fascinating world of Appetite: The Psychology of Eating and Drinking with this comprehensive set of exam notes. Carefully crafted by an accomplished student who achieved a commendable 76% grade, these detailed notes are designed to support your studies at Macquarie University. Written in 2022, this collection covers the entire course, providing you with complete and thorough exam notes.

Inside these meticulously prepared notes, you will find a comprehensive breakdown of each week’s topics in the Psychology of Eating and Drinking. The notes include the following key areas:

  • Week 1: Why study eating and drinking: Explore the reasons behind the significance of studying eating and drinking from a psychological perspective.
  • Week 2: Sensory Aspects – taste, smell, and trigeminal system: Gain insights into the sensory aspects that influence our experience of taste, smell, and the trigeminal system.
  • Week 3: Thirst: Delve into the psychological and physiological factors that underlie our thirst sensations and behaviors.
  • Week 4: Food Choice: Understand the complex processes involved in making food choices, considering biological, psychological, and environmental factors.
  • Week 5: Food Taboos: Examine the cultural and psychological factors that contribute to food taboos and their impact on eating behaviors.
  • Week 6: Starting and Stopping: Explore the psychological factors that influence the initiation and termination of eating episodes.
  • Week 7: The food system – start for obesity: Investigate the role of the food system in the onset of obesity.
  • Weeks 8 to 10: Obesity: Dive into the multifaceted nature of obesity, examining its causes, consequences, and potential treatments.
  • Week 11: Obesity – other treatments, weight, and body image: Explore alternative treatments for obesity and consider the impact of weight and body image on psychological well-being.
  • Week 12: Eating Disorders – Anorexia and Bulimia: Gain a deeper understanding of the psychological factors associated with eating disorders, focusing on Anorexia and Bulimia.

Additionally, the notes cover intriguing topics such as “Refined food addiction: A classic substance use disorder” and “Obesity and the brain: how convincing is the addiction model?” These supplementary notes provide further exploration of relevant and thought-provoking aspects of the subject.

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