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Preference and Taste ( food selection and choice

Addessi E, Mancini A, Crescimbene L, et al. 2010. How to Spend a Token? Trade-Offs between Food Variety and Food Preference in Tufted Capuchin Monkeys (Cebus Apella). Behavioural Processes 83(3):267-275. [Non-human primates; diet; food preference; primate evolution]
Allen MW, HungNg S, Wilson M, et al. 2006. Cultural Associations and Food Choice: Examining the Causal Relationship between Human Values and Dietary Choice. Appetite 47(2):257. [food preference]
Andersen, B.V. et al.: The importance of liking of appearance, -odour, -taste and -texture in the evaluation of overall liking. A comparison with the evaluation of sensory satisfaction. Food Quality and Preference 71: 228-232 doi.org/10.1016/j.foodqual.2018.07.005 (Jan 2019) (download) (ref. FoodNavigator 04.09.2018)
Bastian ML, Zweifel N, Vogel ER, et al. 2010. Diet Traditions in Wild Orangutans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 143(2):175-187. [Non-human primates; food selection; Morning (© Birute Zygmantaite) food and culture; learning] 
Buckley AG. 2004. Real Men Eat Salad : Gender Constructions and Food Choice. B.S. Thesis. James Madison University, [preference; gender relations; North America; United States] 

Fa JE, Juste JL, Burn RW, et al. 2002. Bushmeat Consumption and Preferences of Two Ethnic Groups in Bioko Island, West Africa. Human Ecology 30(3):397-416. [food choice; Equatorial Guinea; Bubi; Farg]  Feldman C. 2005. Roman Taste. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 8:7-30. [history; social class; food preference; Europe] 

Giskes K. 2006. A Multilevel Study of Socio-Economic Inequalities in Food Choice Behaviour and Dietary Intake among the Dutch Population: The Globe Study. Public Health Nutrition 9(1):75-83(79). [food choice; social position; economic status; Europe; Netherlands; Eindhoven] 
Gittelsohn J, Vastine AE. 2003. Sociocultural and Household Factors Impacting on the Selection, Allocation and Consumption of Animal Source Foods: Current Knowledge and Application. Journal of Nutrition 133(11):4036S-4041S. [food choice; proscriptions; meat eating; mother & child nutrition]

Hetherington MM. 2002. The Physiological-Psychological Dichotomy in the Study of Food Intake. Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 61(4):497-507. [appetite; food preference; pleasure; meal size; theory and method] 
Hoover KC. 2010. Smell with Inspiration: The Evolutionary Significance of Olfaction. American Journal of Physical Anthropology:63-74. [olfaction; food choice]

 

Hopper LM, Schapiro SJ, Lambeth SP, et al. 2011. Chimpanzees' Socially Maintained Food Preferences Indicate Both Conservatism and Conformity. Animal Behaviour 81(6):1195-1202. [non-human primates; chimpanzee; food preference; social learning; traditions]

 

Johnston SL. 2001. Food Choice Is Shaped by Accessibility: How Sources of Food Have Changed over Time for the Blackfeet. Nutritional Anthropology 24(2):3-9. [food system; selection; change; North American Indian; Blackfeet]

 

Johnston SL. 2007. Plate Half-Empty or Half-Full? Dietary Continuity and Change among the Blackfeet. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 46:361-376. [diet; food habits; food choice; disease; diabetes; obesity; North American Indians; Blackfeet]

 

Kunz G, Kaminsky P. 2001. The Elements of Taste. Little, Brown and Company. [tastes and flavors; cookery]

 

Leynse WLH. 2006. Journeys through 'Ingestible Topography': Socializing the 'Situated Eater' in France. European Studies: A Journal of European Culture, History and Politics 22:129-158. [socialization; enculturation; food preference; children; Europe]

 

Marshall D, Bell R. 2003. Meal Construction: Exploring the Relationship between Eating Occasion and Location. Food Quality and Preference 14(1):53-64. [food preference; selection; statistical analysis]

Mehlig, K. et al.: Children’s propensity to consume sugar and fat predicts regular alcohol consumption in adolescence. Public Health Nutrition doi.org/10.1017/S1368980018001829 (24.08.2018) (ref. Standard, Wien 21.11.2018)

Mellor J, Blake M, Crane L. 2010. "When I'm Doing a Dinner Party I Don't Go for the Tesco Cheeses:" Gendered Class Distinctions, Friendship and Home Entertaining. Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research 13:115-134. [social relations; cultural tastes; Europe; United Kingdom]

 

Mintz S, Schlettwein-Gsell D. 2001. Food Patterns in Agrarian Societies: The "Core-Fringe-Legume Hypothesis," a Dialogue. Gastronomica 1(3):41-59. [meal structure; cultural history; taste]

 

Montagne K. 2006. The Quest for Quality: Food and the Notion of 'Trust' in the Gers Area in France. Yearbook of European Studies 22:159-177. [food choice; preference; social relations; Europe]

 

Moskowitz H, Beckley J, Adams J. 2002. What Makes People Crave Fast Foods? Nutrition Today 37(6):237-242. [preference; consumer culture]

 

Murcott A. 2002. Nutrition and Inequalities. European Journal of Public Health 12(3):203-207. [inequalities; nutrition; public understandings; social relations; taste]

 

Oyoo M, Shilabukha K, Otieno S, et al. 2008. Folkloric Cues and Taste Bias in African Vegetable Foods. Journal of Eastern African Studies 2(1):60-73. [meaning; preferences; plant foods; verbal culture; Kenya; Luo]

 

Pliner P, Stallberg-White C. 2000. "Pass the Ketchup, Please": Familiar Flavors Increase Children's Willingness to Taste Novel Foods. Appetite 34(1):95-103. [flavor principles; tastes and flavors; novel foods; food and culture]

 

Rappaport L. 2003. How We Eat: Appetite, Culture, and the Psychology of Food. ECW. [review; food habits; preferences; emotions; values]

 

Reed DR, Tanaka T, McDaniel AH. 2006. Diverse Tastes: Genetics of Sweet and Bitter Perception. Physiology & Behavior 88(3):215-226. [taste perception; physiology; genotype; gene; heritability; adaptation]

 

Richards TJ. 2006. Native American Obesity: An Economic Model of the Thrifty Gene Theory. American Journal of Agricultural Economics 88(3):542-560(519). [overweight; nutrient selection; North American Indians]

 

Rozin P. 2000. The Psychology of Food Choice. In The Cambridge World History of Food. KF Kiple, KC Ornelas, eds. Vol. 2, pp. 1476-1486. Cambridge University Press. [categories; preference; selection; neophobia; disgust]

 

Rozin P. 2002. Human Food Intake and Choice: Biological, Psychological, and Cultural Perspectives. In Food Selection from Genes to Culture. H Anderson, J Blundell, M Chiva, eds. Chauveheid, Stavelot, Juilett. [food selection]

 

Scarpello T, Poland F, Lambert N, et al. 2009. A Qualitative Study of the Food-Related Experiences of Rural Village Shop Customers. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 22(2):108-115. [choice; food stores; United Kingdom]

 

Strauss S. 2005. The Linguistic Aestheticization of Food: A Cross-Cultural Look at Food Commercials in Japan, Korea, and the United States. Journal of Pragmatics 37(9):1427-1455. [language; taste terms; cross-cultural study; Japan; Korean; United States]

 

Strong J. 2006. The Modern Offal Eaters. Gastronomica 6(2):30-39. [food use; taste; social class; economic status; Europe; North America; England; United Kingdom ]

 

Szurek SM. 2006. Social Identity and Food Choice in the Southeastern United States. Nutritional Anthropology 27-28(1-2/1-2):23-37. [preference; meaning; eating patterns; health-consciousness; Alabama]

 

Tribur Z. 2006. Q. Gastronomica 6(2):47-48. [taste; texture; pearl milk tea; oysters; East Asia; China; Taiwan]

 

Williams DE, Knowler WC, Smith CJ, et al. 2001. The Effect of Indian and Anglo Dietary Preference on the Incidence of Diabetes in Pima Indians. Diabetes care 24(5):811-816. [acculturation; food preference; nutrition and disease; North American Indians; Pima]

 

Young G. 2004. Wok Hay: The Breath of the Wok. Gastronomica 4(3):26-30. [cooking; stir-fry; taste concept; East Asia; China]

 

 

 

PREFERENCE AND TASTE ARCHIVE

 

Armelagos GJ. 1987. Biocultural Aspects of Food Choice. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. Temple University Press. [food choice; biocultural involvements]

 

Axelson ML, Brinberg D. 1989. A Social-Psychological Perspective on Food-Related Behavior. [choice; classification; psychology; methods]

 

Baer R. 1998. Cooking -- and Coping -- among the Cacti: Diet, Nutrition and Available Income in Northwestern Mexico. Gordon and Breach. [diet; food choice; economic factors; Middle America; Mexico; Senora]

 

Barker LM. 1982. The Physiobiology of Human Food Selection. [selection; physiology]

 

Beauchamp G. 1981. Ontogenesis of Taste Preference. In Food, Nutrition, and Evolution: Food as an Environmental Factor in the Genesis of Human Variability. D Walcher, N Kretchmer, eds. pp. 49-58. [preference; development of taste]

 

Behrens C. 1986. Shipibo Food Categorization and Preference: Relationships between Indigenous and Western Dietary Concepts. American Anthropologist 88:647-657. [classification of foods; preferences; South American Indians; Peru; Shipibo]

 

Bernstein I. 1978. Learned Taste Aversions in Children Receiving Chemotheraphy. Science 200:1302-1303. [preference; aversion; learning]

 

Bindon JR. 1988. Taro or Rice, Plantation or Market; Dietary Choice in American Samoa. Food and Foodways 3:59-78. [food choice; dietary change; Oceania; Samoa]

 

Birch L. 1999. Development of Food Preferences. Annu Rev Nutr 19:41-62. [preferences; children; obesity; North America; United States]

 

Birch LL. 1992. Children's Preference for High Fat Foods. Nutrition Reviews 50:249-255. [child nutrition; food selection]

 

Borre K. 1991. Seal Blood, Inuit Blood, and Diet: A Biocultural Model of Physiology and Cultural Identity. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 5:48-62. [food selection; subsistence hunters; indigenous North America]

 

Ceyhan O. 1999. Bitter Taste Thresholds in a Turkish Society. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 38(2):137-. [taste; Europe; Turkey]

 

Crane NT, Green NR. 1980. Food Habits and Food Preferences of Vietnamese Refugees Living in Northern Florida. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 76:591-593. [preferences; North America; United States; Florida; Vietnamese Americans]

 

Cwiertka K. 1996. Western Nutritional Knowledge in Early Twentieth Century Japan. British Nutrition Foundation Nutritional Bulletin 21(79):183-189. [diet; food beliefs; preferences; military rations; East Asia]

 

de Garine I. 1997. Food Preferences and Taste in an African Perspective: A Word of Caution. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 187-207. Berghahn. [cultural affects on food choice; Africa; Cameroon; Massa; Muzey; Yassa; Mvae]

 

Drewnowski A. 1997. Taste Preferences and Food Intake. Annu Rev Nutr 17:237-253. [genetic taste markers; hedonic responses; food preferences; sugar; fat; nutrition transition]

 

Duran N, Dolan P. 1997. Influences on Food Selection: A Selected Annotated Bibliography. Nutrition Today 32(2):82-85. [bibliography; preference; food choice]

 

Fallon AE, Rozin P. 1983. The Psychological Basis of Food Rejections by Humans. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 13:15-26. [selection; psychology of aversions]

 

Fieldhouse P. 1986. Food and Nutrition: Customs and Cuisine. Croom Helm. [food selection; general survey]

 

Gibson L. 1981. The Psychology of Food: Why We Eat What We Eat When We Eat It. Food Technology 35(2):54-56. [food selection; psychology of food; food consumption; theoretical approaches]

 

Grivetti LE, Paquette MB. 1978. Nontraditional Ethnic Food Choices among First Generation Chinese in California. Journal of Nutritional Education 10:109-112. [food habit change; food selection; North America; United States; Chinese]

 

Hamilton W. 1987. Omnivorous Primate Diets and Human Overconsumption of Meat. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. pp. 117-132. Temple University Press. [non-human primates; hominid evolution, food preference; meat]

 

Harbottle L. 1997. Taste and Embodiment: The Food Preferences of Iranians in Britain. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 175-185. Berghahn. [choice of foods; Europe; West Asia; Iran]

 

Hawkes K, Hill K, O'Connell J. 1982. Why Hunters Gather, Optimal Foraging Theory and the Ache of Eastern Ache Paraguay. American Ethnologist 9:379-398. [ecology; optimal foraging theory; diet selection; hunters and gatherers; South American Indians; Paraguay; Ache]

 

Hemingway C. 1998. Selectivity and Variability in the Diet of Milne-Edwards Sifakas. International Journal of Primatology 19(2):355-. [non-human primates; food choice]

 

Hertzler A, Standal B. 1980. Classifying Cultural Food Habits and Meanings. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 82:421-425. [classification of foods; food habits; symbolic meanings; preference, selection and taste]

 

Hladik CM. 1997. Primate Models for Taste and Food Preferences. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 15-26. Berghahn. [taste perception; human and non-human primates]

 

Hladik CM, Simmen B. 1996. Taste Perception and Feeding Behavior in Nonhuman Primate and Human Populations. Evolutionary Anthropology 5:58-71. [behavioral evolution; taste and preference]

 

Hubert A. 1997. Choices of Food and Cuisine in the Concept of Social Space among the Yao of Thailand. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 167-174. Berghahn. [food preferences; social relations; spatial meaning; meal pattern; Southeast Asia]

 

Huss-Ashmore R, Johnston SL. 1997. Wild Plants as Famine Foods: Food Choice under Conditions of Scarcity. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 83-100. Berghahn. [food shortage; choice]

 

Ishihara J, Bobitt N, Schemmel R. 1999. Typical Food Selections of Japanese Children Living in the United States: Comparison with the Recommendations of the Usda Food Guide Pyramid. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 37(6):503-. [food selection; North America; United States; Japanese children]

 

Jerome N. 1975. Flavor Preferences and Food Patterns of Selected U S and Caribbean Blacks. Food Technology 29(6):46-51. [preference; flavor; food habits; North America; United States; Caribbean]

 

Jerome N. 1979. Changing Nutritional Styles within the Context of the Modern Family. In Family Health Care. DP Hymovich, MU Bernard, eds. Vol. 1, pp. 194-. McGraw-Hill. [change; food choice; North America; United States]

 

Jones MO. 1987. The Proof Is in the Pudding: The Role of Sensation in Food Choice as Revealed by Sensory Deprivation. In Exploring Folk Art: Twenty Years of Thought on Craft, Work, and Aesthetics. pp. 97-106-. UMI Research Press. [foodways; cookery; preference; sensory properties of food; North American; United States]

 

Kanafuni A. 1983. Aesthetics and Ritual in the United Arab Emirates: The Anthropology of Food and Personal Adornment among Arabian Women. American University Beirut. [sensory preferences; taste; meaning; Middle East]

 

Kandel RF, Pelto G. 1980. The Health Food Movement: Social Revitalization of Alternative Health Maintenance System. In Nutritional Anthropology. NW Jerome, RF Kandel, GH Pelto, eds. pp. 327-363-. Pleasantville: Redgrave. [food preference; categorization; health food; social movement; revitalization; North America; United States]

 

Keegan WF. 1986. The Optimal Foraging Analysis of Horticultural Production. American Anthropologist 88:92-107. [food choice; optimal foraging theory; horticulture]

 

Kilbourne J. 1994. Still Killing Us Softly: Advertising and the Obsession with Thinness. In Feminist Perspectices on Eating Disorders. P Fallon, MA Katz, SC Wooley, eds. pp. 395-418-. Guildford. [body image; eating attitudes; disordered eating; advertising and food choice; North America]

 

Kim E, Schroeder K, Dwyer J. 1999. Two Small Surveys, 25 Years Apart, Investigating Motivations of Dietary Choice in 2 Groups of Vegetarians in the Boston Area. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 99(5):598-. [food choice; vegetarian diet; North America; United States; Boston]

 

Kottak C. 1978. Rituals at Mcdonalds. Natural History 87(1):74-83. [preference; ritual; fast food; North America; United States]

 

Krondl M, Coleman P. 1986. Social and Biocultural Determinants of Food Selection. Progress in Food and Nutritional Science 10:179-203. [food choice]

 

Krondl M, Lau D. 1983. Social Determinants in Human Food Selection. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Baker, ed. pp. 139-151. AVI. [food selection; social relations]

 

Laird DA, Breen WJ. 1939. Sex and Age Alterations in Taste Preferences. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 15:549-550. [physiology; taste preference]

 

Lannon J. 1986. How People Chose Food: The Role of Advertising and Packagings. In The Food Consumer. C Ritson, L Gofton, J McKenzie, eds. [food choice]

 

Leary J. 1981. Cross-Cultural Studies of Factors Related to Differential Food Consumption. Human Relations Area Files. [food selection]

 

MacDonald BA, Watts B, Fitzpatrick D. 1993. Comparison of Taste Thresholds in Selected Canadian and Peruvian Populations. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 30:241-251. [physiology; taste; North America; South America; Canada; Peru]

 

Manderson L, Mathews M. 1981. Vietnamese Behavioral and Dietary Precautions During Pregnancy. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 11:1-8. [food choice; avoidances; pregnancy; childbirth; Southeast Asia; Vietnam]

 

McKie L, Clark GM, Skerratt S. 1998. The Promotion of Healthy Eating: Food Availability and Choice in Scottish Island Communities. Health Education Research 13(3):371-. [choice; nutrition education; health; Europe; Great Britain; Scotland]

 

Mintz S. 1986. American Eating Habits and Food Choices: A Preliminary Essay. Journal of Gastronomy 2:15-22. [food habits; preferences; North America; United States]

 

Moskowitz H. 1975. Cross-Cultural Differences in Simple Taste Preferences. Science 190:1217-1218. [preference; sour; South Asia; India]

 

O'Mahony M, Alba CM. 1980. Taste Descriptions in Spanish and English. Chemical Senses 5:47-62. [language; taste; Spanish; English]

 

O'Mahony M, Tsang T. 1980. A Preliminary Comparison of Cantonese and American-English as Taste Languages. British Journal of Psychology 71:221-226. [language, taste, Cantonese; American-English]

 

Palmerino C. 1983. Pleasing the Palate: Diet Selection and Learning. In Foodways and Eating Habits. M Jones, ed. Folklore Society of California. [selection; aversion; psychology]

 

Pangborn RM. 1975. Cross-Cultural Aspects of Flavor Preference. Food Technology 26:34-36. [taste and preference]

 

Pfaffmann C. 1978. Neurophysiological Mechanisms of Taste. Journal of Clinical Nutrition 31:1058-1067. [taste]

 

Pliner P, Pelchat M. 1991. Neophobia in Humans and the Special Status of Foods of Animal Origin. Appetite 16(3):205-218. [meat eating; psychology of preference]

 

Pollock NJ. 1974. Breadfruit or Rice? Dietary Choice on a Micronesian Atoll. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 3:107-115. [food selection; Oceania]

 

Rolls ET. 1997. Neural Processing Underling Food Selection. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 39-53. Berghahn. [neurological control of food preferences; non-human primates; Macca mulatta; Macca fascicularsis]

 

Rozin E. 1973. The Flavor-Principle Cookbook. [preference; flavor; recipes]

 

Rozin E. 1982. The Structure of Cuisine. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. pp. 189-203. AVI. [theory; taste and preference]

 

Rozin E, Rozin P. 1981. Culinary Themes and Variations. Natural History 90(2):6-14. [preference; flavor]

 

Rozin P. 1976. Psychobiological and Cultural Determinants of Food Choice. In Appetite and Food Intake. T Silverstone, ed. [choice; psychology]

 

Rozin P. 1976. The Selection of Food by Rats, Humans, and Other Animals. In Advances in the Study of Behavior. JS Rosenblatt, RA Hinde, E Shaw, et al, eds. Vol. 6, Academic Press. [food choice]

 

Rozin P. 1982. The Structure of Cuisine. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. AVI. [food preferences]

 

Rozin P. 1983. Human Food Selection: The Interaction of Biology, Culture and Individual Experience. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Baker, ed. AVI. [food preferences; psychobiology of dietary choice]

 

Rozin P. 1987. Psychobiology Perspectives on Food Preferences and Avoidances. In Food and Evolution. M Harris, E Ross, eds. Temple University Press. [preference; avoidance; psychology]

 

Rozin P. 1990. Acquistion of Stable Food Preferences. Nutrition Reviews 48:106-113. [food preferences]

 

Rozin P. 1996. The Socio-Cultural Context of Eating and Food Choice. In Food Choice, Acceptance and Consumption. HL Meiselman, HJH MacFie, eds. Blackie Academic and Professional. [food selection]

 

Rozin P, Fallon AE. 1980. The Psychological Categorization of Foods and Non-Foods: A Preliminary Taxonomy of Food Rejections. Appetite 1:193-201-. [psychological categories; taste and preference; food avoidance]

 

Rozin P, Fallon AE. 1981. The Acquisition of Likes and Dislikes for Food. In Criteria of Food Acceptance. J Solms, R Hall, eds. [preference; psychology]

 

Rozin P, Markwith M, Stoess C. 1997. Moralization and Becoming a Vegetarian: The Transformation of Preferences into Values and the Recruitment of Disgust. Psychological Science 8:67-73. [vegetarian; preference; taboo]

 

Rozin P, Schiller D. 1980. The Nature and Acquisition of a Preference for Chili Pepper by Humans. Motivation and Emotion 4:77-101. [foodstuffs; taste and preference]

 

Rozin P, Vollmecke T. 1986. Food Likes and Dislikes. Annual Reviews of Nutrition 6:433-456. [food preferences]

 

Shephard R, Raats MM. 1996. Attitudes and Beliefs in Food Habits. In Food Choice, Acceptance and Consumption. HL Meiselman, HJH MacFie, eds. Blackie Academic and Professional. [meaning; choice]

 

Simmen B. 1997. Food Preferences in Neotropical Primates in Relation to Taste Sensitivity. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 27-37. Berghahn. [food choice; non-human primates; red howler monkey; black spider monkey; South America; French Guiana]

 

Simoons FJ. 1982. Geography and Genetics as Factors in the Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. In The Psychobiology of Human Food Selection. LM Barker, ed. pp. 205-224. AVI. [human evolution; theory; food preference]

 

Smith E. 1983. Anthropological Application of Optimal Foraging Theory. Current Anthropology 24(5):625-652. [ecology; diet; food preference]

 

Sokolov R. 1991. Why We Eat What We Eat. Touchstone Book, Simon and Schuster. [collected essays; psychology; aversion; taste]

 

Spindler AA, Schultz JD. 1996. Comparison of Dietary Variety and Ethnic Food Consumption among Chinese, Chinese American, and White Women. Journal of Agriculture and Human Values 131:64-73. [food choice; women; East Asia; North America; Chinese; Chinese Americans]

 

Storey M, Bass MA, Wakefield LM. 1986. Food Preferences of Cherokee Teenagers in Cherokee, North Carolina. Ecology of Food and Nutrition 19:51-59. [preference; North American Indians; Cherokee]

 

Storey M, Harris LJ. 1988. Food Preferences, Beliefs, and Practices of Southeast Asian Refugee Adolescents. Journal of School Health 58:273-276. [preferences; beliefs; North America; United States; Southeast Asian Americans]

 

Sussman RW. 1978. Foraging Patterns of Non-Human Primates and the Nature of Food Preferences in Man. Federation Proceedings, Anthropology and the Assessment of Nutritional Status 37:55-60. [non-human primates; human evolution; food preference and choice]

 

Turmo IG. 1997. The Pathways of Taste: The West Andalucian Case. In Food Preferences and Taste. H Macbeth, ed. pp. 115-126. Berghahn. [food choice; ecology; social relations; Europe; Spain; Seville; Cadiz; Huelva]

 

Walker H. 1993. Look and Feel. Prospect Books. [collected papers; food texture; presentation; preferences]

 

Warde A. 1997. Consumption, Food and Taste: Culinary Antinomies and Commodity Culture. Sage. [food selection; determinants of taste; social relations; Europe; United Kingdom]

 

Wheeler M, Haider SQ. 1979. Buying and Food Preparation Patterns of Ghetto Blacks and Hispanics in Brooklyn. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 75:560-563. [food selection; cookery; North America; United States; New York; Brooklyn; African Americans; Hispanic Americans]