Comments on methodological and reporting quality in laboratory studies of human eating behaviour
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SourceAppetite, 130, (2018), pp. 344-345
Article / Letter to editor
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SubjectAll institutes and research themes of the Radboud University Medical Center; Communication and Media; Radboudumc 18: Healthcare improvement science RIHS: Radboud Institute for Health Sciences
In a recent research report (Robinson, Bevelander, Field, & Jones, 2018) we examined the methodological and reporting quality of laboratory-based studies of human eating behaviour. Overall, we found that both the methodological and reporting quality of studies was sub-optimal. Based on our findings, we also made recommendations about how to address these issues including the likely need for design and reporting guidelines for laboratory studies of eating behaviour. Hetherington and Rolls (2018), Buckland and Dalton (2018), Stubbs and Finlayson (2018), Best, Barsalou, and Papies (2018) and Meule (2018) expanded on our recommendations and added some of their own in response to our paper.
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