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New research: A qualitative model for breakfast behaviors

Working with Lynn Donkin and John Blackledge from Blackpool Council, Louise Harvey-Golding and Prof Greta Defeyter have published new research presenting a qualitative model for breakfast behaviors.

The new paper has been published in Frontiers in Public Health, which is an open access journal so it can be accessed by everyone.  Click here to access the paper

The paper forms part of a research topic on The impact of school food consumption on children’s cognition, educational attainment and social development

8th Jun 2015

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