FOOD CULTURE  and NUTRITION

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]Morning ( Birute Zygmantaite)

Antin TMJ, Hunt G. 2012. Food Choice as a Multidimensional Experience. A Qualitative Study with Young African American Women. Appetite 58(3):856-863. [food selection; preference; North America; United States]

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; 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]

Davis M. 2012. A Time and a Place for a Peach: Taste Trends in Contemporary Cooking. Senses & Society 7(2):135-152. [gastronomy; taste; aesthetics; restaurant cooking]

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]

MacClancy JM, Henry J, Macbeth H, eds. 2009. Consuming the Inedible: Neglected Dimensions of Food Choice. Berghahn Books. [eating practices; food choice; nutritional anthropolgy; food and culture]

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]

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]

Morton T. 2004. Cultures of Taste/Theories of Appetite: Eating Romanticism. Palgrave Macmillan. [taste; preferences; appetite]

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]

Shepard GM. 2011. Neurogastronomy. Columbia University Press. [flavor; preference; psychology; brain science]

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]

Tucker B. 2012. Do Risk and Time Experimental Choices Represent Individual Strategies for Coping with Poverty or Conformity to Social Norms? Evidence from Rural Southwestern Madagascar. Current Anthropology 53(2):149-180. [food choice; preference; anthropological models; social theory]

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]

see Preference and Taste Archive for items published before 2000

Updated 10/2012