Hunger, Food Behavior, & The Environment

DHN 318-730

Instructor: 
Alison Gustafson
Start Date: 
12/18/17
End Date: 
01/08/18
Semester: 
Winter 2017
Room: 
TBD
Building: 
TBD
Meeting time: 
TBD TBD - TBD
Credits: 
3.0

Course Description

This course brings together the role of the biological processes that influence hunger with the physiological responses to cues in the social and neighborhood environment that influence what we eat. The connection between what we eat and lifelong health consequences of dietary patterns can be seen at the individual, familial, and community level. Topics in this course will include hunger and satiety, taste preferences and food aversions, food policy, sustainability, the role of the food environment, and nutrition policy. Prereq: DHN 101, DHN 212, or consent of instructor.

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