Subjective social status is associated with compensation for large meals – A prospective pilot study

Nadeeja Wijayatunga, Bridget Ironuma, John Dawson, Bailey Rusinovich, Candice A Myers, Michelle Cardel, Gregory Pavela, Corby K Martin, David B Allison, Emily Dhurandhar

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Original languageEnglish
JournalAppetite
StatePublished - Jul 29 2018

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    Wijayatunga, N., Ironuma, B., Dawson, J., Rusinovich, B., Myers, C. A., Cardel, M., Pavela, G., Martin, C. K., Allison, D. B., & Dhurandhar, E. (2018). Subjective social status is associated with compensation for large meals – A prospective pilot study. Appetite.