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Exploring perceived risk in building successful drone food delivery services Journal article
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2019,Volume: 31,Issue: 8,Page: 3249-3269
Authors:  Jinsoo Hwang;  Ja Young (Jacey) Choe
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Image  Perceived Risk  Willingness To Pay More  Desire  Drone Food Delivery Services  Intentions To Use  
Exploring effects of single-session anodal tDCS over the inferior frontal gyrus on responses to food cues and food cravings among highly disinhibited restrained eaters: A preliminary study Journal article
Neuroscience Letters, 2019,Volume: 706,Page: 211-216
Authors:  Chen,Shuaiyu;  Jackson,Todd;  Dong,Debo;  Zhang,Xuemeng;  Chen,Hong
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Food cravings  Inferior frontal gyrus  Response inhibition  Restrained eaters  Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)  
Trait-based food-cravings are encoded by regional homogeneity in the parahippocampal gyrus Journal article
Appetite, 2019,Volume: 114,Page: 155-160
Authors:  Chen,Shuaiyu;  Dong,Debo;  Jackson,Todd;  Zhuang,Qian;  Chen,Hong
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Emotional memory circuits  Food-craving trait  Parahippocampal gyrus  Regional homogeneity  Resting-state fMRI  
Trait-based food-cravings are encoded by regional homogeneity in the parahippocampal gyrus Journal article
Appetite, 2019,Volume: 114,Page: 155-160
Authors:  Chen,Shuaiyu;  Dong,Debo;  Jackson,Todd;  Zhuang,Qian;  Chen,Hong
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Emotional memory circuits  Food-craving trait  Parahippocampal gyrus  Regional homogeneity  Resting-state fMRI  
Exploring effects of single-session anodal tDCS over the inferior frontal gyrus on responses to food cues and food cravings among highly disinhibited restrained eaters: A preliminary study Journal article
Neuroscience Letters, 2019,Volume: 706,Page: 211-216
Authors:  Chen,Shuaiyu;  Jackson,Todd;  Dong,Debo;  Zhang,Xuemeng;  Chen,Hong
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Food cravings  Inferior frontal gyrus  Response inhibition  Restrained eaters  Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)  
Exploring effects of single-session anodal tDCS over the inferior frontal gyrus on responses to food cues and food cravings among highly disinhibited restrained eaters: A preliminary study Journal article
Neuroscience Letters, 2019,Volume: 706,Page: 211-216
Authors:  Chen,Shuaiyu;  Jackson,Todd;  Dong,Debo;  Zhang,Xuemeng;  Chen,Hong
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Food cravings  Inferior frontal gyrus  Response inhibition  Restrained eaters  Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)  
Data mining approach to Chinese food analysis for diet-related cardiometabolic diseases Conference paper
Proceedings - 2019 IEEE 35th International Conference on Data Engineering Workshops, ICDEW 2019
Authors:  Chang,Angela;  Hu,Jieyi;  Liu,Yichao;  Liu,Matthew Tingchi
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Chinese food  Chronic disearses  Data mining  Diet-related  Nutrition recommendation  Online news  
A review of microencapsulation methods for food antioxidants: Principles, advantages, drawbacks and applications Conference paper
Authors:  Ozkan, Gulay;  Franco, Paola;  De Marco, Iolanda;  Xiao, Jianbo;  Capanoglu, Esra
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Microencapsulation methods  Food antioxidants  Microparticle  Food applications  
A review of microencapsulation methods for food antioxidants: Principles, advantages, drawbacks and applications Journal article
Food Chemistry, 2019,Volume: 272,Page: 494-506
Authors:  Ozkan G.;  Franco P.;  De Marco I.;  Xiao J.;  Capanoglu E.
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Food antioxidants  Food applications  Microencapsulation methods  Microparticle  
Report on the 2nd International Symposium on Phytochemicals in Medicine and Food (4–7 April 2017, FuZhou, China) Conference paper
Food Chemistry
Authors:  Xiao J.;  Sarker S.D.;  Nahar L.;  Cao H.
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2-ISPMF  Food  Medicine  Phytochemicals