Zucker: We 'Don't Quite Understand' Many Food Behaviors

May 9, 2018

Habits formed by the brain help drive eating

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Nancy Zucker, PhD, Associate Professor in Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Researchers continue to seek understanding of eating behaviors, but many are not well-understood, says Nancy Zucker, PhD, DIBS Faculty Network Member and Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Learn more in this online article on the website howstuffworks.com.

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