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Deliverable D4 - Identified core concepts in food habit formation and summary of existing and gap of tools to assess food habits/preferences development in humans.
Deliverable D5 - Review article. The summary of existing and gap of tools to assess food habits/preferences development in humans will be presented in a review article.
Deliverable D6 - Stakeholder workshop.
Deliverable D7 - Overview on the short-term relative impact of key learning mechanisms and individual reactions.
Deliverable D9 - The influence of the self-regulation teaching programme on food habits.
Deliverable D10 - Effective combinations of sensory properties in changing food habits by mere exposure.
Deliverable D11 - Guidelines for relearning through social learning.
Deliverable D12 - The impact of early exposure to a variety of fruit and vegetables on their further acceptance.
Deliverable D13 - To assess the impact of parental styles and individual differences on acquisition of food habits.
Deliverable D14 - New or adapted tools to assess parental feeding practices and food habits/preferences, at different periods in large scale studies.
Deliverable D15 - Model for identifying key behavioural mechanisms in food habit formation.
Deliverable D16 - Analysis of the critical periods and critical factors in the development of food habits and preferences from birth to five years old and recommendation for future research.
Deliverable D17 - Comparison of the efficacy of the used habit breaking techniques.
Deliverable D18 - The impact of individual factors and parental feeding styles on the strategies for relearning and breaking of food habits.
Deliverable D19, D20 - Evidence-based recommendations for the formation of healthy eating habits in children from infancy to 5 years-old.
Delivrable D22 - HabEat symposium.
Deliverable D23 - Likely impact of identified food habits on growth and development of obesity