School of Psychology

This two-part study is looking into typical snacks in different age groups and comparing snacking behaviour across the life span.

Please help by completing an online survey.  The survey takes around 20 minutes to complete.

There is also a laboratory-based task which will involve you coming to the Human Appetite Research Unit (School of Psychology).

You will be provided with a free lunch and then asked to abstain from food for three hours before returning to the lab. Once you return you will be asked to serve yourself some snack foods.

In order to take part you must be aged between 18-60 and have no relevant food allergies or eating disorder history.

Participation is entirely voluntary and all responses will be anonymous and confidential.

Please email Ifrah Shafiq before undertaking the online survey so that a participant ID can be generated. The online survey can be completed before or after the laboratory task.

  • Contact: Ifrah Shafiq, MRes Student - School of Psychology -
  • Ethical approval reference number: 16-0101
  • Closing date for participants: 15 August 2016