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Journal of Eating Disorders: "Adult picky eaters with symptoms of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder: comparable distress and comorbidity but different eating behaviors compared to those with disordered eating symptoms."
Appetite: "Adult picky eating: Phenomenology, taste sensitivity, and psychological correlates," "A multidimensional approach to understanding the potential risk factors and covariates of adult picky eating," "The Effects of Mere Exposure on Liking for Edible Substances."
McGuire, M. and Beerman, K. Nutritional Sciences: From Fundamentals to Food, enhanced edition, Brooks Cole, 2017.
Washington Post: "How a picky eater became a foodie."
ABC News: "Picky Eaters: When Waffles and Fries Are All You Eat."
International Journal of Eating Disorders: "Picky Eating in Adults: Results of a Web-Based Survey."
New York Times: "When the Picky Eater is a Grown-Up."
National Eating Disorders Association: "Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID)."
Perspectives on Psychological Science: "Hale and Hearty Policies: How Psychological Science Can Create and Maintain Healthy Habits."
Current Opinion in Psychiatry: "Picky eating: the current state of research."
Remmer, S. Turning the Tables on Picky Eating, 2016.
American Heart Association: "Top 10 Tips for Dealing With a Picky Eater."
Ellyn Satter Institute: "The Adult Picky Eater," "You Can Learn to Enjoy Vegetables."
EatRight: "Kitchen Basics: Cooking Methods."
Carucci, L. Cooking School Secrets for Real World Cooks, 2nd edition, AuthorHouse, 2016.
Better Homes & Gardens: "How to Roast Vegetables."
Nutrients: "Early Taste Experiences and Later Food Choices."
American Occupational Therapy Association: "Specialty Certification in Feeding, Eating and Swallowing."
The Star: "Daubs: Occupational therapy for the seriously picky eater."
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