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Theorising transient mood after ingestion (2009)
Journal Article
Hammersley, R., & Reid, M. (2009). Theorising transient mood after ingestion. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews, 33(3), (213-222). doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2008.07.010. ISSN 0149-7634

Ingesting foods or drugs can alter rated mood. Moods have been theorised as reinforcers that cause ingestion. This assumption may be incompatible with the current two-system models of affect, where 'moods' are less intense yet more protracted than em... Read More about Theorising transient mood after ingestion.

The effects of carbohydrates on arousal (1999)
Journal Article
Reid, M., & Hammersley, R. (1999). The effects of carbohydrates on arousal. Nutrition research reviews, 12(1), 3-23

Carbohydrate ingestion may reduce arousal, although some studies have failed to find this effect. Arousal has generally been measured by mood scales. Reductions in rated arousal have sometimes been interpreted as indicating direct effects of serotoni... Read More about The effects of carbohydrates on arousal.