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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Cognition of Healthy Eating "Oh he/she just grabbed a soda, that looks delicious!" When having a sweet craving you choose cookies,candy, or ice cream. Dishabituation VS Habituation Decision Making "Oh he/she just grabbed a water instead of a soda. Smart decison!" Positive Vs. Negative Neuroscience and Direct Preception - Mirror neurons are active both when a person acts and when he/she observes that same act performed some one else. A change in a familiar stimulusprompts us to start noticing the stimulus again Becoming accustomed to a stimulus so that we gradulally pay less and less attention to it. Choosing other foods that are sweet but healthy as well. Suchas fruits and juices to target sweet cravings. VS Considering the options one by one, then selecting anoption as soon as we find on that is satisfactory or just good enoughto meet our minimum level of acceptability. Elimination by aspects VS Satisficing We eliminate alternatives by focusing on aspects of each alternative, one at a time. Selecting a food thatis high in protein but also high in fat -Focus on aspect(cost of eating healthy versuseating unhealthy)-Form a minimumcriterion for that aspect(finding food<13 grams of protein)- Use processof eliminationof optionsuntil decisionis made(elminate all food with > 13grams of protien) Conditional Reasoning The reasoner must draw a conclusion based on an if-then proposition If I eat this salad,Then I caneat a bowl of ice cream. If I eat this fruit and salad, Then I willlose weight VS
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