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References from First Edition of ‘Voluntary Food Intake and Diet Selection’ by J M Forbes, published by CAB International, Wallingford, UK, 1995


This list is provided for the benefit of readers of the Second Edition (2007) in which fewer references are quoted. Using Word’s find facility it should be possible to identify references of interest as long as the original authors were careful to use appropriate words in the titles of their articles.

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J Mike Forbes, Leeds, July 2007

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