Research papers

A place for me to save pieces of research.

Early Time-Restricted Feeding Reduces Appetite and Increases Fat Oxidation But Does Not Affect Energy Expenditure in Humans

Meal‐timing interventions facilitate weight loss primarily by decreasing appetite rather than by increasing energy expenditure. eTRF (Early Time Restricted Feeding) may also increase fat loss by increasing fat oxidation. The researchers found that eTRF did lower levels of the hunger hormone ghrelin and improved some aspects of appetite. It also increased fat-burning over the 24-hour day.

Giftedness and Genius: Crucial Differences, Arthur R. Jensen, 1996608.7KB
Why is India Poor?1837.6KB
VetCompass Longevity and Mortality of Cats in England.pdf1038.1KB
The effects of background music on word processed writing.pdf100.7KB
Feist - 1998 - A Meta-Analysis of Personality in Scientific and Artistic Creativity.pdf3578.3KB
Eternity and Immortality in Spinoza’s Ethics

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