Get to know the early stage researchers – interview with Abigail (ESR10)
In this video you will meet Abigail Pickard whi comes from the North of England, but is now on her way to a PhD through her ESR position at Institut Paul Bocuse in Lyon, France.
In her project she will work on food rejection in preschoolers : where they come from and how they can be mitigated. In particular she will study food categorization in young children and the link with neophobia and food pickiness.
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