A Guide to the Psychology of Eating by Leighann R. Chaffee and Stephanie P. da Silva, part 2

Leighann Chaffee is Associate Teaching Professor of Psychology at the University of Washington, Tacoma, and Stephanie P. da Silva is a psychology professor at Columbus State University, USA. Together, they are the co-authors of The Guide to the Psychology of Eating.


In part two of our episode, we delve into the relationship between public policy and societal thinking about food as well as how our perception of food habits or diets is tied up in race, class, gender, age. Then we chat with the authors about fatphobia, how can we decrease the prevalence of disordered eating, and what the future of social perceptions of food might look like. Take a listen. 


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