Published on in Vol 11, No 4 (2022): April

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/37279, first published .
Investigating New Sensory Methods Related to Taste Sensitivity, Preferences, and Diet of Mother-Infant Pairs and Their Relationship With Body Composition and Biomarkers: Protocol for an Explorative Study

Investigating New Sensory Methods Related to Taste Sensitivity, Preferences, and Diet of Mother-Infant Pairs and Their Relationship With Body Composition and Biomarkers: Protocol for an Explorative Study

Investigating New Sensory Methods Related to Taste Sensitivity, Preferences, and Diet of Mother-Infant Pairs and Their Relationship With Body Composition and Biomarkers: Protocol for an Explorative Study

Bianca Fuchs-Neuhold 1, 2, BSc, MSc;  Wolfgang Staubmann 2, BSc, MSc;  Marie Peterseil 2, Mag;  Anna Rath 3, BSc, Mag;  Natascha Schweighofer 4, 5, PhD;  Anika Kronberger 6, DI;  Monika Riederer 4, PhD;  Moenie van der Kleyn 3, MPH;  Jochen Martin 6, DI;  Marlies Hörmann-Wallner 2, PhD;  Irmgard Waldner 3, BSc, Mag;  Manuela Konrad 2, PhD;  Anna Lena Aufschnaiter 2, BSc, MSc;  Barbara Siegmund 7, DI, Prof Dr;  Andrea Berghold 8, DI, Prof Dr;  Sandra Holasek 1*, PD, Prof Dr;  Elisabeth Pail 2*, MBA, MSc

1 Otto Loewi Research Center, Medical University of Graz , Graz , AT

2 Health Perception Lab, Institute of Dietetics and Nutrition, FH JOANNEUM GmbH - University of Applied Sciences, Graz , AT

3 Institute of Midwifery, FH JOANNEUM GmbH - University of Applied Sciences , Graz , AT

4 Institute of Biomedical Science, FH JOANNEUM GmbH - University of Applied Sciences , Graz , AT

5 Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Endocrinology and Diabetology, Medical University of Graz, Graz , AT

6 Institute of Design and Communication, FH JOANNEUM GmbH - University of Applied Sciences , Graz , AT

7 Institute of Analytical Chemistry and Food Chemistry, Graz University of Technology , Graz , AT

8 Institute for Medical Informatics, Statistics and Documentation, Medical University of Graz , Graz , AT

*these authors contributed equally

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