DATABASE SEARCH TECHNIQUE : DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS : PSYCHOLOGY: DISORDERS: ADDICTION : MEDICAL: CONDITIONS: OBESITY : FOOD DRINK NUTRITION DIET FOOD CANDY AND SNACK FOODS: Chocolate Addition and Obesity: Search Results FROM Selected Databases

David P. Dillard
 




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DATABASE SEARCH TECHNIQUE :

 

DATABASE SEARCH RESULTS :

 

PSYCHOLOGY: DISORDERS: ADDICTION :

 

MEDICAL: CONDITIONS: OBESITY :

 

FOOD DRINK NUTRITION DIET FOOD CANDY AND SNACK FOODS:

 

Chocolate Addition and Obesity: Search Results

 

FROM Selected Databases

 

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WEBBIB1516

 

http://tinyurl.com/q8tavoy

 

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Chocolate Addition and Obesity: Search Results

 

FROM Selected Databases

 

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Google Scholar

 

http://tinyurl.com/gsnpz8f

 

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Google Books

 

http://tinyurl.com/j6nyelh

 

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Temple Summon Search

 

http://tinyurl.com/j9tx9le

 

 

SOURCE TYPE

 

Audio Recording (8)

Book / eBook (23,799)

Book Chapter (143)

Book Review (84)

Conference Proceeding (9)

Dissertation (207)

Government Document (14)

Journal Article (1,052)

Magazine Article (239)

Newsletter (30)

Newspaper (1)

Newspaper Article (2,839)

Pamphlet (2)

Paper (1)

Patent (5)

Publication (1)

Reference (125)

Report (1)

Trade Publication Article (35)

Transcript (38)

Video Recording (1)

Web Resource (12)

 

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PUBMED (13 Results Found)

 

http://tinyurl.com/gt2bf2q

 

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Google Domain Limited Web Search (PUBMED) 119,000 results

 

http://tinyurl.com/juxqkrb

 

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Observation:

 

There is a great deal of belief that Google and
Google Scholar are inferior to PubMed
for search result quality and I am certain there 
are searches in which PubMed may have
more on target results or a greater number of
results.  In this search PubMed only found
13 sources, but Google, not Google Scholar,
with the SITE: PUBMED restriction or limit
claims to have found over 119,000 sources. 

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Google will never show more than 1,000 items
in a search result in their database and often
less than that.  Nevertheless, the first 20 items
in the  Google search result are on target
discussions, here are some of the titles.

 

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Evidence for sugar addiction: Behavioral and

neurochemical effects of intermittent, excessive sugar intake

 

Food Addiction in the Light of DSM-5

 

Mood, food, and obesity

 

Back by Popular Demand:

A Narrative Review on the History of Food Addiction Research

 

Sugar and Fat Bingeing Have Notable Differences

in Addictive-like Behavior

 

A new insight into food addiction in childhood obesity

 

Reward Mechanisms in Obesity:

New Insights and Future Directions

 

Addiction to Highly Pleasurable Food

as a Cause of the Childhood Obesity Epidemic:

A Qualitative Internet Study

 

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These are titles that seem worth pursuing on this topic. 
Now there is a camp out there that is vocal about finding
fewer on target sources is better than the flood of content
Google floods the user with.  Well, on the other hand, having
a more substantial grouping of choices may provide the searcher
with an even better selected group of sources than the few in
this case that PUBMED happened to have.  Furthermore, PUBMED
does not indicate sources citing any of the 13 publications found.

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In the first twenty hits on Google, notation was made in each of
the number of sources cited and this led in twenty sources to a
sum of 2,280 citing sources with three of the twenty sources in the
Google search result abstaining from being cited.  Hence a qualified
search in Google leads a researched to 2,300 sources in the first
twenty hits while PUBMED found only 13 sources total.  One could
continue looking at a great deal more content in the actual Google
search results as well. 

 

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Here are the links to results in a couple from a couple of other 
databases for this search

 

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Google Domain Limited Web Search (SCIENCEDIRECT) (13,000 results)

 

http://tinyurl.com/jk62v8f

 

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20 results for

 

("chocolate addiction" OR addiction to chocolate") AND obesity

 

by quality courtesy of the TRIP Database

 

http://tinyurl.com/zqvxuj9

 

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WEBBIB1516

 

http://tinyurl.com/q8tavoy

 

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Sincerely,

David Dillard

Temple University

(215) 204 - 4584

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