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    Title: Serving size and gender effects on product (Lemonade) acceptance and just-right attribute ratings.
    Authors: Zehra AYHAN;Chen-Ta LI;Matrid K. NDIFE, Q. Howard ZHANG
    Contributors: 輔英科技大學 保健營養系
    Keywords: product attributes;product acceptability;serving size and gender
    Date: 2001-10-01
    Issue Date: 2010-09-26 14:12:20 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The serving size and gender effects on product acceptance and ideal attribute (lemonade flavor, sourness and sweetness)
    ratings of lemonade were investigated using a 15-point hedonic scale and a 5-point just-right scale, respectively. Females (67) and
    males (68) consumed a 4 oz (118 ml) sample ad libitum, or a full 8 oz (236 ml) serving. Ad libitum male consumption was not
    different (p>0.05) from female consumption. A low correlation (R2=0.011) was observed between the amount of lemonade
    consumed and product acceptability or just-right attribute ratings. Neither serving size nor gender had an effect on the overall
    acceptability (p>0.05). However, the interaction of gender and serving size affected the overall acceptability (p£0.05) and sweetness
    (p£0.10). Male acceptability scores were lower (p£0.05) than female scores under ad libitum conditions. Male acceptability scores
    increased (p£0.05) with increased sample size. There was no significant difference observed for lemonade flavor, sourness or
    sweetness just-right ideal scores as the sample size increased (p>0.05). A higher proportion of males rated the sweetness just-aboutright
    as compared to females (p£0.05). This study showed that consumption of a standard serving size did not result in sensory
    specific satiety, but several interesting gender effects were found.
    Relation: Turkish Journal of Agriculture and Forestry(25),157-162
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