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PUBLICATIONS OF THE COMMITTEE ON FOOD HABITS *f The relationship between, food habits and problems of wartime emergency feeding. May ~94~. ~ p. Mimeographed. The relative effectiveness of a lecture method and a method of group de- cision for changing food habits. By Kurt Lewin. June ~942. 9 p. Mimeographed. A group test fo'r determining the anchorage points of food habits. By Kurt Lewin. July ~g42. 21 p. Mimeographed. :Eiood in the lives of our neighbors. By Earl L. Koos. New York, N. Y., 7 The District Health Committee, Kips Bay-Yorkville Health District. August ~g42. ,47 p. Italian food patterns and their relationship to wartime problems of food and nutrition. By Genoeffa Nizzardina and Natalie :F. .Joffe. August ~94~. 22 p. Mimeographed. Qualitative study of current attitudes on food problems. By Rhoda Metraux. August ~942. ~6 p. Mimeographed. A study of the ejects of odd-shifts upon the food habits of war workers. By Gladys Engel-Frisch. August ~942. 3 p. Mimeographed summary. Changing food habits. By Mary F. Sweeny. Reprinted from J. Sloane Econ., 34: 457-462. September ~942. Rationing and morale., By Rhoda Metraux. September ~942. 6 p. Min~eo- graphed. ; Some suggestions about attitudes in defense towns toward food, housing and transportation. By Rhoda Metraux.' September ~94~. 4 p. Mimeo- graphed. Current attitudes toward the meat rationing program. By Rhoda Metraux. November ~942. ~ ~ p. Mimeographed. Popular beliefs about the relationship between specific foods and morale. By Rhoda Metraux. December 1942. II p. Mimeographed. Some Central European food patterns and their relationship to wartime programs of food and nutrition. By Natalie F. ,Joffe. January 1943. 3 p. Mimeographed. Some Central - European food patterns and their relationship to wartime problems of food and nutrition. Czech and Slovak food patterns. By Svatava Pirkova-lakobson and Natalie F. ,ioffe. February ~943. ~4 p. Mimeographed. Come Central European food patterns and their relationship to wartime pro . ~ grams of food and nutrition. Hungarian food patterns. By Natalie F. ,Joffe. :February ~943. lo p. Mimeographed. * Other available publications include reprints of articles by Margaret Mead, listed as numbers 19-21 and 23-25 under "Bibliography" on page 30 of this report. ~ Single copies of available publications may be obtained free of charge by writing to the Committee on Food Habits, National Research Council, 2101 Constitution Avenue, Washington 25, D. C. Prices for additional copies will be quoted upon request. i73
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I74 The Problem of Changing Food Habits Some Central European food patterns and their relationship to wartime problems of food and nutrition. Polish food patterns. By Sula M. Benet and Natalie F. Joffe. February ~943. ~4 p. Mimeographed. Feeding liberated countries and nutrition education. Reprinted from J. Am. Diet. Assoc., Ad: 259-273. April ~943. Also mimeographed. Group decision and request as means of changing food habits. By Ben Willer- man. April ~943. ~ p. Mimeographed. Housewives' awareness of current food problems. By Rhoda Metraux. April Ugly. 6 p. Mimeographed. The Committee on Food Habits. By Margaret Mead. Psychol. Bull., 40: 290-293. April ~943. A summary of an exploratory study in federal employee turnover with special attention to living habits. By Virginia Van Dyne Fleming. April ~943. 27 p. Mimeographed. Changes in food habits and attitudes toward the food situation in Greendale, Wisconsin. By Douglas G. Marshall. May i943. 4 p. Mimeographed. A study of some personality factors in block leaders in low income groups. June ~943. 23 p. Mimeographed. Attitudes toward increased consumption of bread. By Eva Shippee. August. i943. ~5 p. Mimeographed. Attitudes toward dividing the American food supply with our allies. By Patricia Woodward and Eva Shippee. August ~943. lo p. Mimeo- graphed. Current attitudes toward the point rationing program. By Patricia Wood- ward and Eva Shippee. August 1943. 12 P. Mimeographed. The role of milk in American culture. By Natalie F. Tofu, Marjorie Janis, Eva Shippee, and Patricia Woodward. October i943. Mimeographed. Reprinted from PROCEEDINGS OF CONFERENCES Research in the field of food habits. May ~94~. ~4 p. Mimeographed summary. Contributions from the field of market research. rune i94~. 8 p. Mimeo- gfaphed summary. Contributions from the field of child development. June ~94~. 8 p. Mimeo- graphed summary. Local food sufficiency. November ~942. 7 p. Mimeographed. Rationing and morale. November ~942. 30 p. Mimeographed. Problems of food supply, food habits, and nutrition in China. February ~943. Mimeographed. Impact of the war on local food habits. March ~943. 3g p. Mimeographed.