美食のサピエンス史

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サクサクに魅了されるのはなぜ? 食べすぎと拒食、そのとき脳は?ニホンザル「イモ」の行動と創造性の関係? 食にまつわる疑問をトリガーに,日本に縁のある著者が脳科学・進化・文化史を駆使し「食とヒト」を語る

目次

  • はじめに
    第1章 サクサク、カリカリ、パリパリ、シャキシャキ......etc.
    第2章 “超”雑食のサル─ 二足歩行・大きな脳・小さな顔
    第3章 感覚をつかさどる脳と食べ物
    第4章 食べ過ぎる人と食べない人
    第5章 食の記憶
    第6章 カテゴリー:良い食べ物、悪い食べ物、食べていいもの、食べてはいけないもの
    第7章 食べ物と創造的な旅
    第8章 心の理論と「食の理論」

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はじめに

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第1章 サクサク、カリカリ、パリパリ、シャキシャキ……etc.

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第2章 "超" 雑食のサル - 二足歩行・大きな脳・小さな顔

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第3章 感覚をつかさどる脳と食べ物

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第4章 食べ過ぎる人と食べない人

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第5章 食の記憶

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第6章 カテゴリー : 良い食べ物、悪い食べ物、食べていいもの、食べてはいけないもの

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第7章 食べ物と創造的な旅

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第8章 心の理論と「食の理論」

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