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Acceptance of a food of animal origin obtained through genetic modification and cloning in South America: A comparative study among university students and working adults
With the aim of comparing the acceptance of milk obtained from cloned, genetically modified (GM) and conventionally bred cows among working adults and university students, and identifying and characterizing typologies ...
Measurement invariance in the satisfaction with life scale in Chilean and Ecuadorian older adults
The Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS) has been validated in numerous countries. However, there are still few studies that evaluate its cross-cultural measurement invariance. The measurement invariance of the SWLS across ...
Cross-cultural measurement invariance in the satisfaction with food-related life scale in older adults from two developing countries
Background: Nutrition is one of the major determinants of successful aging. The Satisfaction with Food-related Life (SWFL) scale measures a person’s overall assessment regarding their food and eating habits. The SWFL scale ...