FOOD AND WINE: PERSPECTIVES FROM ABROAD

Second cycle degree in ITALIAN FOOD AND WINE

Campus: LEGNARO (PD)

Language: English

Teaching period: First Semester

Lecturer: PER MOLLER

Number of ECTS credits allocated: 6


Syllabus
Prerequisites: The course has no prerequisites.
Examination methods: There will be a final written exam that will cover all the material of the course.
Course unit contents: Multisensory food perception and food choice behaviour. Food and wine preference formation. Flavour pairing in different cultures. The importance of expectation for food and wine appreciation and the different effects of reward and satisfaction. Nudging and development of foods for different groups of people. New developments of food behaviour studies: Arousal theory and food collative properties: perceived complexity; food flops analysis; neurogastronomy; gastrophysics.
Differences between Italian and Northern European attitudes and behaviour towards food and food consumption.