A: Our team spend a lot of time identifying, consolidating, and organizing scientific publications that inform different elements of Nutritional Psychology. We look for studies that are recent, informative, and critical to building conceptualization in NP.
A: No, the database provides links to original research publications and their abstracts. Full PDFs can often be found there, but the central purpose of the libraries is to provide you with quick, convenient access to a carefully curated library of Nutritional Psychology research.
A: Yes. CNP Contributors constantly scour the planet for all things important and relevant to the field of Nutritional Psychology. New studies and study summaries are added daily.
A: CNP summaries are summaries of study abstracts written by CNP staff in an effort to increase readability for CNP Learners and to increase the speed with which they can cover relevant research in the field.
A: The five research libraries CNP Members gain access to are one of a kind; they specifically bring Nutritional Psychology research publications all to one place and make them easy to search, organize, and use. CNP staff have collectively spent thousands of hours hand-identifying and selecting studies for inclusion in CNP’s Research Libraries, organizing them by category, and writing CNP Summaries for ease of understanding. This is a valuable tool for using NP-related research in papers and projects, viewing scientific trends, and utilizing collective knowledge on NP.