Hey, I felt this chapter was really informative and I liked how you went into detail with both the psychological and the biological aspects of overeating.
I think that mentioning that overeating is an eating disorder itself (binge-eating disorder) could provide more depth into the psychological side of things.
This then could lead to the nature vs nurture when it comes to eating disorders etc.
(genetic factor, environment that enables/ encourages it).
Other than that, I cannot really fault you. Good job. - u3165502
Hi, interesting chapter :) I have a few suggestions, I think adding a little more to your overview to tell the reader what the chapter will talk about would be helpful to provide a clear picture of what the chapter is about and what it will cover. I also noticed your missing quite a few in-text references throughout your chapter (i know this is a draft, so you may be planning to add them in later?). Other than that, good start :) I also found an article that might be helpful for you, it talks about why people overeat (biological/environmental/decision making) as well as how food companies (and food in general) affects overeating. It's called: Understanding overeating and obesity by Christopher J. Ruhm. DOI:10.1016/j.jhealeco.2012.07.004. Hopefully this is helpful, good luck --U3117274 (discuss • contribs) 14:24, 21 October 2016 (UTC)
Avoid sections with only one sub-section. A section should have no sub-sections or at least two sub-sections.
The section summaries are excellent.
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