HomeTVTV NewsThe Great British Bake OffWhich Bake Off 2016 contestant will rise to the occasion in the final? They reveal their best and worst momentsThe heat is on as the last three bakers Candice, Andrew and Jane, battle it out, and we say goodbye to the nation’s favourite hostsByNeil Batey10:40, 26 OCT 2016Updated12:03, 26 OCT 2016Fondant Farewell: The Bake Off team (Image: BBC) Get celebs updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailIt’s the grand final. And the last time the fab four will be together in the big white tent. Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins will entertain us with soggy bottom and moist bun quips in the last series before the hit switches to Channel 4.As they fight to be crowned winner, the three remaining bakers face a royal theme, making meringues, a British classic and the toughest showstopper yet.It will be unbelievably tense for Candice Brown, 31, Andrew Smyth, 25, and Jane Beedle, 61, whose families and all the former contestants will be waiting to try their creations.As they prepared to try to impress the King and Queen of Baking, we grilled them on their best and worst moments of the series.What time is Great British Bake Off final 2016? Odds on contestantsWhat’s been your greatest triumph?Tudor week.
METHODS: College aged participants (n=40; female = 18, male = 22) were shown 20 IAPS rated images (10 seconds per image) following 25 minutes of seated rest (REST; n=10) or cycle ergometer exercise designed to elicit either 40% (LOW; n=10), 60% (MOD; n=9), or 80% (HIGH; n=11) of maximal oxygen consumption. Saliva samples were taken before and after each exercise bout for the analysis of salivary cortisol. Seven days following image viewing, participants were asked to recall as many images as possible and both correct and incorrect recalls were recorded for analysis.
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