Back in the day when I was convinced that a bagel or cereal or pancakes were an acceptable breakfast, I would basically pass out by midmoring. Even if I had something that was half protein and half carbs, I'd be ravenous by 10 or 11 AM. I actually asked my doctor about it once and she said it was a good thing because it meant my metabolism was "woken up" (oh, my useless doctors, I could go on for days) So I stopped eating breakfast.
When I don't eat breakfast, I generally do not get classicly hungry. If I eat lunch or something even though I don't really want it, I'm fine. But if I go too long without eating, I will start to get that "I really should eat" feeling, and then I find myself eating a meal and feel gross. For some reason my GI system does not like IF.
OTOH, if I eat a lot of fat and protein in the morning, I feel great and don't get hungry until mid/late afternoon. So now I pile on the protein and fat for breakfast and most days I don't eat again until dinner, or just eat a snack like a can of sardines mid-afternoon.
So I guess I disagree with his statement that "post-breakfast hunger is independent of food choice". Maybe it's different for men thant women, but it's certainly not true for me.