Food cue reactivity in food addiction: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study.

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Summary of "Food cue reactivity in food addiction: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study."

While neuroimaging studies have revealed that reward dysfunction may similarly contribute to obesity and addiction, no prior studies have examined neural responses in individuals who meet the "clinical" food addiction phenotype.


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Name: Physiology & behavior
ISSN: 1873-507X
Pages: 112574


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