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Food-pics: an image database for experimental research on eating and appetite
TLDR
The food-pics image database, a picture database comprising 568 food images and 315 non-food images along with detailed meta-data, is developed with the hope that the set will facilitate standardization and comparability across studies and advance experimental research on the determinants of eating behavior.
A short version of the Food Cravings Questionnaire—Trait: the FCQ-T-reduced
TLDR
The FCQ-T-r constitutes a succinct, valid and reliable self-report measure to efficiently assess experiences of food craving as a trait, and predicted cue-elicited food craving, providing further support of its validity.
Impulsivity and overeating: a closer look at the subscales of the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale
  • A. Meule
  • Psychology
    Front. Psychol.
  • 10 April 2013
TLDR
Both self-report and behavioral measures indicate that high impulsivity is a risk factor for a range of maladaptive behaviors, including over- or binge eating.
Food addiction in overweight and obese adolescents seeking weight-loss treatment.
TLDR
Findings replicate findings from studies in obese adults such that food addiction is not related to age, gender, body mass or eating restraint, but to higher eating pathology, more symptoms of depression and higher impulsivity.
Food Addiction in the Light of DSM-5
TLDR
If and how the new SUD criteria for substance dependence may be translated to overeating will impact future research on food addiction, and if “diagnosing” food addiction should also be adapted by considering all of the new symptoms.
Time course of electrocortical food-cue responses during cognitive regulation of craving
TLDR
Results reveal that regulation effects are secondary to an early attentional analysis of food type and dynamically evolve over time, and adopting a long-term perspective on eating might promote a healthier food choice across a range of food types.
Subjective Sleep Quality Exclusively Mediates the Relationship Between Morningness-Eveningness Preference and Self-Perceived Stress Response
TLDR
Subjective sleep quality fully mediated the relationship between morningness-eveningness preference and stress response and poor sleep quality may, therefore, contribute to the elevated health risk in evening types.
Food addiction and body-mass-index: a non-linear relationship.
  • A. Meule
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Medical hypotheses
  • 1 October 2012
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