Aaron Brace

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Data collected over the last decade has begun to implicate behavioural impulsivity in overeating behaviour. However, recent work has suggested that the reinforcing value of food may be associated with impulsive choice (a sub-type of impulsivity), but to date no study has examined how the reinforcing value of food relates to other aspects of impulsivity. To(More)
There is increasing evidence that individual differences in tendency to overeat relate to impulsivity, possibly by increasing reactivity to food-related cues in the environment. This study tested whether acute exposure to food cues enhanced impulsive and risky responses in women classified on tendency to overeat, indexed by scores on the three factor eating(More)
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