Aubrey Love

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BACKGROUND Alterations in the hedonic component of ingestive behaviors have been implicated as a possible risk factor in the pathophysiology of overweight and obese individuals. Neuroimaging evidence from individuals with increasing body mass index suggests structural, functional, and neurochemical alterations in the extended reward network and associated(More)
Teller acuity card testing, which is a form of the preferential-looking procedure, is a popular way of assessing visual acuity in preverbal patients. The authors suspected that the clinical judgment of a pediatric ophthalmologist is superior to the Teller acuity cards in diagnosing amblyopia when strabismus is present. Acuity card and fixation preference(More)
Traditional methods of visual assessment in preverbal pediatric patients rely on refined but subjective measurement techniques. A standard ophthalmologic examination includes evaluation of a child's fixation patterns, with performance ranked on the basis of ability to fix and follow an object (F & F) or maintain central, steady fixation (CSM). In the hands(More)
Resilience is the ability to adequately adapt and respond to homeostatic perturbations. Although resilience has been associated with positive health outcomes, the neuro-biological basis of resilience is poorly understood. The aim of the study was to identify associations between regional brain morphology and trait resilience with a focus on(More)
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to characterize obesity-related sex differences in the intrinsic activity and connectivity of the brain's reward networks. METHODS Eighty-six women (n = 43) and men (n = 43) completed a 10-minute resting functional magnetic resonance imaging scan. Sex differences and commonalities in BMI-related frequency power distribution and(More)
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