Attention bias for food is independent of restraint in healthy weight individuals-an eye tracking study.

@article{Werthmann2013AttentionBF,
  title={Attention bias for food is independent of restraint in healthy weight individuals-an eye tracking study.},
  author={Jessica Werthmann and Anne Roefs and Chantal Nederkoorn and Karin Mogg and Brendan P. Bradley and Anita Jansen},
  journal={Eating behaviors},
  year={2013},
  volume={14 3},
  pages={397-400}
}
OBJECTIVE Restrained eating style and weight status are highly correlated. Though both have been associated with an attentional bias for food cues, in prior research restraint and BMI were often confounded. The aim of the present study was to determine the existence and nature of an attention bias for food cues in healthy-weight female restrained and… CONTINUE READING