Cephalic phase responses, craving and food intake in normal subjects

@article{Nederkoorn2000CephalicPR,
  title={Cephalic phase responses, craving and food intake in normal subjects},
  author={Chantal Nederkoorn and Fren T Y Smulders and Anita T M Jansen},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2000},
  volume={35},
  pages={45-55}
}
Cephalic phase responses (CPRs) are elicited during exposure to food cues. They gear up the body to optimize digestion or they compensate for unwanted changes during a meal. The cue reactivity model of binge eating predicts that CPRs are experienced as craving for food, thereby increasing food intake and playing a role in abnormal eating behaviour. The present experiment was designed to measure CPRs in normal women and to examine its relationship with craving, food intake and restraint. Results… Expand
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