Delay discounting moderates the effect of food reinforcement on energy intake among non-obese women.

@article{Rollins2010DelayDM,
  title={Delay discounting moderates the effect of food reinforcement on energy intake among non-obese women.},
  author={Brandi Y. Rollins and Kelly K Dearing and Leonard H Epstein},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2010},
  volume={55 3},
  pages={420-5}
}
Recent theoretical approaches to food intake hypothesize that eating represents a balance between reward-driven motivation to eat versus inhibitory executive function processes, however this hypothesis remains to be tested. The objective of the current study was to test the hypothesis that the motivation to eat, operationalized by the relative reinforcing value (RRV) of food, and inhibitory processes, assessed by delay discounting (DD), interact to influence energy intake in an ad libitum… CONTINUE READING

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