Differences in neural activation to depictions of physical exercise and sedentary activity: an fMRI study of overweight and lean Chinese women

@article{Jackson2014DifferencesIN,
  title={Differences in neural activation to depictions of physical exercise and sedentary activity: an fMRI study of overweight and lean Chinese women},
  author={Todd Jackson and Xiao Gao and H-j Chen},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={1180-1185}
}
Objective:Neuroimaging studies have documented differences in neural responses to food cues in obese versus lean samples but little is known about weight status differences in responsiveness to other key features of obesogenic environments, particularly cues reflecting physical activity. To address this gap, patterns of activation related to visual depictions of sedentary activities and vigorous physical exercise were assessed in overweight (O-W) and average weight (A-W) samples via functional… CONTINUE READING
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