Early associations with food in anorexia nervosa patients and obese people assessed in the affective priming paradigm.

@article{Roefs2005EarlyAW,
  title={Early associations with food in anorexia nervosa patients and obese people assessed in the affective priming paradigm.},
  author={Anne Roefs and Daphne Stapert and Luigi Isabella and Gisela Wolters and Filip Wojciechowski and Anita Jansen},
  journal={Eating behaviors},
  year={2005},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={151-63}
}
Two experiments are reported that used the affective priming paradigm (Fazio, R. H., Sanbonmatsu, D. M., Powell, M. C., & Kardess, F. R. (1986). On the automatic activation of attitudes. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 50, 229-238) to uncover associations with food at a relatively automatic level. Experiment 1 tested the hypothesis that anorexia nervosa (AN; n=22) patients would show less sensitivity to the palatability of foods than unrestrained lean controls (n=27). Results… CONTINUE READING

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