Effects of food-related stimuli on visual spatial attention in fasting and nonfasting normal subjects: Behavior and electrophysiology.


OBJECTIVE Attention biases toward food-related stimuli were examined as mediators of normal, healthy motivated behavior. METHODS Reaction times (RTs) and event-related potentials (ERPs) were used to assess the impact of food-related words on normal food-deprived individuals when used as spatial cues that frequently predicted the location of targets in a… (More)


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