Effects of negative mood state on event-related potentials of restrained eating subgroups during an inhibitory control task

@article{Liu2020EffectsON,
  title={Effects of negative mood state on event-related potentials of restrained eating subgroups during an inhibitory control task},
  author={Y. Liu and Lulu Zhang and T. Jackson and Hong Chen},
  journal={Behavioural Brain Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={377}
}
Negative mood states are hypothesized to increase the risk for overeating among restrained eaters. However, neurophysiological features of inhibitory control during negative mood states among restrained eaters are poorly understood. To address this gap, we aimed to assess event related potentials (ERPs) associated with food-specific inhibitory control among successful restrained eaters (SREs, n = 17), unsuccessful restrained eaters (UREs, n = 18), and non-restrained eaters (NREs, n = 18… Expand
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