Food Cue Reactivity, Obesity, and Impulsivity: Are They Associated?

@inproceedings{Akker2014FoodCR,
  title={Food Cue Reactivity, Obesity, and Impulsivity: Are They Associated?},
  author={Karolien van den Akker and Karen R. Stewart and Evangelia E. Antoniou and Allison A. Palmberg and Anita Jansen},
  year={2014}
}
Heightened reactivity to food-associated cues and impulsive responding to these cues may be important contributors to the obesity epidemic. This article reviews the evidence for a role of food cue reactivity and impulsivity in food intake, body mass index, and weight-loss success. Inconsistencies in defining and measuring these constructs create difficulties in interpreting findings; however, evidence does support their role in obesity. The relationship between food cue reactivity and… CONTINUE READING
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