Hand-held dynamic visual noise reduces naturally occurring food cravings and craving-related consumption.

@article{Kemps2013HandheldDV,
  title={Hand-held dynamic visual noise reduces naturally occurring food cravings and craving-related consumption.},
  author={Eva Kemps and Marika Tiggemann},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2013},
  volume={68},
  pages={152-7}
}
This study demonstrated the applicability of the well-established laboratory task, dynamic visual noise, as a technique for reducing naturally occurring food cravings and subsequent food intake. Dynamic visual noise was delivered on a hand-held computer device. Its effects were assessed within the context of a diary study. Over a 4-week period, 48 undergraduate women recorded their food cravings and consumption. Following a 2-week baseline, half the participants watched the dynamic visual noise… CONTINUE READING
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