Hunger, inhibitory control and distress-induced emotional eating.

  title={Hunger, inhibitory control and distress-induced emotional eating.},
  author={Tatjana van Strien and Machteld A. Ouwens and Carmen Engel and Carolina de Weerth},
Self-reported emotional eating has been found to significantly moderate distress-induced food intake, with low emotional eaters eating less after a stress task than after a control task and high emotional eaters eating more. The aim of the present study was to explore possible underlying mechanisms by assessing possible associations with (1) ability to experience the typical post-stress reduction of hunger and (2) inhibitory control. We studied these effects in 54 female students who were… CONTINUE READING
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