Influencing Food Choices by Training: Evidence for Modulation of Frontoparietal Control Signals

@article{Schonberg2014InfluencingFC,
  title={Influencing Food Choices by Training: Evidence for Modulation of Frontoparietal Control Signals},
  author={Tom Schonberg and Akram Bakkour and Ashleigh M. Hover and Jeanette A. Mumford and Russell A. Poldrack},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={247-268}
}
To overcome unhealthy behaviors, one must be able to make better choices. Changing food preferences is an important strategy in addressing the obesity epidemic and its accompanying public health risks. However, little is known about how food preferences can be effectively affected and what neural systems support such changes. In this study, we investigated a novel extensive training paradigm where participants chose from specific pairs of palatable junk food items and were rewarded for choosing… CONTINUE READING
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