Neural Systems Underlying the Reappraisal of Personally Craved Foods

@article{Giuliani2014NeuralSU,
  title={Neural Systems Underlying the Reappraisal of Personally Craved Foods},
  author={Nicole R. Giuliani and Traci Mann and A. Janet Tomiyama and Elliot T. Berkman},
  journal={Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={26},
  pages={1390-1402}
}
Craving of unhealthy food is a common target of self-regulation, but the neural systems underlying this process are understudied. In this study, participants used cognitive reappraisal to regulate their desire to consume idiosyncratically craved or not craved energy-dense foods, and neural activity during regulation was compared with each other and with the activity during passive viewing of energy-dense foods. Regulation of both food types elicited activation in classic top–down self… CONTINUE READING
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