Sleep duration differentially affects brain activation in response to food images in adolescents with overweight/obesity compared to adolescents with normal weight

@article{Jensen2019SleepDD,
  title={Sleep duration differentially affects brain activation in response to food images in adolescents with overweight/obesity compared to adolescents with normal weight},
  author={C. D. Jensen and K. M. Duraccio and K. Barnett and Kaylie A. Carbine and Kimberly S Stevens and Nathan M. Muncy and C. Kirwan},
  journal={SLEEP},
  year={2019},
  volume={42},
  pages={&NA;}
}
STUDY OBJECTIVES Sleep is an important behavior that affects appetite and eating in adolescents. Our study examined food-related neural activation in brain regions associated with food reward and inhibition in adolescents under sleep-restricted and well-rested conditions. METHODS In this within-subjects study, 52 adolescents (ages 12-18; 46% female; M age = 15.96 years, SD = 1.56) with normal weight (NW; N = 29, M body mass index % [BMI%] = 54.55, SD = 24.54) or overweight/obesity (OV/OB; N… Expand
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