Stopping at the sight of food - How gender and obesity impact on response inhibition.

Abstract

Recent research indicates that reduced inhibitory control is associated with higher body mass index (BMI), higher food craving and increased food intake. However, experimental evidence for the relationship between response inhibition and weight status is inconsistent and to date has been investigated predominantly in women. In the current study, 56… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.appet.2016.08.121

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@article{Mhlberg2016StoppingAT, title={Stopping at the sight of food - How gender and obesity impact on response inhibition.}, author={Christoph M{\"{u}hlberg and David Mathar and Arno Villringer and Annette Horstmann and Jane Neumann}, journal={Appetite}, year={2016}, volume={107}, pages={663-676} }