The influence of trait and induced state impulsivity on food intake in normal-weight healthy women.

@article{Guerrieri2007TheIO,
  title={The influence of trait and induced state impulsivity on food intake in normal-weight healthy women.},
  author={Ramona Guerrieri and Chantal Nederkoorn and Kasia Stankiewicz and H. L. Alberts and Nicole Geschwind and Carolien Martijn and Anita Jansen},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2007},
  volume={49 1},
  pages={66-73}
}
Previous research has linked overeating and overweight/obesity to impulsivity. To find out whether impulsivity causes overeating and hence overweight and obesity, we attempted to prime the concept of impulsivity in healthy participants. In a within-subjects design one sample participated in two conditions. In both conditions participants did a priming task that either hinted subtly at the concept of impulsivity or that was neutral in content. Each time the priming task was followed by a bogus… CONTINUE READING

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