Verbal labels selectively bias brain responses to high-energy foods

@article{Toepel2014VerbalLS,
  title={Verbal labels selectively bias brain responses to high-energy foods},
  author={Ulrike Toepel and Kathrin Ohla and Julie Hudry and Johannes le Coutre and Micah M. Murray},
  journal={NeuroImage},
  year={2014},
  volume={87},
  pages={154-163}
}
The influence of external factors on food preferences and choices is poorly understood. Knowing which and how food-external cues impact the sensory processing and cognitive valuation of food would provide a strong benefit toward a more integrative understanding of food intake behavior and potential means of interfering with deviant eating patterns to avoid detrimental health consequences for individuals in the long run. We investigated whether written labels with positive and negative (as… CONTINUE READING

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