Violation of eating expectancies does not reduce conditioned desires for chocolate

@article{Akker2016ViolationOE,
  title={Violation of eating expectancies does not reduce conditioned desires for chocolate},
  author={K. V. D. Akker and M. V. D. Broek and R. Havermans and A. Jansen},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2016},
  volume={100},
  pages={10-17}
}
Although eating desires can be easily learned, their extinction appears more difficult. The present two-session study aimed to investigate the role of eating expectancies in the short and longer-term extinction of eating desires. In addition, the relationship between eating desires and conditioned evaluations was examined to test whether they might share a similar mechanism. It was hypothesized that the short-term extinction of eating desires would be more successful after the disconfirmation… Expand
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