When hunger finds no fault with moldy corn: food deprivation reduces food-related disgust.

@article{Hoefling2009WhenHF,
  title={When hunger finds no fault with moldy corn: food deprivation reduces food-related disgust.},
  author={Atilla Hoefling and Katja U. Likowski and Roland Deutsch and Michael H{\"a}fner and Beate Seibt and Andreas M{\"u}hlberger and Peter Weyers and Fritz Strack},
  journal={Emotion},
  year={2009},
  volume={9 1},
  pages={50-8}
}
The main purpose of this study was to examine if disgust toward unpalatable foods would be reduced among food-deprived subjects and if this attenuation would occur automatically even under moderate levels of food deprivation. Subjects were either satiated or food deprived for 15 hours and electromyographic activity was recorded at the levator muscle region while they were watching pictures of palatable versus unpalatable foods, and pictures of positive versus disgust-related control pictures… CONTINUE READING
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