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ERP and oscillatory differences in overweight/obese and normal-weight adolescents in response to food stimuli

Biehl, Stefanie C. ; Keil, Julian ; Naumann, Eva ; Svaldi, Jennifer



Abstract

Background Findings are mixed regarding the association of electroencephalographic (EEG) attentional bias measures and body weight, with few studies measuring food craving or intake and no study reporting oscillatory measures. Methods EEG data were collected while 28 satiated adolescents (14 overweight/obese) viewed pictures of neutral, low-calorie food, and high-calorie food stimuli and rated ...

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