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   2011, Vol. 19 Issue (9) : 1355-1362     DOI:
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The Cognitive Bias in Food Cues for Restricted Eaters: Evidences from Behavioral and Neuropsychological Studies
KONG Fan-Chang;ZHANG Yan;CHEN Hong;Shi Ming-Li;TODD Jackson;GAO Xiao
(1 School of Psychology, Key Laboratory of Cognition and Personality (Ministry of Education), Southwest University, Chongqing 400715, China)
(2 Educational Science Department, Mianyang Normal University, Mianyang 621000, China)
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Abstract  Restricted eating refers to consistent, cognitively-mediated efforts to restrict eating for the purpose of weight control. Considerable study has indicated that restricted eaters have cognitive biases in processing food cues, particularly high-energy or palatable food cues, relative to unrestricted eaters. Such biases are associated with specific patterns of electrophysiological activation in regions including the medial prefrontal cortex and cerebellum. Future experimental studies on restricted eating should employ strict selection criteria and employ varied methodological strategies including the odd-one-out and study-test paradigms to elucidate neural bases related to processing food cues and fully identify associated cognitive mechanisms and psychosocial influences in samples of Chinese restricted eaters.
Keywords restricted eating      food cues      cognitive bias      neural mechanism     
Corresponding Authors: CHEN Hong   
Issue Date: 15 September 2011
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KONG Fan-Chang,ZHANG Yan,CHEN Hong, et al. The Cognitive Bias in Food Cues for Restricted Eaters: Evidences from Behavioral and Neuropsychological Studies[J]. , 2011, 19(9): 1355-1362.
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