Food vs Non-food viewing - Main effect age group (n.s.)

Contributed by paulsmeets on Jan. 31, 2018

Collection: Effects of hunger state on the brain responses to food cues across the life span

Communities: developmental nutritional

Description: The sample included in the analyses consisted of n = 122 participants (17 children, 38 teens, 36 adults, 31 elderly). There was no significant main effect of age group on food versus non-food image viewing related-brain activation, averaged over a hungry and a satiated state. However, a cluster on the borders of the vermis, precuneus and lingual gyrus showed a trend for a main effect of age (MNI peak coordinate: 4, −48, 8; F = 9.18; Z = 4.14; k = 28). Analysis was confined to grey matter voxels.

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