High calorie versus low-calorie food viewing - main effect hunger state

Contributed by paulsmeets on Feb. 2, 2018

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

Communities: developmental nutritional

Description: During high versus low calorie food image viewing there was a significant main effect of hunger state in two clusters covering parts of the bilateral dorsomedial and medial prefrontal cortex (dmPFC, Fig. 4 in paper), and right dlPFC (Fig. 5 in paper). In both these clusters, activation during high compared to low calorie food image viewing was greater in the hungry compared to the sated state. The difference in liking between high- and low-calorie foods was added as a covariate. Analysis was confined to grey matter voxels.

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