A pilot study : inhibition in eating behavior of children through eating in the absence of hunger paradigm and electroencephalography
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Objective. Eating behaviors contribute to the issue of obesity. The purpose of this research is to determine if there is an association between neural inhibition and behavioral inhibition relating to eating in children (age 4-6 years). Method. Neural inhibition was measured via EEG recordings during go/no-go task using visual food cues. Behavioral inhibition was measured via the amount consumed in free access phase of Eating in the Absence of Hunger (EAH) protocol. Other outcome measures included: Child Feeding Questionnaire (CFQ), a survey developed based on the Picky Eating in Toddlers and ...