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What you see is what you eat: An ALE meta-analysis of the neural correlates of food viewing in children and adolescents

Meer, Floor van; van der Laan, Laura N.; Adan, Roger A. H.; Viergever, Max A.; Smeets, Paul A. M.;
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  • Published: 21 Sep 2018
Food cues are omnipresent and may enhance overconsumption. In the last two decades the prevalence of childhood obesity has increased dramatically all over the world, largely due to overconsumption. Understanding childrens neural responses to food may help to develop better interventions for preventing or reducing overconsumption. We aimed to determine which brain regions are concurrently activated in children/adolescents in response to viewing food pictures, and how these relate to adult findings. Two activation likelihood estimation (ALE) meta-analyses were performed: one with studies in normal weight children/adolescents (aged 8–18, 8 studies, 137 foci) an...
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