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Abstract: This is an open access article under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs License, which permits use and distribution in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited, the use is non-commercial and no modifications or adaptations are made. AbstractAnorexia Nervosa is characterized by persistent restraint eating despite severe negative consequences and often a chronic course of the disease. Recent theoretical models suggest that abnormalities in reward processing and i… Show more

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“…For example, Brooks et al (2012) found that subliminally presented food stimuli compromised cognitive performance of patients with AN compared to healthy controls in an N‐back‐task, while Boehm et al (2018) did not observe significant differences in brain activation between patients with AN and healthy controls after subliminal presentation of food stimuli. In an own study on habitual responding in AN (Vogel et al, 2020), we administered a Pavlovian‐to‐Instrumental‐Transfer‐Paradigm with low‐ and high caloric food stimuli and found that behavioral responding of women with AN was more in line with goal‐directed than stimulus driven habitual behavior. However, an affective priming paradigm might be more appropriate to investigate rapid, automatic processes and future studies in this direction might contribute to our understanding of subliminal priming effects of food‐ and body‐related stimuli in the development and maintenance of eating and weight disorders.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For example, Brooks et al (2012) found that subliminally presented food stimuli compromised cognitive performance of patients with AN compared to healthy controls in an N‐back‐task, while Boehm et al (2018) did not observe significant differences in brain activation between patients with AN and healthy controls after subliminal presentation of food stimuli. In an own study on habitual responding in AN (Vogel et al, 2020), we administered a Pavlovian‐to‐Instrumental‐Transfer‐Paradigm with low‐ and high caloric food stimuli and found that behavioral responding of women with AN was more in line with goal‐directed than stimulus driven habitual behavior. However, an affective priming paradigm might be more appropriate to investigate rapid, automatic processes and future studies in this direction might contribute to our understanding of subliminal priming effects of food‐ and body‐related stimuli in the development and maintenance of eating and weight disorders.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Intriguingly, not only high-calorie food can acquire incentive-sensitization, low-calorie food or physical activities could also do and trigger wanting , which has been suggested to be the underlying mechanism of AN [55, 56]. Vogel et al [57] tested this hypothesis in patients with AN and HCs with a sPIT paradigm that offered high- and low-calorie food outcomes. Although participants increased in their responses for both high- and low-calorie food when the corresponding stimuli were presented, this effect was not different between AN and HC groups.…”
Section: Pit Across Mental Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…disorders (Genauck et al, 2020), anorexia nervosa (Vogel et al, 2019) and obesity (Lehner et al, 2017;Meemken & Horstmann, 2019;Watson et al, 2014).…”
Section: Ack N Owled G M Entsmentioning
confidence: 99%