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From: Obese adults have visual attention bias for food cue images: evidence for altered reward system function

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Study overview. After initial screening, obese and normal-weight groups were randomly assigned to complete either the fasted or fed condition first; these were a minimum of 1 week apart. Before each study day, subjects fasted for 8 h. In the fed condition, subjects consumed a standardized meal (Ensure-Plus) before the experimental task. The Hunger Scales were completed before the experimental task on both study days.