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How much does the Addiction-Like Eating Behavior Scale add to the debate regarding food versus eating addictions?

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The authors declare no conflict of interest. Dr Potenza has: consulted for and advised Rivermend Health, Opiant/Lakelight Therapeutics and Jazz Pharmaceuticals; received research support (to Yale) from the Mohegan Sun Casino and the National Center for Responsible Gaming; and consulted for legal and gambling entities on issues related to impulse-control disorders and addictions.

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Schulte, E., Potenza, M. & Gearhardt, A. How much does the Addiction-Like Eating Behavior Scale add to the debate regarding food versus eating addictions?. Int J Obes 42, 946 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/ijo.2017.265

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