Can attentional re-training reduce food cravings and consumption?
The Flinders University of South Australia
Australian Research Council
Kemps, A/Prof Eva B; Tiggemann, Prof Marika
This project aims to determine the impact of a procedure involving the re-training of attention to food cues on food cravings and food intake. Results will advance our understanding of food cravings and contribute to interventions aimed at curbing unwanted cravings and (over) consumption.