Do emotions predict eating? The role of previous experiences in emotional eating in the lab and in daily life.

Altheimer, Gizem.


  • Emotional eating (EE) is defined as an increase in eating following negative emotion. Self-reported emotional eating has been associated with physical health concerns. However, experimental and daily diary studies indicate that induced or naturally experienced negative emotions do not reliably lead to increased eating in healthy eaters, not even among self-professed emotional eaters. Recent literature ... read more
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