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Short Communication - Journal of Food Nutrition and Health (2022) Volume 5, Issue 1

Eating disorder and the association between attentional biases to highcalorie foods.

Cognitive theories of eating disorders implicate Attentional Bias (AB) towards food-related information in the development and maintenance of eating disorders. Empirical evidence for this proposal, however, has been inconsistent, and the measures used to examine AB to food-related stimuli typically showed poor reliability. Attentional bias (AB) is a tendency to preferentially attend to emotionally and motivationally relevant information. Cognitive theories of eating disorders propose that attentional bias to food-related information plays a critical role in weightrelated behaviors and eating disorders. However, not all reviews have noticed a relationship between this attentional inclination and dietary problem manifestations. While some have viewed dietary issue side effects as emphatically connected with attentional inclinations towards food-related data, others have not found this connection between attentional predisposition and dietary problem symptomatology. This irregularity recommends the significance of distinguishing possible arbitrators of the relationship between attentional inclination to food-related data and dietary issue side effects. The current review was thusly intended to analyze the possible job of Eating Disorder-explicit (ED-explicit) rumination as an applicant mediator.

Author(s): William Charles

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