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How the Brain Uses Glucose to Fuel Self-Control


Polarizing Foods


Can Absence Make the Mind Grow Fonder?


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: social anxiety, food intake, and body dissatisfaction; risk and resilience in rural African American youth; and neurotechnology in clinical psychological science. ... More>


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Selling Sweet Nothings

With childhood obesity rates escalating, psychological scientists are using self-report measures, brain scans, and other methods to reveal how ads for unhealthy foods affect children’s minds — and their eating behaviors. ... More>