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Neural Correlates of Reward in Anorexia Nervosa

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Neural Correlates of Reward and Symptom Expression in Anorexia Nervosa

The objective of this study is to identify the patterns of brain activity in reward circuitry that promote symptoms of anorexia nervosa. This project will compare weight-restored individuals with anorexia nervosa to a non-eating disorder control group on reward brain circuitry patterns in response to typically rewarding cues (i.e., entertaining videos) and disorder-specific restrictive eating cues (i.e., low-fat food choice) using fMRI. In addition, this study will examine which neurobiological reward responses among weight-restored individuals with anorexia nervosa predict objective restrictive eating (measured by laboratory meal intake) and longitudinal risk of relapse one year later.

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No intervention is being examined in this study

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Neural Correlates of Reward and Symptom Expression in Anorexia Nervosa

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NCT03275545

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