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Motivation and Reward Mechanisms in Obesity

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Evaluating Motivation and Reward Mechanisms and Brain Substrates in Adults With Obesity

Anhedonia and abnormalities in reward behavior are core features of overweight/obesity (OW), a highly prevalent condition within MDD populations, and is independently associated with reward disturbances. The investigators therefore aim to investigate the brain substrates subserving reward and motivation in adults with overweight/obesity. The primary aim of this pilot study is to determine whether associations exist between obesity and decreased performance on the respective motivation/reward paradigms.

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Evaluating Motivation and Reward Mechanisms and Brain Substrates in Adults With Obesity: Further Evidence That Obesity Affects Physical and Mental Health

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NCT03939676

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