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Aim 1: To test the hypothesis that acute bromocriptine administration will 1a) increase homeostatic mechanisms of satiation (meal termination), and 1b) alter neural, behavioral and perceived hedonic drivers of eating behavior, both contributing to a decrease in palatable food intake in those at high risk for T2DM. We expect bromocriptine to modify endocrine-mediated satiation signaling via suppres...

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