Exercise shifts hypothetical food choices towards greater amounts and more immediate consumption

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Description: This project investigates how exercise influences intertemporal food choices.

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Koehler, K., Beckford, S. E., Thayer, E., Hubner, S., Martin, A. R., Cristobal, A., Boron, J. B., & Stevens, J. R. (2020). Exercise shifts food choices towards greater amounts and more immediate consumption. Abstract Introduction: Although exercise modulates appetite regulation and food intake, how exercise impacts decision making about food remains poorly understood. The purpose of the present st...


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