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(p. 185) Dopamine Deficiency, Eating, and Body Weight 

(p. 185) Dopamine Deficiency, Eating, and Body Weight
(p. 185) Dopamine Deficiency, Eating, and Body Weight

Gene-Jack Wang

, Nora D. Volkow

, and Joanna S. Fowler

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date: 09 May 2021

Chapter 28 discusses dopamine deficiency, eating, and body weight, including eating behavior and brain neurotransmitters, eating behavior and brain dopamine systems, molecular imaging of eating behavior and the brain dopamine system, sensory experience of food and its relation to eating behaviors, imagine expectation and prediction of food reward, molecular imaging of brain dopamine system on obesity, inhibitory control and obesity, and applications to other areas of health and disease.

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