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(p. 200) Hormones, Hunger, and Food Addiction 

(p. 200) Hormones, Hunger, and Food Addiction
(p. 200) Hormones, Hunger, and Food Addiction

Alain Dagher

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date: 09 May 2021

Chapter 30 outlines hormones, hunger, and food addiction. It outlines the appetitive brain network (a common neural substrate for drugs of abuse and food), the role for gut signals beyond the homeostatic/hedonic dichotomy, learning and motivation, gut peptides and incentive motivation.

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