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  • Attentional and motor impulsivity interactively predict 'food addiction' in obese individuals. [Journal Article]
  • CPCompr Psychiatry 2016 Oct 5; 72:83-87
  • Meule A, de Zwaan M, Müller A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results support previous findings showing that non-planning impulsivity does not appear to play a role in eating-related self-regulation. Furthermore, this is the first study that shows interactive effects between different impulsivity facets when predicting 'food addiction' in obese individuals. Self-regulatory failure in eating-regulation (e.g., addiction-like overeating) may particularly emerge when both attentional and motor impulsivity levels are elevated.
  • Health-related behaviours and mental health in Hong Kong employees. [Journal Article]
  • OMOccup Med (Lond) 2016 Oct 5
  • Zhu S, Tse S, … Wong PW
  • CONCLUSIONS: Physical and mental health of Hong Kong employees are concerning. Although employee assistance programmes are common among large companies, initiation of proactive engagement approaches, reaching out to those employees in need and unlikely to seek help for mental health issues, may be useful.
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