The German weekly news magazine “Focus” noticed the work of one of our PhD students, Nora Mehl. Annette Horstmann explains the finer details of the research in an interview here.
Congratulations to Jakob Simmank & Annette Horstmann, who published in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience this October, entitled: Incidental rewarding cues influence economic decisions in people with obesity. Online at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fnbeh.2015.00278/full
Annette wrote a chapter in the current non-profit aid magazine: a German information service in the field of food, agriculture and consumer protection. Annettes Article (Übergewicht: Reine Kopfsache?) is at page 30–40. GO TO ARTICLE
Taken from IFB Blog: http://www.ifb-leipzig.com/en/blog/2012–09-27-adiposity-responsible-loss-brain-cells Is adiposity responsible for the loss of brain cells? A new study shows that adiposity apparently increases the risk for dementia. The connection between the two diseases is more complex that previously assumed. In Germany currently more than one million people suffer from the loss of...
Read the full article online (German only).