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Laboratory snack food intake, negative mood, and impulsivity in youth with ADHD symptoms and episodes of loss of control eating : Where is the missing link?

Laboratory snack food intake, negative mood, and impulsivity in youth with ADHD symptoms and episodes of loss of control eating : Where is the missing link?

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HARTMANN, Andrea Sabrina, Winfried RIEF, Anja HILBERT, 2012. Laboratory snack food intake, negative mood, and impulsivity in youth with ADHD symptoms and episodes of loss of control eating : Where is the missing link?. In: Appetite. Elsevier. 58(2), pp. 672-678. ISSN 0195-6663. eISSN 1095-8304. Available under: doi: 10.1016/j.appet.2012.01.006

@article{Hartmann2012-04Labor-55560, title={Laboratory snack food intake, negative mood, and impulsivity in youth with ADHD symptoms and episodes of loss of control eating : Where is the missing link?}, year={2012}, doi={10.1016/j.appet.2012.01.006}, number={2}, volume={58}, issn={0195-6663}, journal={Appetite}, pages={672--678}, author={Hartmann, Andrea Sabrina and Rief, Winfried and Hilbert, Anja} }

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