Food project week6

Food project week6

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ASSIGNMENT INFORMATION
Due Date
Sunday, June 12, 2016
11:59 PM
Points Possible
100

The reward center in the brain lights up in response to both hyperpalatable food and drugs. This is one of the many reasons why people cannot refuse to eat food that is put in front of them. As a result, they become trapped into eating such food.

Answer all of the following questions, and make sure to incorporate all of the following concepts where relevant, as well as their definitions/explanations, in your answers: “conditioned hypereating,” “priming,” “abstinence violation,” “setting condition,” “transition emotions,” amygdal, and “vagabond feeding.”

Why does the reward center in the brain light up in response both to hyperpalatable food and drugs?
Why do people develop a disorder called conditioned hypereating and how do people come to be trapped into eating hyperpalatable foods?
How does conditioned hypereating emerge, and what are its roots?
What are the warning signs of hypereating in children?
How and why does culture have an effect on overeating?
Write a 500 word paper to address the questions above. You are required to cite your sources in the body of your text properly, include a reference page, and use APA style.

This assignment will be graded using the SLA Writing Rubric [227.3 KB PDF file].

Before you submit this assignment to the dropbox below, be sure to upload a copy to the “Final” dropbox for this assignment on Turnitin.com. A “Draft” dropbox is also available so that you can use the originality report provided as a learning tool to improve your work prior to final submission.

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