- Altered executive function in obesity. Exploration of the role of affective states on cognitive abilitiesRenáta Cserjési
Institute of Physiology and Neurophysiology Research Group of the HAS, Pecs University, Medical School, Szigeti str 12, H 7643 Pecs, Hungary
Appetite 52:535-9. 2009..The mediating role of depression is confirmed. Positive emotion was associated with cognitive functions independently from BMI. Positive affectivity in obesity treatment is discussed...
- Reduced capacity in automatic processing of facial expression in restrictive anorexia nervosa and obesityRenáta Cserjési
Institute of Physiology and Neurophysiology Research Group of the HAS, Pecs University Medical School, Szigeti str 12, H 7624 Pecs, Hungary
Psychiatry Res 188:253-7. 2011..The social relevance of our findings and a possible explanation based upon neuroscience are discussed...
- Explicit vs. implicit body image evaluation in restrictive anorexia nervosaRenáta Cserjési
Institute of Physiology and Neurophysiology Research Group of the HAS, Pecs University Medical School, Szigeti str 12, 7624 Pecs, Hungary
Psychiatry Res 175:148-53. 2010..Depression and anxiety did not influence body evaluation. Strong negative evaluation of overweight appears to be a key issue in AN rather than positive evaluation of ultra-thin role models...
- Is there any relationship between obesity and mental flexibility in children?Renáta Cserjési
Institute of Physiology Medical School, Pecs University, Szigeti str 12, Pf 99, H 7602, Pecs, Hungary
Appetite 49:675-8. 2007..This suggests that childhood obesity involves cognitive deficits in shifting and attention abilities...