Memory may play a role in appetite, study finds

12/7/2012 | Health.com

Short-term memory may predict a person's hunger level, according to a study in PLoS ONE. Researchers examined 100 adults who consumed a bowl of tomato soup and found those who perceived eating a larger bowl reported feeling less hungry than those who thought they'd eaten a smaller bowl, regardless of how much was actually consumed.

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