Scientists uncover proof that hunger impacts our decision making

Lead author Dr Andrew MacAskill, from UCL’s Neuroscience, Physiology and Pharmacology department, said: “We all know our decisions can be deeply influenced by our hunger, as food has a different meaning depending on whether we are hungry or full. Just think of how much you might buy when grocery shopping on an empty stomach.


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