A new study reports that being pleasantly surprised or disappointed with a certain food product can change a person's mood.
According to a new study, neurons in the dorsal hippocampus are activated by consuming sweet foods, helping form a memory of the meal.
A new study reveals how brain activity alters when presented with desirable foods.
A new study looks at the role the visual system plays in our food decisions.
Findings provide a new insight into how the brain regulates food and water intake.
Hordenine, a substance present in beer and malted barley, activates dopamine D2 receptors through G proteins, leading to a possibly prolonged effect on the brain's reward center, researchers report.
A new study reports when certain brain areas react more strongly to food rewards than financial rewards, children are more likely to overeat, even if they are not hungry or overweight.
Researchers report pyramidal neurons in the basolateral amygdala help us to recognize and categorize foods.
Researchers report they have discovered the region of the brain that registers excitement over a preferred food option. The study reports the findings could help develop new therapies and treatments to potentially combat obesity and encourage healthier eating.
Researchers discover activity in brain regions involved in reward response from dopamine was higher in subjects injected with the hormone ghrelin, but only when responding to images associated with food smells. The study reports ghrelin controls the extent to which the brain associates reward with food odors.