Kathryn E. Demos

Brown University, Providence, RI 
fMRI, reward, self-control, obesity, weight loss treatment
"Kathryn Demos"
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William M. Kelley grad student 2008 Dartmouth
 (Restraint and disinhibition in the brain.)
Todd F. Heatherton post-doc Dartmouth
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Demos KE, Sweet LH, Hart CN, et al. (2017) The effects of experimental manipulation of sleep duration on neural response to food cues. Sleep
Demos KE, McCaffery JM, Thomas JG, et al. (2017) Identifying the mechanisms through which behavioral weight-loss treatment improves food decision-making in obesity. Appetite
Casanova R, Hayasaka S, Saldana S, et al. (2016) Relative differences in resting-state brain connectivity associated with long term intensive lifestyle intervention. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 74: 231-239
Xu X, Demos KE, Leahey TM, et al. (2014) Failure to replicate depletion of self-control. Plos One. 9: e109950
Demos KE, McCaffery JM, Cournoyer SA, et al. (2013) Greater Food-Related Stroop Interference Following Behavioral Weight Loss Intervention. Journal of Obesity & Weight Loss Therapy. 3
Hassenstab JJ, Sweet LH, Del Parigi A, et al. (2012) Cortical thickness of the cognitive control network in obesity and successful weight loss maintenance: a preliminary MRI study. Psychiatry Research. 202: 77-9
Sweet LH, Hassenstab JJ, McCaffery JM, et al. (2012) Brain response to food stimulation in obese, normal weight, and successful weight loss maintainers. Obesity (Silver Spring, Md.). 20: 2220-5
Demos KE, Heatherton TF, Kelley WM. (2012) Individual differences in nucleus accumbens activity to food and sexual images predict weight gain and sexual behavior. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 5549-52
Demos KE, Kelley WM, Heatherton TF. (2011) Dietary restraint violations influence reward responses in nucleus accumbens and amygdala. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 23: 1952-63
Wig GS, Grafton ST, Demos KE, et al. (2008) Medial temporal lobe BOLD activity at rest predicts individual differences in memory ability in healthy young adults. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 105: 18555-60
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