Ann-Kathrin Arend
Ann-Kathrin Arend
University of Salzburg, Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience
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Emotional eating in healthy individuals and patients with an eating disorder: evidence from psychometric, experimental and naturalistic studies
J Reichenberger, R Schnepper, AK Arend, J Blechert
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 79 (3), 290-299, 2020
Emotional eating across different eating disorders and the role of body mass, restriction, and binge eating
J Reichenberger, R Schnepper, AK Arend, A Richard, U Voderholzer, ...
International Journal of Eating Disorders 54 (5), 773-784, 2021
Does stress eat away at you or make you eat? EMA measures of stress predict day to day food craving and perceived food intake as a function of trait stress-eating
J Reichenberger, B Pannicke, AK Arend, K Petrowski, J Blechert
Psychology & health 36 (2), 129-147, 2021
Fight, flight,–or grab a bite! trait emotional and restrained eating style predicts food cue responding under negative emotions
R Schnepper, C Georgii, K Eichin, AK Arend, FH Wilhelm, C Vögele, ...
Frontiers in behavioral neuroscience 14, 91, 2020
Increased screen use on days with increased perceived COVID-19-related confinements—a day level ecological momentary assessment study
AK Arend, J Blechert, B Pannicke, J Reichenberger
Frontiers in Public Health 8, 623205, 2021
Bad mood food? Increased versus decreased food cue reactivity in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa during negative emotions
R Schnepper, A Richard, C Georgii, AK Arend, S Naab, U Voderholzer, ...
European Eating Disorders Review 29 (5), 756-769, 2021
Prone to food in bad mood—Emotion‐potentiated food‐cue reactivity in patients with binge‐eating disorder
AK Arend, R Schnepper, APC Lutz, KN Eichin, J Blechert
International Journal of Eating Disorders 55 (4), 564-569, 2022
Toward individualized prediction of binge-eating episodes based on ecological momentary assessment data: item development and pilot study in patients with bulimia nervosa and …
AK Arend, T Kaiser, B Pannicke, J Reichenberger, S Naab, U Voderholzer, ...
JMIR medical informatics 11, e41513, 2023
(Mouse cursor)-Tracking food decisions in binge eating disorder reveals preference for high-energy foods and a role of BMI
KN Eichin, C Georgii, AK Arend, Z Van Dyck, J Blechert
Appetite 170, 105890, 2022
Predicting food craving in everyday life through smartphone-derived sensor and usage data
T Schneidergruber, J Blechert, S Arzt, B Pannicke, J Reichenberger, ...
Frontiers in Digital Health 5, 1163386, 2023
Food preference and choice across eating and weight disorders: the roles of Anorexia Nervosa and external eating
K Eichin, AK Arend, J Blechert
PsyArXiv, 2023
Emotional eating: elusive or evident? Integrating laboratory, psychometric and daily life measures
R Schnepper, J Blechert, AK Arend, T Yanagida, J Reichenberger
Eating and Weight Disorders-Studies on Anorexia, Bulimia and Obesity 28 (1), 74, 2023
Individualisierte Vorhersage von Essanfällen basierend auf ambulanten Daten: Item-Entwicklung und Pilotstudie bei Patientinnen mit Bulimia Nervosa und Essanfallstörung
AK Arend, T Kaiser, B Pannicke, J Reichenberger, S Naab, U Voderholzer, ...
Adipositas-Ursachen, Folgeerkrankungen, Therapie 17 (03), S22-01, 2023
Emotional Food Craving Across the Eating Disorder Spectrum and Healthy Individuals–An Ecological Momentary Assessment Study
AK Arend, J Blechert, T Yanagida, U Voderholzer, J Reichenberger
PsyArXiv, 2023
Komplexe interozeptive Veränderungen bei Essstörungen: Eine Untersuchung physiologischer, behavioraler, kognitiver und emotionaler Aspekte kardialer Interozeption
A LUTZ, AK Arend, U Voderholzer, C Vögele, J Blechert
Adipositas 17 (3), 2023
Characterization of Binge Eating Days in Daily Life
J Reichenberger, AK Arend, J Blechert
Eating Disorders, 1-21, 2022
Mitteilungen der Verbände/Information by Behavior Therapy Associations
AK Arend, M Aulbach, J Blechert, Z Eidenhardt, L Franke, J Grub, A Horn, ...
Verhaltenstherapie 32, 148-152, 2022
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