Maartje S Spetter
Maartje S Spetter
Research Fellow, University of Birmingham
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Representation of sweet and salty taste intensity in the brain
MS Spetter, PAM Smeets, C De Graaf, MA Viergever
Chemical Senses 35 (9), 831-840, 2010
Food-induced brain responses and eating behaviour
PAM Smeets, L Charbonnier, F van Meer, LN van der Laan, MS Spetter
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 71 (4), 511-520, 2012
Volitional regulation of brain responses to food stimuli in overweight and obese subjects: A real-time fMRI feedback study
MS Spetter, R Malekshahi, N Birbaumer, M Lührs, AH van der Veer, ...
Appetite 112, 188-195, 2017
Cognitive control of eating: the role of memory in appetite and weight gain
S Higgs, MS Spetter
Current obesity reports 7 (1), 50-59, 2018
Intranasal neuropeptide administration to target the human brain in health and disease
MS Spetter, M Hallschmid
Molecular pharmaceutics 12 (8), 2767-2780, 2015
Taste matters–effects of bypassing oral stimulation on hormone and appetite responses
MS Spetter, M Mars, MA Viergever, C de Graaf, PAM Smeets
Physiology & behavior 137, 9-17, 2014
Interactions between metabolic, reward and cognitive processes in appetite control: Implications for novel weight management therapies
S Higgs, MS Spetter, JM Thomas, P Rotshtein, M Lee, M Hallschmid, ...
Journal of Psychopharmacology 31 (11), 1460-1474, 2017
Current findings on the role of oxytocin in the regulation of food intake
MS Spetter, M Hallschmid
Physiology & behavior 176, 31-39, 2017
Oxytocin curbs calorie intake via food-specific increases in the activity of brain areas that process reward and establish cognitive control
MS Spetter, GB Feld, M Thienel, H Preissl, MA Hege, M Hallschmid
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
Anterior cingulate taste activation predicts ad libitum intake of sweet and savory drinks in healthy, normal-weight men
MS Spetter, C de Graaf, MA Viergever, PAM Smeets
The Journal of nutrition 142 (4), 795-802, 2012
Real-time fMRI neurofeedback training to improve eating behavior by self-regulation of the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex: A randomized controlled trial in overweight and obese …
SH Kohl, R Veit, MS Spetter, A Günther, A Rina, M Lührs, N Birbaumer, ...
NeuroImage 191, 596-609, 2019
The sum of its parts—effects of gastric distention, nutrient content and sensory stimulation on brain activation
MS Spetter, C de Graaf, M Mars, MA Viergever, PAM Smeets
PloS one 9 (3), e90872, 2014
Interoception and disordered eating: A systematic review
E Martin, CT Dourish, P Rotshtein, MS Spetter, S Higgs
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 107, 166-191, 2019
Can we predict real-time fMRI neurofeedback learning success from pre-training brain activity?
A Haugg, R Sladky, S Skouras, A McDonald, C Craddock, M Kirschner, ...
BioRxiv, 2020
Current state of the use of neuroimaging techniques to understand and alter appetite control in humans
MS Spetter
Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care 21 (5), 329-335, 2018
The representation of sweet and savoury taste in the brain
PAM Smeets, MS Spetter, IN Kanters, MA Viergever
Appetite-Kidlington 57 (2), 551, 2011
Neural correlates of top-down guidance of attention to food: An fMRI study
MS Spetter, S Higgs, D Dolmans, JM Thomas, RLEP Reniers, P Rotshtein, ...
Physiology & Behavior 225, 113085, 2020
What Should I Eat and Why? The Environmental, Genetic, and Behavioral Determinants of Food Choice: Summary from a Pennington Scientific Symposium
E Qualls‐Creekmore, KL Marlatt, E Aarts, A Bruce‐Keller, TS Church, ...
Obesity, 2020
ADHD symptoms are associated with binge eating and enhanced reward-related neural activation to food stimuli
E Martin, P Kaisari, C Dourish, P Rotshtein, S Higgs, M Spetter
European Neuropsychopharmacology 31, S58-S58, 2020
P. 203 Intranasal insulin decreases palatable food intake, increases satiety and enhances positive mood in women with obesity
E Schneider, E Martin, C Dourish, J Thomas, M Hallschmid, M Lee, ...
European Neuropsychopharmacology 31, S20-S21, 2020
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