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The mere sight of foods may activate the brain's reward circuitry, and humans often experience difficulties in inhibiting urges to eat upon encountering visual food signals. Imbalance between the reward circuit and those supporting inhibitory control may underlie obesity, yet brain circuits supporting volitional control of appetite and their possible dysfunction that can lead to obesity remain poorly specified. Here we delineated the brain basis of volitional appetite control in healthy anddoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0116640 pmid:25658479 pmcid:PMC4320085 fatcat:zij6ye4vm5edjlyndkeyvsd6qi