|Effects of psychological eating behaviour domains on the association between socio-economic status and BMI.|
|Stability of BDNF in Human Samples Stored Up to 6 Months and Correlations of Serum and EDTA-Plasma Concentrations.|
|Higher body mass index is associated with reduced posterior default mode connectivity in older adults.|
|Age- and gender-specific norms for the German version of the Three-Factor Eating-Questionnaire (TFEQ).|
|The LIFE-Adult-Study: objectives and design of a population-based cohort study with 10,000 deeply phenotyped adults in Germany.|
|Components of a Mediterranean diet and their impact on cognitive functions in aging|
|Eating Behaviour in the General Population: An Analysis of the Factor Structure of the German Version of the Three-Factor-Eating-Questionnaire (TFEQ) and Its Association with the Body Mass Index.|
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