Abstract：The current study aimed to unravel the episodic memory patterns (item memory and source memory) for different food calorie information in females with obesity. The results suggest that episodic memory function in females with obesity is a specific deficit, not a global impairment, (1) Females with obesity outperformed females with healthy weight in item memory for high-calorie food information, and performed significantly better item memory for high-calorie food information than low-calorie food information; (2) Females with obesity demonstrated significantly poorer performance on source memory for both high-calorie and low-calorie food information than females with healthy weight, and performed significantly better source memory for high-calorie food information than low-calorie food information.
冷雪晨， 陈红，姚家宜，杨乔乔，陈亦宣. 肥胖女性对食物信息加工的情景记忆特点[J]. 应用心理学, 0, (): 1-.
LENG Xue-chen, CHEN Hong, YAO Jia-yi, YANG Qiao-qiao, CHEN Yi-xuan. The Characteristics of Episodic Memory for Food Information Processing in Females with Obesity. 应用心理学, 0, (): 1-.