Relative food abundance predicts greater binge-eating symptoms in subsequent hours among young adults experiencing food insecurity: Support for the “feast-or-famine” cycle hypothesis from an ecological momentary assessment study

Vivienne M. Hazzard, Katie A. Loth, Ross D. Crosby, Stephen A. Wonderlich, Scott G. Engel, Nicole Larson, Dianne Neumark-Sztainer

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