Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
The author attempts to elucidate the neurological underpinnings of retail therapy in such a way that convinces the reader that there is some truth to this concept through the plethora of research that currently exists in the realm of stress eating to explore the affect of stress on the reward pathway and vice versa.
Date of Award
© Kellie Burke May
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Burke, Kellie, "The Neuroscience Behind Retail Therapy" (2018). All Regis University Theses. 864.