Binge eating disorder is the most common psychiatric disorder among adults. It is characterized by recurrent episodes of loss of control over eating and by the absence of purging behaviors. A number of studies have suggested that patients with binge eating disorder show impairments in executive functions. For instance, studies have reported that, relative to control participants, patients with binge eating show lower performance in working memory, inhibition or cognitive flexibility. However, small sample sizes and inadequate control of potential confounding effects, such as adiposity (i.e., obesity), are common limitations among the studies. In this project we will examine neuropsychological studies addressing the relationship between binge eating disorder/uncontrolled eating behavior and executive functions. To this end, we will perform two meta-analyses: Meta-analysis 1: we will analyze papers testing for group differences between patients with binge eating disorder and healthy controls in executive functions. Meta-analysis 2: we will analyze studies investigating the relationship between interindividual differences in uncontrolled eating and executive functions.