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1 A breakfast with a-lactalbumin, gelatin, or gelatin+TRP lowers energy intake compared with a breakfast with casein, soy, whey, or whey-GMP Veldhorst, M.
2008
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2 A cognitive-experimental approach to reducing food cravings and modifying eating behaviour Kemps, E.
2008
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3 Activation maps in the nucleus of the solitary tract (NTS) in response to internal stimuli Schwarz, J.
2008
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4 Activation of the parasympathetic nervous system at meal request in man after rest, exercise or hypoxia: Relation with glucose CHAPELOT, D.
2008
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5 Acute low-dose I.P. amylin+EB treatment in OVX rats does not produce an enhanced anorexigenic response Messina, M.M.
2008
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6 Acute stress-related changes in eating the in absence of hunger Rutters, F.
2008
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7 Addiction-like behaviors in rats previously maintained on a high-fat diet Puhl, M.D.
2008
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8 Agouti-related protein (AgRP) into the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus (PVH) increases food hoarding, foraging and food intake in Siberian hamsters Vaughan, C.H.
2008
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9 A high fat diet modifies food intake, vagal afferent sensitivity to cholecystokinin (CCK) and MRNA profile of gut mediator receptors in vagal neurons Nefti, W.
2008
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10 A low-energy-dense diet adding fruit reduces weight and energy intake in women de Oliveira, Maria Conceição
2008
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11 Altered expression of appetite-associated receptors in nodose ganglion by high fat diet Paulino, G.
2008
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12 Anatomical differentiation of the suppressive effects of insulin on two food reward tasks Lattemann, D.F.
2008
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13 Anorexigenic effects of the brain derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) Zeeni, N.
2008
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14 Anosmia impairs the feeding response to 2-deoxy-d-glucose in rats Zadeh, M.L.
2008
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15 Antagonism of corticotropin releasing factor receptor 1 (CRFR1) prevents sustained weight loss in rats exposed to repeated restraint stress Harris, R.
2008
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16 Anxiogenic, orexigenic and metabolic effects of hypothalamic ghrelin Currie, P.J.
2008
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17 Appetite: peer-reviewed research across the disciplines Booth, David
2008
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18 Arcuate nucleus destruction does not block food deprivation-induced increases in food foraging and hoarding Dailey, M.E.
2008
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19 Arcuate POMC neurons suppress food intake by direct action on MC4 receptors expressed on vagal afferents in the NTS Zheng, H.
2008
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20 Are Chinese and Central European students—To AMERS in concerns RE: Wt, body image, dieting and food preferences? Baseline comparisons from China, Poland and the US Grinker, J.A.
2008
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21 A reliable model of binge eating in rats Cifani, C.
2008
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22 A rodent model of the adjustable gastric band—Mechanisms of action Kampe, J.
2008
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23 Association between dietary arginine and lysine intake and 6 years change in body composition among 9-year-old children (EYHS) Van Vught, J.A.H.
2008
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24 Associations between stress, awakening cortisol, adiposity, eating attitudes and macronutrient intake in men and women Gibson, E.L.
2008
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25 Attentional biases for food stimuli in external eaters: Possible mechanism for stress-induced eating? Newman, Emily
2008
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26 A volunteer feeding assistance program can improve dietary intakes of elderly patients – A Pilot Study Walton, Karen
2008
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27 Behavioral relevance of angiotensin II receptor intracellular signaling pathways Daniels, D.
2008
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28 Behavioural markers of the pre-obese phenotype in children: What predicts weight gain? Mitchell, V.A.
2008
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29 Beliefs about fast food in Australia: A qualitative analysis Dunn, Kirsten I.
2008
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30 Benzodiazepine modulation of gustatory coding in the parabrachial nucleus Baird, J.P.
2008
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31 Binge eating and night eating in obese boys and girls Lee, I.
2008
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32 Binge eating status influences pre-diet weight change and test meal intake in obese individuals Weltsch, M.
2008
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33 Blocking of branch chain amino acid metabolism decreases hypothalamic POMC and increases AgRP expression in mice on a low fat diet Martin, R.J.
2008
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34 Blood glucose changes following the ingestion of sucrose- and aspartame-sweetened beverages Wilson, F.
2008
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35 Blood glucose changes following the ingestion of sucrose- and aspartame-sweetened beverages Wilson, F.
2008
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36 Body mass loss during adaptation to short winter-like days does not affect food foraging or hoarding Teubner, B.J.W.
2008
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37 Bombesin receptor subtype-3 mRNA is increased in the hypothalamus of diet-induced obese rats Ladenheim, E.E.
2008
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38 Brain apolipoprotein E: An important regulator of food intake and body weight Shen, L.
2008
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39 Calendar of Events 2008
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40 Caloric restriction produces long-term changes in neural pathways involved with stress and reward Pankevich, D.E.
2008
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41 Cannabinoid CB1 receptor antagonist AM251 reduces palatable dessert consumption and body weight gain in female C57B6 mice Mathes, C.M.
2008
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42 Central administration of an NFκB antagonist prior to insulin reduces food intake and body weight in rats on a high-fat diet Brown, L.M.
2008
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43 Central anorexic action of BDNF in male and female rats Shi, H.
2008
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44 Central changes in the serotonergic system in response to maternal high-fat diet in the fetal nonhuman primate Grayson, B.E.
2008
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45 cFos-li in male and female rat brain following administration of mercaptoacetate Baker, C.R.
2008
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46 Characterization of mice lacking the gene for cholecystokinin Lo, C.M.
2008
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47 Characterization of the blood–brain barrier at the median eminence of the hypothalamus: A role for tanycytes in regulating access of peripheral hormones to the arcuate nucleus? Mullier, A.
2008
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48 Children's use of adult testimony to guide food selection Lumeng, Julie C.
2008
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49 Cholecystokinin-33 (CCK-33) attenuates short-term food foraging, hoarding, and intake in Siberian hamsters Teubner, B.J.W.
2008
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50 Chronic antagonism of mu opioid receptors in the nucleus accumbens attenuates development of diet-induced obesity in rats Lenard, N.R.
2008
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51 Chronic central infusion of amylin lowers body weight gain independent of initial body weight in chow fed rats but not in rats after 3 weeks of Ensure® feeding Wielinga, P.Y.
2008
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52 Cocaine- and amphetamine-regulated transcript (CART) peptide immunoreactivity in the brain of the obese OLETF rat Hajnal, A.
2008
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53 Coffee intake, feeding behavior and activity in rats Aguilera, V.
2008
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54 Competition among women influences subsequent food choice Remick, A.K.
2008
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55 Complex homeostatic attributes of the forebrain glucose-monitoring neuronal network Karádi, Z.
2008
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56 Conditioned odor preferences mediated by associations with liked tastes Privitera, G.J.
2008
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57 Conditioned satiety in humans revisited Gould, N.G.
2008
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58 Conditioned taste aversion and Na-appetite after asymmetric brain lesions Norgren, R.
2008
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59 Conditioned taste aversion (CTA) retention (RT) and extinction (EXT) after gustatory thalamus (VPMPC) lesions in rats Scalera, G.
2008
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60 Contribution of hindbrain GLP-1 receptor activation to feeding control—Role of endogenous GLP-1 and of ERK/amp-kinase pathways Hayes, M.R.
2008
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61 Cortisol and ghrelin following a laboratory stressor in obese night eaters Carnell, S.
2008
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62 Cue-potentiated feeding Holland, P.C.
2008
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63 Decoding insulin action on the olfactory function Palouzier-Paulignan, B.
2008
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64 Development and characteristics of a food image set rated for hedonic value for use in neuroimaging studies Burger, K.S.
2008
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65 Diet-induced obesity in the rat is influenced by sex and exercise Santollo, J.
2008
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66 Differential effects of central or intra nucleus accumbens shell MCHR1 signalling on food intake and energy expenditure, assessed by indirect calorimetry Guesdon, B.
2008
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67 Differential effects of common hepatic, gastric, and celiac branch vagotomy on food intake and pica behavior following chemotherapy in the rat De Jonghe, B.C.
2008
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68 Disconnection of the gustatory thalamocortical loop prevents both learning and memory of drug-induced devaluation of a sweet cue Geddes, R.I.
2008
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69 Does toddlers’ food intake differ according to variations in fat, salt or sugar in foods? Bouhlal, S.
2008
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70 Dorsomedial hypothalamic neuropeptide Y modulates the satiety actions of peripheral cholecyctokinin Bi, S.
2008
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71 Drive for thinness is not the same as drive to be thin: On the motivation for dieting in normal weight restrained eaters and bulimic individuals Chernyak, Y.
2008
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72 Eating behaviour in response to food-cue exposure: Examining the cue-reactivity and counteractive-control models Coelho, J.S.
2008
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73 Eating disorder risk behavior in Brazilian adolescents from low socio-economic level de Souza Ferreira, Julia Elba
2008
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74 Eating for pleasure or calories: Neural integration of cognitive, emotional, and metabolic drives Berthoud, H.-R.
2008
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75 Effect of histone deacetylase inhibition by NaB on LiCl-induced c-Fos expression in the amygdala Kwon, B.S.
2008
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76 Effect of pace of eating on within-session decreases in human eating behavior by instructing participants to chew each mouthful over 30 times Takaki, Y.
2008
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77 Effect of peripheral and central amylin on energy expenditure and body temperature Wielinga, P.Y.
2008
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78 Effect of post-neonatal thymectomy on body weight gain in Swiss mice: The role of regulatory T-cells and the hypothalamic arcuate nucleus Coquerel, Q.
2008
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79 Effect of prenatal and/or postnatal high fat diet on glucose handling, food consumption and motivation in borderline hypertensive rats (BHR) Mitra, A.
2008
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80 Effect of stress on feeding behavior and body weight in rats González-Torres, M.L.
2008
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81 Effect of whole grain breakfast cereal on satiety and short-term food intake Abou Samra, R.
2008
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82 Effects of alpha-lactalbumin, gelatin with or without added tryptophan-protein breakfasts on hunger, ‘satiety’ hormones, and protein kinetics Hochstenbach-Waelen, A.
2008
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83 Effects of eating dessert-specific vs. dessert non-specific food on the rewarding value of food in general Lemmens, S.G.T.
2008
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84 Effects of experimental spinal cord injury on food intake, body composition and gastrointestinal expression of CD36 mRNA in rats Holmes, G.M.
2008
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85 Effects of food-cue exposure on dieting-related goals: A limitation to counteractive-control theory Coelho, Jennifer S.
2008
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86 Effects of intraduodenal infusion of varying combinations of lipid and carbohydrate on antropyloroduodenal motility, hormone release and appetite in healthy males Seimon, R.
2008
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87 Effects of irregularity and predictability of the time of daily sessions on rats’ feeding behavior Aoyama, K.
2008
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88 Effects of monotony and variety foods on feeding behavior in humans De La Torre-Ibarra, C.
2008
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89 Effects of peppermint scent on appetite control and caloric intake Reed, J.A.
2008
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90 Effects of soy protein alone or as part of a meal on the somatotropic axis Van Vught, A.J.A.H.
2008
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91 Effects of the GABA agonists, baclofen and muscimol, on instrumental responding for food reward Pulman, K.G.T.
2008
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92 Effects of the variety of water and food on feeding behavior in rats López-Espinoza, A.
2008
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93 Elevated spontaneous physical activity and lean mass gain in obesity resistant rats Teske, J.A.
2008
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94 Endocrine and hypothalamic responses to chronic food restriction and weight restoration in the rat Hargrave, S.L.
2008
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95 Energy expenditure, plasma ghrelin, GLP-1, PYY concentrations, and satiety following a single high-protein lunch Smeets, A.
2008
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96 Establishment of preference for flavor paired with intragastric glucose, but not with intravenous nicotine or cocaine Mathes, C.M.
2008
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97 Estimating everyday portion size using a ‘method of constant stimuli’: In a student sample, portion size is predicted by gender, dietary behaviour, and hunger, but not BMI Brunstrom, Jeffrey M.
2008
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98 Estimation of blood glucose level by objectively validated feelings yields a homeostatic model of eating Ciampolini, M.
2008
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99 Estradiol's influence on tryptophan-hydroxylase 2 gene expression in raphe nuclei Rivera, H.M.
2008
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100 Exenatide reduces food intake and activates the enteric nervous system of the gastrointestinal tract and the dorsal vagal complex of the hindbrain Sayegh, A.I.
2008
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101 Exercise modifies body weight set-point in diet-induced obesity-prone rats Hansen, G.
2008
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102 Fast food perceptions: A pilot study of college students in Spain and the United States Bryant, Rachel
2008
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103 Female rats are relatively more sensitive to reduced lipid- than to reduced carbohydrate-availability Sandoval, D.A.
2008
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104 Fluoxetine-induced anorexia is exaggerated in adolescent female rats that experienced neonatal maternal separation Yoo, S.B.
2008
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105 Food memory and its relation with age and liking: An incidental learning experiment with children, young and elderly people Laureati, M.
2008
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106 Food power scale predicts dessert eating, but not meal eating or portion size effect Levitsky, D.A.
2008
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107 Food viscosity influences core temperature in rats Schier, L.A.
2008
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108 FTO gene in the mouse brain: Distribution and links with feeding control Olszewski, P.K.
2008
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109 ‘Functional’ food ingredients for appetite control: Current status and issues Mela, D.J.
2008
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110 Functional MRI of the hypothalamus as a biomarker of satiety? Smeets, P.A.M.
2008
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111 Functional studies of brainstem taste processing Travers, S.P.
2008
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112 Function and cellular signaling of bitter taste receptor agonists in the mammal gut Hao, S.
2008
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113 Gastric electrical stimulation reduces c-Fos expression in the rat nucleus of the solitary tract Gallas, S.
2008
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114 Gastric emptying is slower, and hunger and energy intake are less, pre-ovulation when compared with post-ovulation Brennan, I.M.
2008
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115 Gastric irritation does not induce NAHCO3 intake Constancio, J.
2008
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116 Gender differences in basic taste perception Leshem, M.
2008
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117 Gendered information on sensory, hedonic and familiarity ratings of green tea by female Japanese students Hirokawa, Kumi
2008
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118 Genetic dissection of human taste perception Fushan, A.
2008
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119 Ghrelin has stress-like effects on the brain: A functional MRI study in humans Dagher, A.
2008
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120 Ghrelin/leptin ratio tracks energy balance, while ratings of appetite track only meal size and give paradoxical values to exercise energy expenditure Borer, K.T.
2008
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121 Ghrelin's role in feeding behavior and memory performance Diano, S.
2008
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122 Glossopharyngeal nerve transection decreases daily intake of corn oil, carbohydrate solutions, and glycine Treesukosol, Y.
2008
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123 Hedonic overeating: Buffer or catalyst to other addictive behaviours? Davis, C.
2008
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124 Heightened responses to the hedonic qualities of sucrose in olfactory conditioning for women scoring high on the three-factor eating questionnaire disinhibition scale Yeomans, M.R.
2008
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125 Hepatic portal vein deafferentation has no effect on the satiating effect of a HP diet Schwarz, J.
2008
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126 High calcium preference is associated with low expression of the calcium-sensing receptor gene, Casr, in tongue epithelial tissue Alarcón, L.K.
2008
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127 High-fat diet during pregnancy: Long-term changes in fat preference, triglycerides and orexigenic peptides in the offspring Chang, G.-Q.
2008
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128 High fat feeding affects eating patterns in obesity prone and resistant animals Hariri, N.
2008
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129 High-sugar and high-fat diets: Differential effects on expression of genes involved in reward and satiety Olszewski, P.K.
2008
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130 How trust in institutions and organizations builds general consumer confidence in the safety of food: A decomposition of effects de Jonge, J.
2008
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131 5-HT1A receptor agonism alters the orexigenic and anxiogenic activity of ghrelin Currie, P.J.
2008
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132 Hyperphagia-induced obesity in young male and female OLETF rats: A developmental study Marco, A.
2008
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133 Hypothalamic and hindbrain parenchymal studies support a distributed view of melanocortinergic control of energy expenditure and food intake Skibicka, K.P.
2008
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134 Hypothalamic gene expression and angiotensin receptor (AGTR) type-1 protein from different brain areas in hydrated animals submitted to a single or multiple water deprivation-partial repletion (WD-PR) Pereira, D.T.B.
2008
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135 I crave it but I do not like it Pelchat, M.L.
2008
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136 Impaired gastric emptying using the 13C-octanoic breath test in rats with experimental spinal cord injury Holmes, G.M.
2008
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137 Implications of arcuate nucleus acc and malonyl-CoA in the regulation of energy balance Gao, S.
2008
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138 Increased food intake and attenuation of CCK-induced inhibition of food intake and Fos expression following systemic blockade of NR2B/A NMDA subunits Guard, D.B.
2008
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139 Indirect activation of parabrachial CB1Rs by blockade of an endocannabinoid degradative enzyme selectively stimulates feeding of palatable food Dipatrizio, N.V.
2008
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140 Influence of a high-fat diet on brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) Zeeni, N.
2008
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141 Inhibition of angiotensin converting enzyme protects against diet-induced obesity in rats De Kloet, A.D.
2008
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142 Injections of estrogens in young female rats and their intake of palatable ingesta Reid, L.D.
2008
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143 Insulin differently modulates hypothalamic mitochondrial energy metabolism in fed or fasted mice: Involvement in food intake regulation? Jaillard, T.
2008
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144 Insurance required weight loss regimen led to weight gain in bariatric patients prior to surgery Puma, L.M.
2008
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145 Intake of a high-protein regular snack is caloric compensated in humans Potier, M.
2008
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146 Interaction between cholecystokinergic and opioidergic mechanisms of the lateral parabrachial nucleus in the control of NaCl intake De Paula, P.M.
2008
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147 Interaction between the hepatic vagus and the melanocortin system in diet-induced obesity La Fleur, S.E.
2008
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148 Investigation of osmoregulatory and hypovolemic thirst mechanisms in mice lacking angiotensinogen Mckinley, M.J.
2008
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149 In vitro evidence of a computational model for switching between ingestion and rejection Travers, J.B.
2008
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150 Involvement of peripheral GLP-1 in satiety, glycemic control and gastric motility Strubbe, J.H.
2008
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151 Ironic effects of suppressing food thoughts? Roefs, A.
2008
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152 Is decreased appetite for food a physiological consequence of alcohol consumption? Kokavec, Anna
2008
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153 Isocaloric versus hypercaloric fat intake: Differential impact on hypothalamic NPY, POMC, glucose tolerance and adiposity in the rat Morris, M.J.
2008
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154 Is there negative reinforcement of eating by energy-flow deficit in human beings? Jarvandi, S.
2008
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155 Jejunal pouch reconstruction but not preservation of duodenal passage after total gastrectomy reduces plasma cholecystokinin and pancreatic polypeptide long-term in pigs Smedh, U.
2008
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156 Leptin modulates olfactory acuity Aime, P.
2008
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157 Leptin signaling in midbrain dopamine neurons regulates (HYPER) activity depending on negative energy balance Verhagen, L.A.W.
2008
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158 Long time course adaptation of glucose metabolism to high protein feeding in rats without changes in resting energy expenditure Stepien, M.
2008
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159 Mapping of g-protein coupling reveals a critical area for mu-opioid receptors in the medial shell of the nucleus accumbens in modulating intake of standard and palatable food Denbleyker, M.
2008
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160 Maternal control of feeding is established during the first 6 months of infancy: Differences between breast-feeding and formula-feeding mothers Lee, M.D.
2008
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161 Maternal obesity levels at weaning are influenced by the pups’ strain: Insights from a cross-fostering study in oletf rats Weller, A.
2008
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162 Mediobasal hypothalamic leucine metabolism inhibits food intake and leucine activates POMC and LepR neurons Blouet, C.
2008
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163 Mercaptoacetate (MA) stimulates feeding after infusion into the hepatic portal vein (HPV) or vena cava (VC), but not after infusion into the descending aorta Mansouri, A.
2008
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164 Methotrexate-induced anorexia is associated with alteration of hypothalamic neuropeptide expression and plasma levels of α-MSH reactive autoantibodies Hamze Sinno, M.
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165 Modulation of the vomiting response in house musk shrews by food restriction Horn, C.C.
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166 Need-induced sodium appetite in SHR is enhanced after one episode of water deprivation-partial repletion (WD-PR) and enhancement in sodium appetite is delayed after multiples episodes Pereira, D.T.B.
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167 Neuropeptides as signaling agents in the mammalian taste bud Herness, S.
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168 Night eating syndrome in bariatric surgery patients Ungredda, T.
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169 Nintendo Wii vs. Microsoft Xbox: Differential effects on mood, physiology, snacking behavior, and caloric burn Bloom, J.
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170 No effect of catecholamines on appetite as a result of varied exercise intensity Wuorinen, E.
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171 Nutrient sensing in humans: Effects on vagally mediated tissue responses, hunger and food intake Teff, K.L.
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172 Obese binge-eaters show altered ghrelin and leptin levels following bariatric surgery Faulconbridge, L.F.
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173 Obese individuals show blunted striatal response to food: Relation moderated by DRD2 gene Stice, E.
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174 Obesity-prone rats are less sensitive to the satiating effects of exendin-4 than obesity-resistant rats Primeaux, S.D.
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175 Olanzapine-induced weight gain Van Der Zwaal, E.M.
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176 Olfactory bulbectomy increases the intake of corn oil during sham feeding Smith, G.P.
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177 Olfactory conditioning reinforced by saccharin in humans: Influence of prop taster and sweet liker status Yeomans, M.R.
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178 Ondansetron blocks LiCl conditioned place avoidance (CPA) but not conditioned taste avoidance (CTA) Rinaman, L.
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179 Orexin-A hyperphagia: Behavioral microstructure and the role of the area postrema Baird, J.P.
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180 Orexin A-induced activity is inversely correlated with body weight gain and may promote weight loss in rats Nixon, J.P.
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181 Orosensory stimulation during modified sham feeding increases intake of sweet solutions more in women with bulimia than women with anorexia nervosa Klein, D.A.
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182 Osmotic stimulation of SFO causes CFOS expression in PVN in conscious rats Higuchi, C.M.
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183 Overeating by sweetening a fat-rich food: Independence from postingestive cholecystokinin and insulin release Gibson, E.L.
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184 Overweight and obesity: The role of education, employment and income in Spanish adults Martín, Amelia Rodríguez
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185 Oxytocin enhances glutamatergic afferent transmission and produces an inward current in second-order medial solitary tract neurons Peters, J.H.
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186 Palatability and the stimulation of appetite: A role for learning Yeomans, M.R.
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187 Palatable, high fat diet ameliorates anxiety-like behavior induced by maternal separation in male rats Maniam, J.
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188 Peptide YY: Food for thought Batterham, R.
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189 Perceived risks and perceived benefits of different nanotechnology foods and nanotechnology food packaging Siegrist, Michael
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190 Perceptual and affective processing in appetite for foods Galea, J.
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191 Peripheral and central catecholamine deficits in preadolescent obesity-prone rats Geiger, B.M.
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192 Peripheral energy sensing in the control of eating—New developments Langhans, W.
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193 Persistent effects of high-intensity sweeteners on body weight gain in rats Swithers, S.E.
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194 Personality as a risk factor for adiposity and insulin resistance Boersma, G.
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195 Plasma leptin, insulin and ghrelin concentrations reflect nutritional status, not adiposity, in rats recovering from forced underweight Hillebrand, J.J.G.
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196 Post-ingestional signals and depletion-induced water and sodium intake Krause, E.G.
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197 Potent combination of amylin and leptin reduces food intake, blood pressure, and orexigenic neuropeptides in obese FBNF1 rats Knight, W.D.
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198 Potential epigenetic mechanisms for metabolic programming by maternal stress and diet Tamashiro, K.L.
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199 PPARγ is expressed in hypothalamic neurons involved in food intake and energy homeostasis Sarruf, D.A.
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200 Prior access to a sweet cue is protective in females self-administrating cocaine Cason, A.M.
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201 Programmed alteration of hypothalamic leptin and insulin signaling pathways contributes to reduced anorexigenic responses in IUGR offspring Desai, M.
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202 Protein induced increase in fat free mass in energy balance Soenen, S.
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203 Protein-induced satiety Tome, D.
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204 PYY decreases food intake and activates peripheral and central neurons in rats Sayegh, A.I.
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205 Ratings of fullness after ad libitum meals are not predicted from ratings of fullness during interrupted meals in pre-school children Kissileff, H.R.
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206 Rats do not interrupt food consumption to react to noxious heat stimulation Foo, H.
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207 Regulation of energy balance in mice selectively bred for high voluntary activity Van Dijk, G.
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208 Regulation of food intake and anxiety by α-MSH reactive autoantibodies Hamze Sinno, M.
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209 Regulation of food intake by gonadotropin releasing hormone II in an animal model of binge eating disorder Schneider, J.S.
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210 Regulation of food reward by adiposity signals Lattemann, D.F.
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211 Relationships between oral sensation, food hedonics, and body mass: Are the obese different? Snyder, D.J.
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212 Restrained eating, hedonic hunger and food reward: An fMRI study Lowe, M.R.
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213 Restraint, disinhibition and food-related processing bias Tapper, Katy
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214 Reviewers in 2007 2008
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215 Rice and sushi cravings: A preliminary study of food craving among Japanese students Komatsu, S.
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216 Satiety signals from the gut Feinle-Bisset, C.
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217 Saturated fat consumption and the Theory of Planned Behaviour: Exploring additive and interactive effects of habit strength de Bruijn, Gert-Jan
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218 Scent dependent learning: The effects of ambient congruent vs. incongruent scents on recall of coffee information Raudenbush, B.
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219 Serotonin 2C receptor (5HT2CR) signaling is involved in LPS-induced neuronal activation and anorexia Kopf, B.S.
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220 Serotonin 2C receptor (5HT2CR) signaling is necessary for, and dissociates the neural pathways of, the satiating effects of cholecystokinin (CCK) and glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1) Asarian, L.
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221 Sex differences: Behavioral, metabolic and stress consequences of a female bias visible burrow system Foster, M.T.
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222 Sex differences in coping with “lean” and “obese” postnatal environments in a rat model of obesity Schroeder, M.
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223 Sham feeding increases operant measures of sucrose reward in rats Liang, N.C.
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224 SNP analyses of postprandial responses in (an)orexigenic hormones and feelings of hunger reveal long-term physiological adaptations to facilitate homeostasis Den Hoed, M.
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225 Social influences on children and youth food intake Salvy, S.J.
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226 Somatostatin and corticotrophin releasing factor localization in forebrain neurons projecting to the parabrachial nucleus Saggu, S.
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227 Sour and salty taste: A parametric study Galindo, A.
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228 Suppressed intake of highly palatable food and dysfunctional of HPA axis response to restraint stress in adolescent rats that experienced neonatal maternal separation Noh, S.J.
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229 Synapses and signals in the peripheral sensory organs of taste Roper, S.D.
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230 Synphilin-1 induces hyperphagia-mediated obesity in mice Li, X.
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231 Targeted enhancement of oleoylethanolamide mobilization in proximal small intestine induces across-meal satiety in rats Fu, J.
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232 Taste of savoury foods does not need a fifth receptor type Booth, D.A.
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233 The acute effects of a lunch containing capsaicin on energy and substrate utilization, hormones, and satiety Smeets, A.
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234 The acute effects of a lunch containing resistant starch on energy and substrate utilization, ghrelin, GLP-1, PYY concentrations, and satiety Smeets, A.
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235 The appetite control benefit of a functional low fat yogurt Lluch, A.
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236 The association between food cravings and consumption of specific foods in a laboratory taste test Martin, Corby K.
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237 The central signaling pathways of amylin: A neuroanatomical study Potes, C.S.
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238 The effect of alcohol-paired contextual cues on responses to a novel alcoholic drink Birak, K.S.
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239 The effect of ghrelin on food and water intake during osmoregulatory challenges Mietlicki, E.G.
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240 The effect of viscosity on learned satiation Hogenkamp, P.
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241 The effects of egg-based breakfasts on cognitive performance in young adults D’anci, K.E.
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242 The effects of high-energy diets on modulatory learning processes Kanoski, S.E.
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243 The effects of modified sham feeding and variety on sensory specific satiety and food intake in humans Nolan, L.J.
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244 The effects of oleoylethanolamide on feeding behaviour involve hypothalamic oxytocin neurons Gaetani, S.
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245 The effects of overfeeding and propensity to weight gain on the neuronal responses to visual food cues Cornier, M.A.
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246 The greater superficial petrosal nerve is unnecessary for normal responsiveness to sucrose by rats in a brief-access test, regardless of trial length Blonde, G.D.
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247 The influence of warming and cooling of the tongue on the activity of ethanol/sucrose-responsive neurons in the parabrachial nuclei in the hamster Li, C.S.
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248 The involvement of interleukin-1 in the actions of galanin-like peptide on energy balance Lawrence, C.B.
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249 The lateral parabrachial nucleus controls hypertonic, not isotonic, NaCl intake De Luca Jr., L.A.
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250 The microtiter operant gustometer (MOG): Development of a high throughput (HT) operant taste discrimination assay Palmer, R.K.
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251 The modeling effect on women's eating: A study of the inhibitory norm hypothesis Yamasaki, M.
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252 The nucleus accumbens as integrator of feeding and satiety information in the control of motivation to eat Hoebel, B.G.
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253 The relationship between dietary energy density and energy intake Rolls, B.J.
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254 The relationships among restraint eating, drive for thinness, and sense of health in Japanese undergraduate females Tazaki, S.
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255 The role of gut hormones in bariatric surgery Le Roux, C.
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256 The role of hypothalamic mTORC1 signaling in diet-induced obesity Cota, D.
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257 The role of learning in expected satiety and decisions about portion size Brunstrom, J.M.
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258 The role of learning in expected satiety and decisions about portion size Brunstrom, J.M.
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259 The role of thermogenesis in antipsychotic drug-induced obesity Stefanidis, A.
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260 Three weeks of post-weaning exercise in DIO rats fed HE diet increases central leptin sensitivity and hypothalamic 125leptin receptor binding Patterson, C.M.
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261 Thylakoids promote satiety in healthy individuals Erlanson-Albertsson, C.
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262 Understanding sensory-specific satiety in a snack context Robins-Hobden, S.L.
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263 Varied exercise intensity and the effects on appetite and food consumption in lean young women Wuorinen, E.
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264 Varied exercise intensity and the effects on appetite and food consumption in lean young women Wuorinen, E.
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265 Venous versus capillary blood for the purposes of postprandial glucose testing in humans Kresge, D.L.
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266 Viscosity and sweet taste as determinants of caloric compensation in rats Martin, A.A.
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267 Visfatin expression in brown adipose tissue of C57BL/6J mice Huotari, A.
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268 What happens in our brain when we get ready for dinner? Merkestein, M.
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269 Who consumes functional foods and nutraceuticals in Canada? Herath, Deepananda
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270 Why some people eat in excess of their energy requirements: A new theory of food regulation Lovell-Smith, H.D.
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271 Within-meal eating rate and 1-h appetite in slow, medium, and fast paced eaters Andrade, A.M.
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272 Xéno-hormone exposure during pregnancy and lactation modify sweet preference of male but not female offspring BERGÈS, R.
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