Selected publications on feeding and obesityAuthors - Title - (Year) - Journal - PDF available - Internal PID - Database PK
An animal model of antipsychotic-induced weight gain.
Behav. Brain Res., 152:121-127, 2004.
D-Fenfluramine suppresses the increased calorie and carbohydrate intakes and improves the mood of women with premenstrual depression.
Obstet. & Gynecol., 76(2):296-391, 1990.
Plasma amino acid levels in obesity: Effects of insulin resistance.
Amino Acids in Health and Diseases: New Perspectives (S. Kaufman, ed.) Alan R. Liss, Inc., New York, pp.369-382, 1987.
Plasma amino acids and insulin levels in obesity: Response to carbohydrate intake and tryptophan supplements.
Metabolism, 37(7):672-676, 1988.
Differential effects of insulin resistance on leucine and glucose kinetics in obesity.
Metabolism, 40(1):51-58, 1991.
The ability of certain anorexic drugs to suppress food consumption depends on the nutrient composition of the test diet.
Life Sci., 35:1297-1300, 1984.
The effect of a carbohydrate-rich beverage on mood, appetite, and cognitive function in women with premenstrual syndrome.
Obstet. Gynecol., 86(4):520-528, 1995.
Neural control of dieting.
Nature, 380:488, 1996.
Weight gain and withdrawal symptoms after smoking cessation: A preventive intervention using d-fenfluramine.
Health Psychol., 10(3):216-223, 1991.
Efficacies of dexfenfluramine and fluoxetine in preventing weight gain after smoking cessation.
Am. J. Clin. Nutr., 62:1181-1187, 1995.
The effect of a novel dietary intervention on weight loss in psychotropic drug-induced obesity.
Psychopharm. Bull., 36(3):55-59, 2002.
Prior carbohydrate consumption affects the amount of carbohydrate that rats choose to eat.
J. Nutr., 113:70-78, 1983.
Fenfluramine and fluoxetine spare protein consumption while suppressing caloric intake by rats.
Science, 198:1178-1180, 1977.
Drugs that enhance central serotoninergic transmission diminish elective carbohydrate consumption by rats.
Life Sci., 24:895-904, 1979.
Non-nutritional uses of nutrients.
European Journal of Pharmacology, 668:S10-S15, 2011.
This old turkey of a theory is depressingly inaccurate..
Wurtman, R.J. This old turkey of a theory is depressingly inaccurate.. , A15:None, 2013.