John D. Davis

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Columbia University, New York, NY 
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Wirtshafter D, Davis JD, Stratford TR. (2011) Inactivation of the median raphe nucleus increases intake of sucrose solutions: a microstructural analysis. Behavioral Neuroscience. 125: 529-40
Steadman PL, Tremont G, Davis JD. (2007) Premorbid relationship satisfaction and caregiver burden in dementia caregivers. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology. 20: 115-9
Eisen S, Davis JD, Rauhofer E, et al. (2001) Gastric negative feedback produced by volume and nutrient during a meal in rats. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 281: R1201-14
Davis JD, Breslin PA. (2000) A behavioral analysis of the ingestion of glucose, maltose and maltooligosaccharide by rats. Physiology & Behavior. 69: 477-85
Breslin PA, Davis JD, Rosenak R. (1996) Saccharin increases the effectiveness of glucose in stimulating ingestion in rats but has little effect on negative feedback. Physiology & Behavior. 60: 411-6
Asin KE, Davis JD, Bednarz L. (1992) Differential effects of serotonergic and catecholaminergic drugs on ingestive behavior. Psychopharmacology. 109: 415-21
Schneider LH, Davis JD, Watson CA, et al. (1990) Similar effect of raclopride and reduced sucrose concentration on the microstructure of sucrose sham feeding. European Journal of Pharmacology. 186: 61-70
Brief DJ, Davis JD. (1984) Reduction of food intake and body weight by chronic intraventricular insulin infusion. Brain Research Bulletin. 12: 571-5
Campbell CS, Tabor J, Davis JD. (1983) Small effect of brown adipose tissue and major effect of photoperiod on body weight in hamsters (Mesocricetus auratus). Physiology & Behavior. 30: 349-52
Brief DJ, Davis JD. (1982) Diabetes enhances the palatability of glycerol and glucose. Physiology & Behavior. 29: 561-6
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