Paul F. Aravich, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology Brooklyn College - City University of New York 
Area:
Appetite, Obesity
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Aravich PF, Stanley EZ, Doerries LE. (1995) Exercise in food-restricted rats produces 2DG feeding and metabolic abnormalities similar to anorexia nervosa. Physiology & Behavior. 57: 147-53
Ness JW, Marshall TR, Aravich PF. (1995) Effects of rearing condition on activity-induced weight loss. Developmental Psychobiology. 28: 165-73
Rieg TS, Aravich PF. (1994) Systemic clonidine increases feeding and wheel running but does not affect rate of weight loss in rats subjected to activity-based anorexia. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 47: 215-8
Rieg TS, Maestrello AM, Aravich PF. (1994) Weight cycling alters the effects of D-fenfluramine on susceptibility to activity-based anorexia. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 60: 494-500
Aravich PF, Doerries LE, Rieg TS. (1994) Exercise-induced weight loss in the rat and anorexia nervosa. Appetite. 23: 196
Rieg TS, Doerries LE, O'Shea JG, et al. (1993) Water deprivation produces an exercise-induced weight loss phenomenon in the rat. Physiology & Behavior. 53: 607-10
Rieg TS, Ahmed I, Lauterio TJ, et al. (1993) Fluoxetine induces thymus oxytocin abnormalities in activity-based anorexia. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 689: 465-8
Aravich PF, Downing SN, Stanley EZ, et al. (1993) Activity-stress ulcers are associated with increased gastric mucosal vasopressin content. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 689: 461-4
Almenoff PL, Rieg TS, Lauterio TJ, et al. (1993) Lung-immunoreactive vasopressin is increased by exercise and decreased by obesity in the rat. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 689: 458-60
Lauterio TJ, Rieg TS, Ahmed I, et al. (1993) Fluoxetine induced insulin-like growth factor II (IGF-II) changes in hypothalami of normal, exercised and food restricted rats. Regulatory Peptides. 48: 21-8
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