David W. Pittman

Psychology Wofford College, Spartanburg, SC, United States 
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James C. Smith grad student Wofford College
Robert J. Contreras grad student 2001 Florida State
 (Dietary sodium chloride experience influences the development of salt taste mechanisms in rat: An anatomical and neurophysiological analysis.)
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Pittman DW, Dong G, Brantly AM, et al. (2020) Behavioral and neurophysiological taste responses to sweet and salt are diminished in a model of subclinical intestinal inflammation. Scientific Reports. 10: 17611
Nelson TS, Holstein SE, Baird JP, et al. (2019) Selective Stimulation of Central GABAα2,3,5 Receptors Increases Intake and Motivation to Consume Sucrose Solution in Rats. Neuroscience
Pittman DW, Hansen DR, Gilbertson TA. (2015) High-Fat Diet Alters the Orosensory Sensitivity to Fatty Acids in Obesity-Resistant but not Obesity-Prone Rats. Journal of Molecular and Genetic Medicine : An International Journal of Biomedical Research. 9
Pittman DW. (2012) Ring my bell: the Healthy Eating Decisions program. Childhood Obesity (Print). 8: 255-9
Pittman DW, McGinnis MR, Richardson LM, et al. (2012) Multiple processes underlie benzodiazepine-mediated increases in the consumption of accepted and avoided stimuli. Chemical Senses. 37: 431-44
Pittman DW, Parker JS, Getz BR, et al. (2012) Cost-free and sustainable incentive increases healthy eating decisions during elementary school lunch. International Journal of Obesity (2005). 36: 76-9
Pittman DW, Smith KR, Crawley ME, et al. (2008) Orosensory detection of fatty acids by obesity-prone and obesity-resistant rats: strain and sex differences. Chemical Senses. 33: 449-60
Pittman D, Crawley ME, Corbin CH, et al. (2007) Chorda tympani nerve transection impairs the gustatory detection of free fatty acids in male and female rats. Brain Research. 1151: 74-83
Pittman DW, Labban CE, Anderson AA, et al. (2006) Linoleic and oleic acids alter the licking responses to sweet, salt, sour, and bitter tastants in rats. Chemical Senses. 31: 835-43
McCormack DN, Clyburn VL, Pittman DW. (2006) Detection of free fatty acids following a conditioned taste aversion in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 87: 582-94
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