Lindsey A. Schier, Ph.D.

Psychological Sciences Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States 
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KinHo Chan research assistant 2000-2004 Hartwick College
Terry L. Powley grad student 2011 Purdue
 (Evaluating the gastrointestinal taste hypothesis with a novel behavioral paradigm: Rats exhibit stimulus-bound suppression of ongoing ingestion to intraduodenal bitter or sweet stimuli associated with malaise.)
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Davidson TL, Tracy AL, Schier LA, et al. (2014) A view of obesity as a learning and memory disorder. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 40: 261-79
Schier LA, Davidson TL, Powley TL. (2012) Rapid stimulus-bound suppression of intake in response to an intraduodenal nonnutritive sweetener after training with nutritive sugars predicting malaise. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 302: R1351-63
Schier LA, Davidson TL, Powley TL. (2011) Ongoing ingestive behavior is rapidly suppressed by a preabsorptive, intestinal "bitter taste" cue. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 301: R1557-68
Schier L, Davidson T, Powley T. (2011) Rapid detection of “taste” stimuli in the intestine suppresses ongoing ingestive behavior Appetite. 57: S39
Horton J, Schier L, Davidson T, et al. (2010) Pre-exposure to intragastric or intraduodenal denatonium reduces its reinforcing efficacy Appetite. 54: 651
Schier L, Swoverland E, Davidson T, et al. (2009) The varied influences of intestinal ‘bitter taste’ on ingestive behavior Appetite. 52: 856
Davidson TL, Kanoski SE, Schier LA, et al. (2007) A potential role for the hippocampus in energy intake and body weight regulation. Current Opinion in Pharmacology. 7: 613-6
Powley TL, Chi MM, Schier LA, et al. (2005) Obesity: should treatments target visceral afferents? Physiology & Behavior. 86: 698-708
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