Amy M. Naleid, Ph.D.

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, Minneapolis, MN 
ingestive behavior
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Allen S. Levine grad student 2005 UMN
 (The role of mesolimbic opioids in food intake reward.)
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Naleid AM, Grimm JW, Kessler DA, et al. (2008) Deconstructing the vanilla milkshake: the dominant effect of sucrose on self-administration of nutrient-flavor mixtures. Appetite. 50: 128-38
Naleid AM, Grace MK, Chimukangara M, et al. (2007) Paraventricular opioids alter intake of high-fat but not high-sucrose diet depending on diet preference in a binge model of feeding. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 293: R99-105
Cummings DE, Naleid AM, Figlewicz Lattemann DP. (2007) Ghrelin: a link between energy homeostasis and drug abuse? Addiction Biology. 12: 1-5
Figlewicz DP, MacDonald Naleid A, Sipols AJ. (2007) Modulation of food reward by adiposity signals. Physiology & Behavior. 91: 473-8
Lattemann DF, Sanders NM, Naleid AM, et al. (2007) Integration of peripheral adiposity signals and psychological controls of appetite Appetite and Body Weight. 167-190
Figlewicz DP, Bennett JL, Naleid AM, et al. (2006) Intraventricular insulin and leptin decrease sucrose self-administration in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 89: 611-6
Naleid AM, Grace MK, Cummings DE, et al. (2005) Ghrelin induces feeding in the mesolimbic reward pathway between the ventral tegmental area and the nucleus accumbens. Peptides. 26: 2274-9
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