Paul F. Aravich, Ph.D.

Psychology Brooklyn College - City University of New York 
Appetite, Obesity
"Paul Aravich"
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Clough RW, Aravich PF, Phelps CJ. (1992) Prolactin response to anesthetic stress and beta-endorphin is altered in female rats treated neonatally with monosodium glutamate. Neuropeptides. 22: 129-35
Sladek CD, Devine MA, Felten SY, et al. (1988) Abnormalities in hypothalamic and neurohypophysial vasopressin content are not a consequence of hypertension in the spontaneously hypertensive rat. Brain Research. 445: 39-46
Sladek CD, Chen YH, Aravich PF, et al. (1987) Osmotic regulation of vasopressin and renin in spontaneously hypertensive rats. Hypertension. 10: 476-83
Silverman WF, Aravich PF, Collier TJ, et al. (1987) Reinnervation of transplanted hypothalamic neurons by host aminergic fibers in rats. Brain Research. 412: 375-80
Silverman WF, Aravich PF, Collier TJ, et al. (1987) Catecholamine fibers form synaptic contacts with hypothalamic neurons transplanted adjacent to the medial forebrain bundle in rats Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 495: 788-791
Aravich PF, Sladek CD. (1986) Vasopressin and glucoprivic-feeding behavior: a new perspective on an 'old' peptide. Brain Research. 385: 245-52
Clough RW, Aravich PF, Sladek CD. (1986) Monosodium glutamate neurotoxicity: a sex-specific impairment of blood pressure but not vasopressin in developing rats. Brain Research Bulletin. 17: 51-8
Faust IM, Miller WH, Sclafani A, et al. (1984) Diet-dependent hyperplastic growth of adipose tissue in hypothalamic obese rats. The American Journal of Physiology. 247: R1038-46
Sclafani A, Aravich PF. (1983) Macronutrient self-selection in three forms of hypothalamic obesity. The American Journal of Physiology. 244: R686-94
Aravich PF, Sclafani A. (1983) Paraventricular hypothalamic lesions and medial hypothalamic knife cuts produce similar hyperphagia syndromes. Behavioral Neuroscience. 97: 970-83
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