Francois Lucas, Ph.D.

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Ackroff K, Lucas F, Sclafani A. (2005) Flavor preference conditioning as a function of fat source. Physiology & Behavior. 85: 448-60
Lucas F, Sclafani A. (1999) Flavor preferences conditioned by high-fat versus high-carbohydrate diets vary as a function of session length. Physiology & Behavior. 66: 389-95
Lucas F, Sclafani A. (1999) Differential reinforcing and satiating effects of intragastric fat and carbohydrate infusions in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 66: 381-8
Lucas F, Ackroff K, Sclafani A. (1998) High-fat diet preference and overeating mediated by postingestive factors in rats. American Journal of Physiology. Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology. 275: R1511-R1522
Lucas F, Ackroff K, Sclafani A. (1998) High-fat diet preference and overeating mediated by postingestive factors in rats. The American Journal of Physiology. 275: R1511-22
Pérez C, Lucas F, Sclafani A. (1998) Increased flavor acceptance and preference conditioned by the postingestive actions of glucose. Physiology & Behavior. 64: 483-92
Pérez C, Lucas F, Sclafani A. (1998) Devazepide, a CCK(A) antagonist, attenuates the satiating but not the preference conditioning effects of intestinal carbohydrate infusions in rats. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior. 59: 451-7
Lucas F, Azzara AV, Sclafani A. (1997) Flavor preferences conditioned by intragastric polycose in rats: more concentrated polycose is not always more reinforcing. Physiology & Behavior. 63: 7-14
van Liere MJ, Lucas F, Clavel F, et al. (1997) Relative validity and reproducibility of a French dietary history questionnaire. International Journal of Epidemiology. 26: S128-36
Lucas F, Sclafani A. (1996) Capsaicin attenuates feeding suppression but not reinforcement by intestinal nutrients. The American Journal of Physiology. 270: R1059-64
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