James E. Cox, Ph.D.

Psychology University of Alabama, Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States 
physiological controls of food intake and body weight
"James E. Cox"


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Terry L. Powley grad student 1980 Yale
 (The role of autonomic reflexes in the ventromedial hypothalamic syndrome)


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Luke E. Stoeckel grad student 2003-2008 UAB
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Weller RE, Avsar KB, Cox JE, et al. (2014) Delay discounting and task performance consistency in patients with schizophrenia. Psychiatry Research. 215: 286-93
Avsar KB, Weller RE, Cox JE, et al. (2013) An fMRI investigation of delay discounting in patients with schizophrenia. Brain and Behavior. 3: 384-401
Stoeckel LE, Murdaugh DL, Cox JE, et al. (2013) Greater impulsivity is associated with decreased brain activation in obese women during a delay discounting task. Brain Imaging and Behavior. 7: 116-28
Murdaugh DL, Cox JE, Cook EW, et al. (2012) fMRI reactivity to high-calorie food pictures predicts short- and long-term outcome in a weight-loss program. Neuroimage. 59: 2709-21
Kishinevsky FI, Cox JE, Murdaugh DL, et al. (2012) fMRI reactivity on a delay discounting task predicts weight gain in obese women. Appetite. 58: 582-92
Stoeckel LE, Kim J, Weller RE, et al. (2009) Effective connectivity of a reward network in obese women. Brain Research Bulletin. 79: 388-95
Weller R, Murdaugh D, Stoeckel L, et al. (2009) Impulsivity predicts less executive system activation on difficult decisions in obese women performing a delay discounting task Neuroimage. 47: S178
Weller RE, Cook EW, Avsar KB, et al. (2008) Obese women show greater delay discounting than healthy-weight women. Appetite. 51: 563-9
Stoeckel LE, Weller RE, Cook EW, et al. (2008) Widespread reward-system activation in obese women in response to pictures of high-calorie foods. Neuroimage. 41: 636-47
Stoeckel LE, Weller RE, Giddings M, et al. (2008) Peptide YY levels are associated with appetite suppression in response to long-chain fatty acids. Physiology & Behavior. 93: 289-95
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