Philip Teitelbaum

University of Florida, Gainesville, Gainesville, FL, United States 
"Philip Teitelbaum"
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Eliot Stellar grad student 1954 Johns Hopkins
 (Sensory Control of Hypothalamic Hyperphagia)


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Bart G. Hoebel grad student Princeton
John F. Marshall grad student
Bartley G. Hoebel grad student 1963 Penn
Richard S. Wampler grad student 1965-1969 Penn
Peter Shizgal grad student 1971-1972 Penn
Sergio M. Pellis post-doc University of Florida
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Teitelbaum P. (2012) Some useful insights for graduate students beginning their research in physiological psychology: anecdotes and attitudes. Behavioural Brain Research. 231: 234-49
Teitelbaum O, Benton T, Shah PK, et al. (2004) Eshkol-Wachman movement notation in diagnosis: the early detection of Asperger's syndrome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 101: 11909-14
Teitelbaum P. (2003) A proposed primate animal model of autism. European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 12: 48-9
Teitelbaum P, Teitelbaum O, Nye J, et al. (1998) Movement analysis in infancy may be useful for early diagnosis of autism. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 95: 13982-7
Behrman AL, Teitelbaum P, Cauraugh JH. (1998) Verbal instructional sets to normalise the temporal and spatial gait variables in Parkinson's disease. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry. 65: 580-2
Golani I, Einat H, Tchernichovski O, et al. (1997) Keeping the Body Straight in the Unconstrained Locomotion of Normal and Dopamine-Stimulant-Treated Rats. Journal of Motor Behavior. 29: 99-112
Teitelbaum P, Stricker EM. (1994) Compound complementarities in the study of motivated behavior. Psychological Review. 101: 312-7
Cordover AJ, Pellis SM, Teitelbaum P. (1993) Haloperidol exaggerates proprioceptive-tactile support reflexes and diminishes vestibular dominance over them. Behavioural Brain Research. 56: 197-201
Pellis SM, Pellis VC, Teitelbaum P. (1991) Air righting without the cervical righting reflex in adult rats. Behavioural Brain Research. 45: 185-8
Pellis SM, Pellis VC, Teitelbaum P. (1991) Labyrinthine and other supraspinal inhibitory controls over head-and-body ventroflexion. Behavioural Brain Research. 46: 99-102
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