Elliot Valenstein

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
Behavioral Neuroscience
"Elliot Valenstein"
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Berridge KC, Valenstein ES. (1991) What psychological process mediates feeding evoked by electrical stimulation of the lateral hypothalamus? Behavioral Neuroscience. 105: 3-14
Mittleman G, Castañeda E, Robinson TE, et al. (1986) The propensity for nonregulatory ingestive behavior is related to differences in dopamine systems: behavioral and biochemical evidence. Behavioral Neuroscience. 100: 213-20
Mittleman G, Valenstein ES. (1986) Unilateral substantia nigra lesions and schedule-induced polydipsia. Physiology & Behavior. 36: 437-40
Mittleman G, Fray PJ, Valenstein ES. (1985) Asymmetry in the effects of unilateral 6-OHDA lesions on eating and drinking evoked by hypothalamic stimulation. Behavioural Brain Research. 15: 263-7
Mittleman G, Valenstein ES. (1985) Individual differences in non-regulatory ingestive behavior and catecholamine systems. Brain Research. 348: 112-7
Mittleman G, Valenstein ES. (1984) Ingestive behavior evoked by hypothalamic stimulation and schedule-induced polydipsia are related. Science (New York, N.Y.). 224: 415-7
Valenstein E, Lieblich I, Dinar R, et al. (1982) Relation between eating evoked by lateral hypothalamic stimulation and tail pinch in different rat strains. Behavioral and Neural Biology. 34: 271-82
Mittleman G, Valenstein ES. (1981) Strain differences in eating and drinking evoked by electrical stimulation of the hypothalamus. Physiology & Behavior. 26: 371-8
Bachus SE, Valenstein ES. (1979) Individual behavioral responses to hypothalamic stimulation persist despite destruction of tissue surrounding electrode tip. Physiology & Behavior. 23: 421-6
Napoli A, Powers JB, Valenstein ES. (1972) Hormonal induction of behavioral estrus modified by electrical stimulation of hypothalamus. Physiology & Behavior. 9: 115-7
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