Micah Leshem

University of Haifa, Haifa, Haifa District, Israel 
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John Blundell grad student 1971-1776 University of Leeds (United Kingdom)
 (John's first PhD student)


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Alan N. Epstein collaborator 1986-1991 Penn
Eliot Stellar collaborator 1991-1992 Penn
Simon Thornton collaborator 2003-2004 University of Nancy (France)
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Shachar-Dadon A, Gueron-Sela N, Weintraub Z, et al. (2016) Pre-Conception War Exposure and Mother and Child Adjustment 4 Years Later. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology
Leshem M. (2015) Does salt increase thirst? Appetite. 85: 70-5
Bock J, Poeschel J, Schindler J, et al. (2014) Transgenerational sex-specific impact of preconception stress on the development of dendritic spines and dendritic length in the medial prefrontal cortex. Brain Structure & Function
Hendi K, Leshem M. (2014) Salt appetite in the elderly. The British Journal of Nutrition. 112: 1621-7
Goldstein P, Leshem M. (2014) Dietary sodium, added salt, and serum sodium associations with growth and depression in the U.S. general population. Appetite. 79: 83-90
Zaidan H, Leshem M, Gaisler-Salomon I. (2013) Prereproductive stress to female rats alters corticotropin releasing factor type 1 expression in ova and behavior and brain corticotropin releasing factor type 1 expression in offspring. Biological Psychiatry. 74: 680-7
Goldzak-Kunik G, Friedman R, Spitz M, et al. (2012) Intact sensory function in anorexia nervosa. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 95: 272-82
Leshem M, Schulkin J. (2012) Transgenerational effects of infantile adversity and enrichment in male and female rats. Developmental Psychobiology. 54: 169-86
Verd S, Nadal-Amat J, Gich I, et al. (2010) Salt preference of nursing mothers is associated with earlier cessation of exclusive breastfeeding. Appetite. 54: 233-6
Leshem M. (2009) The excess salt appetite of humans is not due to sodium loss in adulthood. Physiology & Behavior. 98: 331-7
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