Robert A. Boakes

University of Sydney, Camperdown, New South Wales, Australia 
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Rehn S, Boakes RA, Badolato CJ, et al. (2021) Sex differences in recovery from cognitive and metabolic impairments induced by supplementary sucrose in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 113515
Colagiuri B, Park J, Barnes K, et al. (2021) Pre-exposure, but not overshadowing, inhibits nocebo hyperalgesia. The Journal of Pain
Kendig MD, Martire SI, Boakes RA, et al. (2020) Comparable metabolic effects of isocaloric sucrose and glucose solutions in rats. Physiology & Behavior. 113239
Boakes RA, Rehn S, Badolato C, et al. (2020) Reduced acceptance of saccharin solutions by rats previously consuming more highly palatable solutions. Physiology & Behavior. 112822
Morahan HL, Leenaars CHC, Boakes RA, et al. (2019) Metabolic and behavioural effects of prenatal exposure to non-nutritive sweeteners: A systematic review and meta-analysis of rodent models. Physiology & Behavior. 112696
Rehn S, Boakes RA. (2019) Bingeing in rats: Persistence of high intakes of palatable solutions induced by 1-day-in-4 intermittent access. Physiology & Behavior
Mills L, Boakes RA, Colagiuri B. (2018) The effect of dose expectancies on caffeine withdrawal symptoms during tapered dose reduction. Journal of Psychopharmacology (Oxford, England). 269881118817158
Rehn S, Onuma T, Rooney KB, et al. (2018) Sodium saccharin can be more acceptable to rats than pure saccharin. Behavioural Processes
Kendig MD, Fu MX, Rehn S, et al. (2018) Metabolic and cognitive improvement from switching to saccharin or water following chronic consumption by female rats of 10% sucrose solution. Physiology & Behavior
Kendig MD, Boakes RA, Corbit LH. (2018) Variety overcomes the specificity of cue-potentiated feeding in rats. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Animal Learning and Cognition. 44: 56-66
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