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Running and addiction: precipitated withdrawal in a rat model of activity-based anorexia." Behavioral Neuroscience. 2009;123:905-912."
Sucrose-induced obesity impairs novel object recognition learning in young rats." Physiology & Behavior. 2009;96:1-5."
Chronic creatine supplementation alters depression-like behavior in rodents in a sex-dependent manner." Neuropsychopharmacology. 2010;35:534-546."
Foods that are perceived as healthy or unhealthy differentially alter young women's state body image." Appetite. 2011;57:384-387."
Potential consequences of obesity on cognitive behavior." In: Kanarek RB, Lieberman HR, eds. Diet, Brain and Behavior: Practical Implications. New York City, NY: Taylor and Francis; 2011."
A Potential Role for Creatine in Drug Abuse?" Molecular Neurobiology. 2011."
ObesiTY: How television is influencing the obesity epidemic." Physiology and Behavior. Submitted."