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  1. Ivezaj V, Stoeckel LE, Avena NM, Benoit SC, Conason A, Davis JF, Gearhardt AN, Goldman R, Mitchell JE, Ochner CN, Saules KK, Steffen KJ, Stice E, Sogg S. (2017) Obesity and addiction: can a complication of surgery help us understand the connection? Obes Rev. Jul;18(7):765-775. doi: 10.1111/obr.12542. Epub 2017 Apr 21. Review.
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  2. Eneva KT, Murray S, O'Garro-Moore J, Yiu A, Alloy LB, Avena NM, Chen EY. (2017) Reward and punishment sensitivity and disordered eating behaviors in men and women. J Eat Disord. Feb 16;5:6.
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  3. Wiss DA, Criscitelli K, Gold M, Avena NM. (2017) Preclinical evidence for the addiction potential of highly palatable foods: Current developments related to maternal influence. Appetite. Aug 1;115:19-27.
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  4. Criscitelli K, Avena NM. (2016) The neurobiological and behavioral overlaps of nicotine and food addiction. Prev Med. Nov;92:82-89.
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  5. Murray SM, Tulloch AJ, Chen EY, Avena NM. (2015) Insights revealed by rodent models of sugar binge eating. CNS Spectr. Dec;20(6):530-6.
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  6. Schulte EM, Avena NM, Gearhardt AN (2015). Which foods may be addictive? The roles of processing, fat content, and glycemic load. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0117959.
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  7. Tulloch AJ, Murray S, Vaicekonyte R, Avena NM. (2015) Neural Responses to Macronutrients-Hedonic and Homeostatic Mechanisms. Gastroenterology 148(6):1205-18.
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  8. Avena NM, Potenza MN, Gold MS (2015). Why are we consuming so much sugar despite knowing too much can harm us? JAMA 175(1): 145-6.
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  9. Murray S, Kroll C, Avena NM (2015). Food and addiction among the ageing population. Ageing Res Rev 20C: 79-85.
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  10. Hill JO, Berridge K, Avena NM, Ziauddeen H, Alonso-Alonso M, Allison DB, Khan NA, Kelley M (2014). Neurocognition: The food-brain connection. Adv Nutr 5: 544-6.
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  11. Avena NM, Murray S, Bocarsly ME, Gold MS (2014). Effects of baclofen and naltrexone, alone and in combination, on the consumption of palatable food in male rats. Exp Clin Psychopharmacol 22(5):460-7.
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  12. Murray S, Tulloch A, Gold MS, Avena NM (2014). Hormonal and neural mechanisms of food reward, eating behaviour and obesity. Nature Reviews Endocrinology 10(9): 540-552. .
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  13. Orsini CA, Ginton G, Shimp KG, Avena NM, Gold MS, Setlow B (2014). Food consumption and weight gain after cessation of chronic amphetamine administration. Appetite 78:76-80.
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  14. Bocarsly ME, Hoebel BG, Paredes D, von Loga I, Murray SM, Wang M, Arolfo MP, Yao L, Diamond I, Avena NM (2014). GS 455534 selectively suppresses binge eating of palatable food and attenuates dopaminerelease in the accumbens of sugar-bingeing rats. Behav Pharmacol 25(2): 147-57.
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  15. Heymsfield SB, Avena NM, Baier L, Brantley P, Bray GA et al. (2014). Hyperphagia: Current concepts and future directions proceedings of the 2nd international conference on hyperphagia. Obesity 22: Suppl 1.
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  16. Ahmed SH, Avena NM, Berridge KC, Gearhardt AN, Guillem K (2013). Food Addiction. In: Springer Encyclopedia: Neuroscience in the 21st Century. Pfaff, DW (Ed.). New York, NY: Springer. Chapter 97, p. 2833-57.
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  17. Avena NM, Murray S, Gold MS (2013) The next generation of obesity treatments: Beyond suppressing appetite. Front Psychol 4: 721.
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  18. Gold MS, Avena NM (2013) Animal models lead the way to further understanding food addiction as well as providing evidence that drugs used successfully in addictions can be successful in treating overeating. Biol Psychiatry 74(7):e11.
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  19. Yarnell S, Oscar-Berman M, Avena NM, Blum K, Gold MS (2013) Pharmacotherapies for Overeating and Obesity. J Genet Syndr Gene Ther 4: 131.
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  20. Avena NM, Murray S, Gold MS (2013). Comparing the effects of food restriction and overeating on brain reward systems. Exp Gerontol 48(10):1062-7.
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  21. Avena NM, Gearhardt A, Gold MS, Wang GJ, Potenza MN (2012). Tossing the baby out with the bathwater after a brief rinse? The potential downside of dismissing food addiction based on limited data. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 13: 514.
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  22. Avena NM, Rada PV. (2012) Cholinergic modulation of food and drug satiety and withdrawal. Phys Behav 106(3): 332-6.
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  23. Bocarsly ME, Barson JR, Hauca J, Hoebel BG, Leibowitz SF, Avena NM (2012) Effects of perinatal exposure to palatable diets on body weight and sensitivity to drugs of abuse in rats. Physiol Behav 107(4): 568-75.
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  24. Bocarsly ME and Avena NM (2012). Animal Models of Binge Eating Palatable Foods: Emergence of Addiction-Like Behaviors and Brain Changes in the Rat. In: Animal Models of Eating Disorders. Avena NM (Ed.). New York, NY: Humana Press. Chapter 11, p. 179-191. Request
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  25. Rada P, Avena NM, Barson JR, Hoebel BG, Leibowitz SF (2012). A high-fat meal, or intraperitoneal administration of a fat emulsion, increases extracellular dopamine in the nucleus accumbens. Brain Sci 2(2): 242-53.
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