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BOOKS

Why Diets Fail
(2013)

Animal Models of Eating Disorders
(2012)

Hedonic Eating
(2015)

What to Eat When You're Pregnant
(2015)

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Wednesday
Nov022011

Editorial: Food and Addiction: Implications and relevance to eating disorders and obesity

Avena NM (2011) Editorial: Food and Addiction: Implications and relevance to eating disorders and obesity. Curr Drug Abuse Rev 4(3): 131-2. PDF

Wednesday
Nov022011

Rats that binge eat fat-rich food do not show somatic signs or anxiety associated with opiate-like withdrawal: Implications for nutrient-specific food addiction behaviors.

Bocarsly M, Berner LA, Hoebel BG, Avena NM. (2011) Rats that binge eat fat-rich food do not show somatic signs or anxiety associated with opiate-like withdrawal: Implications for nutrient-specific food addiction behaviors. Phys Behav 104(5): 865-72. PDF

Tuesday
Sep132011

Food addiction: Analysis with an animal model of sugar bingeing

Avena NM, Bocarsly ME, Hoebel BG (2011) Food addiction: Analysis with an animal model of sugar bingeing. In: Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition. Preedy, VR et al. (Eds.). New York: Springer Science and Business Media. p. 1687-1704. Request PDF.

Tuesday
Sep062011

Food and addiction: Sugars, fats and hedonic overeating. Invited commentary

Avena NM, Gold MS. (2011) Food and addiction: Sugars, fats and hedonic overeating. Invited commentary on: Gearhert et al., Can food be addictive?: Public health and policy implications. Addiction 106(7): 1214-5. PDF

Wednesday
Aug102011

Implications of food addiction and drug use in obesity

Avena NM, Wang M, Gold MS. (2011) Implications of food addiction and drug use in obesity. Psychiatric Annals 41(10): 478-482. Request PDF.

Tuesday
Jul052011

Variety and hyperpalatability: Are they promoting addictive overeating

Avena NM, Gold MS. (2011) Variety and hyperpalatability: Are they promoting addictive overeating? AM J Clin Nut 94(2): 367-8. PDF

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