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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

Entries in Commentaries or Editorials (8)

Monday
Jan122015

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.

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. PDF. Link to original source

Thursday
Oct242013

The next generation of obesity treatments: Beyond suppressing appetite. Front Psychol

Avena NM, Murray S, Gold MS (2013) The next generation of obesity treatments: Beyond suppressing appetite. Front Psychol 4: 721. PDF

Tuesday
Jul232013

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

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. PDF

Wednesday
Nov142012

Tossing the baby out with the bathwater after a brief rinse? The potential downside of dismissing food addiction based on limited data

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. PDF

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

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