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Publications of Warren G. Hall    :chronological  alphabetical  combined  bibtex listing:

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Journal Articles

  1. Due, D.L., Huettel, S.A., W.G., & Rubin, D.C. (2002). Activation in Mesolimbic and Visuospatial Neural Circuits Elicited by Smoking Cues: Evidence from Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging. American Journal of Psychiatry, 159, 954-960.
  2. Changizi, MA; McGeHee, R; Hall, WG (2002). Appetitive Responses to Dehydration and Food-Deprivation are Learned. Psychological Behavior, 75, 295-304.
  3. Changizi, MA; Hall, WG (2001). Thirst modulates a perception.. Perception, 30(12), 1489-1497. [11817755], [doi]  [abs]
  4. Myers, KP; Hal, WG (2001). Experience with Drinking While Dehydrated is Required for Weanling Rats to Acquire an Appetitive Response to Cellular Dehydration. Development Psychobiology, 38, 145-153.
  5. Coyle, S; Arnold, HM; Goldberg-Arnold, JS; Rubin, DC; Hall, WG (2000). Olfactory conditioning facilitates diet transition in human infants., 37(3), 144-152. [11044862], [doi]  [abs]
  6. Myers, KP; Hall, WG (2000). Conditioned changes in appetitive and consummatory responses to flavors paired with oral or nutrient reinforcement among adult rats.. Physiology & Behavior, 68(5), 603-610. [10764888], [doi]  [abs]
  7. Hall, WG; Arnold, HM; Myers, KP (2000). The acquisition of an appetite.. Psychological Science, 11(2), 101-105. [11273415], [doi]  [abs]
  8. Myers, KP; Hall, WG (1998). Evidence that oral and nutrient reinforcers differentially condition appetitive and consummatory responses to flavors.. Physiology & Behavior, 64(4), 493-500. [9761223], [doi]  [abs]
  9. Swithers, SE; Westneat, MW; Hall, WG (1998). Electromyographic analysis of oral habituation in rat pups.. Physiology & Behavior, 63(2), 197-203. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  10. Myers, K; Hall, WG (1997). Sensitization of ingestive responding and activity in developing rats. Behav. Neurosci., 111, 413-423.
  11. Kucharski, D; Arnold, HM; Hall, WG (1995). Unilateral conditioning of an odor aversion in 6-day-old rat pups.. Behavioral Neuroscience, 109(3), 563-566. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  12. Swithers, SE; Hall, WG (1994). Does oral experience terminate ingestion?. Appetite, 23(2), 113-138. [7864607], [doi]  [abs]
  13. Swithers-Mulvey, SE; Hall, WG (1993). Integration of oral habituation and gastric signals in decerebrate rat pups.. The American Journal of Physiology, 265(1 Pt 2), R216-R219. [8342690], [doi]  [abs]
  14. Warwick, ZS; Hall, WG; Pappas, TN; Schiffman, SS (1993). Taste and smell sensations enhance the satiating effect of both a high-carbohydrate and a high-fat meal in humans.. Physiology & Behavior, 53(3), 553-563. [8451323], [doi]  [abs]
  15. Swithers-Mulvey, SE; Hall, WG (1992). Control of ingestion by oral habituation in rat pups.. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106(4), 710-717. [1503662], [doi]  [abs]
  16. Westneat, MW; Hall, WG (1992). Ontogeny of feeding motor patterns in infant rats: an electromyographic analysis of suckling and chewing.. Behavioral Neuroscience, 106(3), 539-554. [1616619], [doi]  [abs]
  17. Swithers-Mulvey, SE; Mishu, KR; Hall, WG (1992). Oral habituation in rat pups is in the brainstem.. Physiology & Behavior, 51(3), 639-642. [1523239], [doi]  [abs]
  18. Hall, WG; Swithers-Mulvey, SE (1992). Developmental strategies in the analysis of ingestive behavior.. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 662, 1-15. [1456634], [doi]
  19. Phifer, CB; Denzinger, A; Hall, WG (1991). The early presence of food-oriented appetitive behavior in developing rats.. Developmental Psychobiology, 24(7), 453-461. [1797591], [doi]  [abs]
  20. Swithers-Mulvey, SE; Miller, GL; Hall, WG (1991). Habituation of oromotor responding to oral infusions in rat pups.. Appetite, 17(1), 55-67. [1952916], [doi]  [abs]
  21. Hall, WG; Swithers-Mulvey, SE; Agrawal, CM; Burka, NR; Horner, J; Menacherry, S (1991). Analysis of 2-DG autoradiograms using image-averaging and image-differencing procedures for systems-level description of neurobehavioral function.. Physiology & Behavior, 50(1), 109-119. [1946702], [doi]  [abs]
  22. Phifer, CB; Ladd, MD; Hall, WG (1991). Effects of hydrational state on ingestion in infant rats: is dehydration the only ingestive stimulus?. Physiology & Behavior, 49(4), 695-699. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  23. Hall, WG; Swithers Mulvey, SE (1991). On Rowland's "When is a (sham) drink a (sham) feed?" and Midkiff's response. Ssiblings, 4, 6.
  24. King, C; Hall, WG (1990). Developmental change in unilateral olfactory habituation is mediated by anterior commissure maturation.. Behavioral Neuroscience, 104(5), 796-807. [2244986], [doi]  [abs]
  25. Kucharski, D; Burka, N; Hall, WG (1990). The anterior limb of the anterior commissure is an access route to contralateral stored olfactory preference memories. Psychobiology, 18(2), 195-204. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  26. Swithers, SE; Hall, WG (1989). A nutritive control of independent ingestion in rat pups emerges by nine days of age.. Physiology & Behavior, 46(5), 873-879. [2516909], [doi]  [abs]
  27. Hall, WG (1989). Neural systems for early independent ingestion: regional metabolic changes during ingestive responding and dehydration.. Behavioral Neuroscience, 103(2), 386-411. [2706082], [doi]  [abs]
  28. Saperstein, LA; Kucharski, D; Stanton, ME; Hall, WG (1989). Developmental change in reversal learning of an olfactory discrimination. Psychobiology, 17(3), 293-299. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  29. Phifer, CB; Hall, WG (1988). Ingestive behavior in preweanling rats: emergence of postgastric controls.. The American Journal of Physiology, 255(2 Pt 2), R191-R199. [3407798], [doi]  [abs]
  30. Kucharski, D; Hall, WG (1988). Developmental change in the access to olfactory memories.. Behavioral Neuroscience, 102(3), 340-348. [3395445], [doi]  [abs]
  31. Sullivan, RM; Hall, WG (1988). Reinforcers in infancy: classical conditioning using stroking or intra-oral infusions of milk as UCS.. Developmental Psychobiology, 21(3), 215-223. [3371554], [doi]  [abs]
  32. Hall, WG; Hudson, R; Brake, SC (1988). Terminology for use in investigations of nursing and suckling.. Developmental Psychobiology, 21(1), 89-91. [3338629], [doi]
  33. Kucharski, D; Hall, WG (1987). New routes to early memories.. Science (New York, N.Y.), 238(4828), 786-788. [3672125], [doi]  [abs]
  34. Hall, WG; Oppenheim, RW (1987). Developmental psychobiology: prenatal, perinatal, and early postnatal aspects of behavioral development.. Annual Review of Psychology, 38, 91-128. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]
  35. Bornstein, ; H, B; Terry, ; M, L; Browde, ; A, J; Jr, ; Assimon, ; A, S; Hall, ; G, W (1987). Sensory and nutritional contributions to rat pup's early activational responses to ingestion. Dev. Psychobiol., 20, 147-163.
  36. Kucharski, D; Johanson, IB; Hall, WG (1986). Unilateral olfactory conditioning in 6-day-old rat pups.. Behavioral and Neural Biology, 46(3), 472-490. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  37. Phifer, CB; Browde, JA; Hall, WG (1986). Ontogeny of glucose inhibition of independent ingestion in preweanling rats.. Brain Research Bulletin, 17(5), 673-679. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  38. Phifer, CB; Sikes, CR; Hall, WG (1986). Control of ingestion in 6-day-old rat pups: termination of intake by gastric fill alone?. The American Journal of Physiology, 250(5 Pt 2), R807-R814. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  39. Hall, WG; Browde, JA (1986). The ontogeny of independent ingestion in mice: or, why won't infant mice feed?. Developmental Psychobiology, 19(3), 211-222. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  40. Hall, WG (1985). What we know and don't know about the development of independent ingestion in rats. Appetite, 6, 323-356.
  41. Johanson, IB; Hall, WG; Polefrone, JM (1984). Appetitive conditioning in neonatal rats: conditioned ingestive responding to stimuli paired with oral infusions of milk.. Developmental Psychobiology, 17(4), 357-381. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  42. Hall, WG; Bruno, JP (1984). Inhibitory controls of ingestion in 6-day-old rat pups.. Physiology & Behavior, 32(5), 831-841. [Gateway.cgi], [doi]  [abs]
  43. Hall, W.G., & Williams, C.L. (1983). Suckling isn't feeding or is it? A search for developmental continuities. Advances in Animal Behavior, 13, 220-254.
  44. Johanson, IB; Hall, WG (1982). Appetitive conditioning in neonatal rats: Conditioned orientation to a novel odor. Dev. Psychobiol., 15, 379-397.
  45. Bruno, JP; Hall, WG (1982). Olfactory contributions to dehydration-induced anorexia in weanling rats. Dev. Psychobiol., 15, 493-505.
  46. Johanson, IB; Hall, WG (1981). The ontogeny of feeding in rats: V. Influence of texture, home odor, and sibling presense on ingestive behavior. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 95, 837-847.
  47. Hall, WG; Bryan, TE (1981). The ontogeny of feeding in rats: IV. Taste development as measured by intake and behavioral responses to oral infusions of sucrose and quinine. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 95, 240-251.
  48. DiRocco, RJ; Hall, WG (1981). Metabolic neural mapping in neonatal rats. N. Neurosci. Res., 6, 13-19.
  49. Williams, CL; Hall, WG; Rosenblatt, JS (1980). Changing oral cues in suckling of weaning-age rats: Possible contributions to weaning. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 94(3), 472-483. [doi]  [abs]
  50. Szechtman, H; Hall, WG (1980). Otongeny of oral behavior induced by tail pinch and electrical stimulation of the tail in rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 94, 436-445.
  51. Stoloff, ML; Kenny, JT; Blass, EM; Hall, WG (1980). The role of experience in suckling maintenance in albino rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 94, 847-856.
  52. Johanson, IB; Hall, WG (1980). The ontogeny of feeding in rats: III. Thermal determinants of early ingestive responding. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 94, 977-992.
  53. Hall, WG; Bryan, TE (1980). The ontogeny of feeding in rats: II. Independent ingestive behavior. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 94, 746-756.
  54. Cramer, CP; Blass, EM; Hall, WG (1980). The ontogeny of nipple-shifting behavior in albino rats: Mechanisms of control and possible significance. Dev. Psychobiol., 13, 165-180.
  55. Williams, CL; Rosenblatt, JS; Hall, WG (1979). Inhibition of suckling in weaning-age rats: a possible serotonergic mechanism.. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 93(3), 414-429. [doi]  [abs]
  56. Kornblith, C; Hall, WG (1979). Brain transections selectively alter ingestion and behavioral activation in neonatal rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 93, 1109-1117.
  57. Johanson, IB; Hall, WG (1979). Appetitive learning in 1-day-old rat pups. Science, 205, 419-421.
  58. Hall, WG; Rosenblatt, JS (1979). Developmental changes in the suckling behavior of hamster pups: A comparison with rat pups. Dev. Psychobiol., 12, 553-560.
  59. Hall, WG (1979). The otongeny of feeding in rats: I. Ingestive and behavioral responses to oral infusions. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 93, 977-1000.
  60. Hall, WG (1979). Feeding and behavioral activation in infant rats. Science, 205, 206-209.
  61. Balss, EM; Beardsley, W; Hall, WG (1979). Age-dependent inhibition of suckling by cholecystokinin. Am. J. Physiol., 236, E567-E570.
  62. Nock, B; Williams, CL; Hall, WG (1978). Suckling behavior of the infant rat: modulation by a developing neurotransmitter system.. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior, 8(3), 277-280. [doi]  [abs]
  63. Hall, WG; Rosenblatt, JS (1978). Development of nutritional control of food intake in suckling rat pups. Behav. Biol., 24, 413-427.
  64. Hall, WG; Cramer, CP; Blass, EM (1977). Ontogeny of suckling in rats: Transitions toward adult ingestion. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 91, 1141-1155.
  65. Hall, WG; Rosenblatt, JS (1977). Suckling behavior and intake control in the developing rat pup. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 91, 1232-1247.
  66. Hall, WG; Blass, EM (1977). Orogastric determinants of drinking in rats: Interaction between absorptive and peripheral controls. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 91, 365-373.
  67. Blass, EM; Teicher, MH; Cramer, CP; Bruno, JP; Hall, WG (1977). Olfactory, thermal, and tactile controls of suckling in preauditory and previsual rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 91, 1248-1260.
  68. Blass, EM; Jobaris, R; Hall, WG (1976). Oropharyngeal control of drinking in rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 90, 909-916.
  69. Blass, EM; Hall, WG (1976). Drinking termination: Interactions among hydrational, orograstric, and behavioral controls in rats. Psych. Rev., 83, 356-374.
  70. Hall, WG; Cramer, CP; Blass, EM (1975). Developmental changes in suckling of rat pups. Nature, 258, 318-320.
  71. Hall, WG; Blass, EM (1975). Orogastric, hydrational, and behavioral controls of drinking following water deprivation in rats. J. Comp. Physiol. Psychol., 89, 939-954.
  72. Hall, WG (1975). Weaning and growth of artificially reared rats. Science, 190, 1313-1315.
  73. Blass, EM; Hall, WG (1974). Behavioral and physiological bases of drinking inhibition in water deprived rats. Nature, 249, 485-486.
  74. Hall, WG (1973). A remote stomach clamp to evaluate oral and gastric controls of drinking in the rat. Physiological Behavior, 11, 897-901.

Chapters in Books

  1. W.G. Hall "Experiential Contributions of the Development of Olfactory Cross Projection Systems." Development, Growth and Senescence in the Chemical Senses. Ed. Getchell, T.V., Pearl, J., Beauchamp, G.K., & Mistretta, C.M. NIH, 1993: 69-76.
  2. Hall, W.G., & Heimer, H. "Components of the feeding sequence, their development and control." Ontogeny and Social Transmission of Food Preferences in Mammals: Basic and Applied Research. Ed. Galef, B.G., Jr., & Mainardi, M. 1993: 63-81.
  3. W.G. Hall "The ontogeny of drinking." Thirst: Physiological and Psychological Aspects. Ed. D. Ramsay & D. Booth (Int. Life Sci. Inst.), Springer-Verlag, New York, 1991: 35-52.
  4. W.G. Hall "The ontogeny of ingestive behavior: Changing control of components in the feeding sequence." Handbook of Behavioral Neurobiology: Food and Water Intake. Ed. E.M. Stricker Plenum Press, New York, 1990: 77-123.
  5. W.G. Hall "Early Motivation, reward, learning and their neural bases: Developmental revelations and simplifications." Psychobiological Aspects of Behavioral Development. Ed. N.A. Krasnegor et al. New York: Academic, 1987
  6. Phifer, C.B., & Hall, W.G. "The development of feeding behavior." Methods and Techniques to Study Feeding and Drinking Behavior. Ed. N.E. Rowland & F. Toates Amsterdam: Elsevier, 1987: 189-229.
  7. Johanson, I.B., & Hall, W.G. "Ontogeny of appetitive learning: Independent ingestion as a model motivational system." Comparative Perspectives on the Development of Memory. Ed. R. Kail & N.E. Spear Hillsdale, N.J.: Earlbaum, 1984: 135-157.
  8. W.G. Hall "Feeding, food reward, and learning: An appetitive system for ingestive behavior in infant rats." Symposium neuroontogeneticium. Ed. S. Trojan & J. Mourek Prague: Charles University Press, 1982
  9. Blass, E.M., Hall, W.G., & Teicher, M.H. "The ontogeny of suckling and ingestive behaviors." Progress in psychobiology and physiological psychology. Ed. J.M. Sprague & A.N. Epstein New York: Academic Press, 1979
  10. Blass, E.M., Kenny, S.T., Stoloff, M., Bruno, J.P., Teicher, M.H., & Hall, W.G. "Motivation, learning and memory in the ontogeny of suckling in albino rats." The ontogeny of learning the memory. Ed. N.E. Spear & B.A. Campbell Hillsdale, N.J.: Earlbaum, 1979

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