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Research Interests for Warren G. Hall

Research Interests: Psychobiology, Development of Motivation, Reward, and Learning

Study of the ontogeny of motivation and learning; their neural basis and behavioral organization, using ingestive behavior and appetitive learning as prototypic systems. Animal and human studies including recent work utilizing functional MRI.

Administration, Oral, Adult, Aging, Analysis of Variance, Animal Feed, Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena, Animals, Animals, Newborn, Animals, Suckling, Appetite, Appetite Regulation, Appetitive Behavior, Arousal, Autoradiography, Binomial Distribution, Blood Glucose, Body Weight, Brain, Brain Mapping, Brain Stem, Catheterization, Central Nervous System, Cerebral Cortex, Choice Behavior, Conditioning, Classical, Consummatory Behavior, Decerebrate State, Decision Making, Dehydration, Deoxyglucose, Development, Developmental Biology, Diet, Dietary Carbohydrates, Dietary Fats, Digestive System Physiological Phenomena, Discrimination Learning, Dominance, Cerebral, Drinking, Drinking Behavior, Eating, Electromyography, Energy Intake, Energy Metabolism, Enteral Nutrition, Evaluation Studies as Topic, Exploratory Behavior, Fatty Acids, Nonesterified, Feeding Behavior, Female, Flavoring Agents, Food, Food Deprivation, Food Preferences, Functional Laterality, Gastric Emptying, Gastrointestinal Contents, Glucose, Habituation, Psychophysiologic, Humans, Hunger, Image Processing, Computer-Assisted, Infant, Infant Behavior, Intubation, Intubation, Gastrointestinal, Lactation, Male, Mastication, Masticatory Muscles, Maternal Deprivation, Memory, Mental Recall, Microcomputers, Milk, Motivation, Mouth, Nasal Mucosa, Neck Muscles, Nerve Regeneration, Nipples, Nutritive Value, Odors, Olfactory Bulb, Olfactory Pathways, Orientation, Physical Stimulation, Pregnancy, Rats, Rats, Inbred Strains, Rats, Sprague-Dawley, Reaction Time, Reflex, Stretch, Reinforcement (Psychology), Reward, Satiation, Satiety Response, Sensory Deprivation, Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted, Smell, Social Environment, Software, Solutions, Stereotyped Behavior, Stimulation, Chemical, Stomach, Sucking Behavior, Sweetening Agents, Taste, Terminology as Topic, Thirst, Time Factors, Touch, Treatment Outcome, Visual Perception, Water-Electrolyte Balance, Weaning
Recent Publications   (search)
  1. Due, D.L., Huettel, S.A., W.G., & Rubin, D.C., Activation in Mesolimbic and Visuospatial Neural Circuits Elicited by Smoking Cues: Evidence from Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, American Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 159 (2002), pp. 954-960.
  2. Changizi, MA; McGeHee, R; Hall, WG, Appetitive Responses to Dehydration and Food-Deprivation are Learned, Psychological Behavior, vol. 75 (2002), pp. 295-304.
  3. Changizi, MA; Hall, WG, Thirst modulates a perception., Perception, vol. 30 no. 12 (2001), pp. 1489-1497 [11817755], [doi[abs].
  4. Myers, KP; Hal, WG, Experience with Drinking While Dehydrated is Required for Weanling Rats to Acquire an Appetitive Response to Cellular Dehydration, Development Psychobiology, vol. 38 (2001), pp. 145-153.
  5. Coyle, S; Arnold, HM; Goldberg-Arnold, JS; Rubin, DC; Hall, WG, Olfactory conditioning facilitates diet transition in human infants., Developmental Psychobiology, vol. 37 no. 3 (November, 2000), pp. 144-152 [11044862[abs].

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