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Lancaster, a museumgrowth areaBLUNDELL J; TYSON E.Museums Journal. 1977, Vol 77, Num 1, pp 23-24Article

Appetite disturbance and the problems of overweightBLUNDELL, J. E.Drugs (Basel). 1990, Vol 39, pp 1-19, issn 0012-6667, 19 p., Suppl. 3Article

How culture undermines the biopsychological system of appetite controlBLUNDELL, J. E.Appetite (Print). 1990, Vol 14, Num 2, pp 113-115, issn 0195-6663, 3 p.Article

Evolution de la psychologie physiologique: des causes aux interactions. Essai sur la biopsychologie de l'alimentation et de l'obésité = Development of physiological psychology: from causes to interactions. An assay in biopsychology of alimentation and obesityBLUNDELL, J. E.Bulletin de psychologie. 1987, Vol 41, Num 383, pp 201-215, issn 0007-4403Article


Multilevel image analysis of Precambrian rocks, Western Owl Creek Mountains, WyomingSTUART BLUNDELL, J.Thematic conference on remote sensing for exploration geology. Methods, integration, solutions. 7. 1990, pp 427-441, 15 p.Conference Paper

Cardiovascular complications of amyloidosis presenting in the urinary tract = Complications cardiovasculaires de l'amyloïdose urinaireBLUNDELL, J. W.British journal of urology (Print). 1988, Vol 62, Num 4, pp 386-387, issn 0007-1331Article

Assessing dietary intake : Who, what and why of under-reportingMACDIARMID, J; BLUNDELL, J.Nutrition research reviews. 1998, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 231-253, issn 0954-4224Article

Menstrual cycle and appetite control : implications for weight regulationDYE, L; BLUNDELL, J. E.Human reproduction (Oxford. Print). 1997, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 1142-1151, issn 0268-1161Article

Lean male high- and low-fat phenotypes : different routes for achieving energy balanceCOOLING, J; BLUNDELL, J. E.International journal of obesity. 2000, Vol 24, Num 12, pp 1561-1566, issn 0307-0565Article

Pharmacological aspects of appetite : implications for the treatment of obesityBLUNDELL, J. E; GREENOUGH, A.Biomedicine & pharmacotherapy. 1994, Vol 48, Num 3-4, pp 119-125, issn 0753-3322Article

High-fat and low-fat phenotypes : habitual eating of high- and low-fat foods not related to taste preference for fatCOOLING, J; BLUNDELL, J. E.European journal of clinical nutrition. 2001, Vol 55, Num 11, pp 1016-1021, issn 0954-3007Article

Routes to obesity : phenotypes, food choices and activityBLUNDELL, J. E; COOLING, J.British journal of nutrition. 2000, Vol 83, pp S33-S38, issn 0007-1145, SUP1Article

Differences in energy expenditure and substrate oxidation between habitual high fat and low fat consumers (phenotypes)COOLING, J; BLUNDELL, J.International journal of obesity. 1998, Vol 22, Num 7, pp 612-618, issn 0307-0565Conference Paper

Are high-fat and low-fat consumers distinct phenotypes? differences in the subjective and behavioural response to energy and nutrient challengesCOOLING, J; BLUNDELL, J.European journal of clinical nutrition. 1998, Vol 52, Num 3, pp 193-201, issn 0954-3007Article

Appetite control and energy (fuel) balanceBLUNDELL, J. E; TREMBLAY, A.Nutrition research reviews. 1995, Vol 8, pp 225-242, issn 0954-4224Article

Physical activity and regulation of food intake : current evidenceBLUNDELL, J. E; KING, N. A.Medicine and science in sports and exercise. 1999, Vol 31, Num 11, pp S573-S583, issn 0195-9131, SUPConference Paper

Reanalysis of the effects of phenylalanine, alanine, and aspartame on food intake in human subjectsROGERS, P. J; BLUNDELL, J. E.Physiology & behavior. 1994, Vol 56, Num 2, pp 247-250, issn 0031-9384Article

Regulation of nutrient supply: the brain and appetite control : Nutrition of the brainBLUNDELL, J. E; HALFORD, J. C. G.Proceedings of the Nutrition Society. 1994, Vol 53, Num 2, pp 407-418, issn 0029-6651Conference Paper

5-HT manipulation and dietary choice : variable carbohydrate (Polycose) suppression demonstrated only under specific experimental conditionsLAWTON, C. L; BLUNDELL, J. E.Psychopharmacologia. 1993, Vol 112, Num 2-3, pp 375-382, issn 0033-3158Article

Serotonin and the biology of feedingBLUNDELL, J. E.The American journal of clinical nutrition. 1992, Vol 55, Num 1, pp 155S-159S, issn 0002-9165, SUPConference Paper

The equatorial Pacific Ocean prior to and during El Nino of 1982/83 ― a normal mode model viewBIGG, G. R; BLUNDELL, J. R.Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 1989, Vol 115, Num 489, pp 1039-1069, issn 0035-9009, 31 p.Article

Differences in postprandial responses to fat and carbohydrate loads in habitual high and low fat consumers (phenotypes)BLUNDELL, J. E; COOLING, J; KING, N. A et al.British journal of nutrition. 2002, Vol 88, Num 2, pp 125-132, issn 0007-1145Article

Separate systems for serotonin and leptin in appetite controlHALFORD, J. C. G; BLUNDELL, J. E.Annals of medicine (Helsinki). 2000, Vol 32, Num 3, pp 222-232, issn 0785-3890Article

Serotonin and appetite regulation : Implications for the pharmacological treatment of obesityBLUNDELL, J. E; HALFORD, J. C. G.CNS drugs. 1998, Vol 9, Num 6, pp 473-495, issn 1172-7047Article

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