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SENSORY SPECIFIC SATIETY IN MANROLLS BJ; ROLLS ET; ROWE EA et al.1981; PHYSIOL. BEHAV.; ISSN 0031-9384; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 27; NO 1; PP. 137-142; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

CALCIUM-ACTIVATED AND VOLTAGE-DEPENDEND POTASSIUM CONDUCTANCES IN CLONAL PITUITARY CELLSDUFY B; BARKER JL.1982; LIFE SCI. (1973); ISSN 0024-3205; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 30; NO 22; PP. 1933-1941; BIBL. 29 REF.Article

ANALYSIS OF HUNGER FROM FEEDING RATE OBSERVATIONSDOUCET PG; VAN STRAALEN NM.1980; ANIMAL BEHAV.; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 28; NO 3; PP. 913-921; BIBL. 7 REF.Article

THE RAPID-SMOKING TECHNIQUE THERAPEUTIC EFFECTIVENESSPOOLE AD; SANSON FISHER RW; GERMAN GA et al.1981; BEHAV. RES. THER.; ISSN 0005-7967; GBR; DA. 1981; VOL. 19; NO 5; PP. 389-397; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

PATTERNS OF EATING AS A FUNCTION OF THE COST OF THE MEALKANAREK RB; COLLIER G.1979; PHYSIOL. AND BEHAV.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 23; NO 1; PP. 141-145; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

GASTRIC NUTRIENT CONTENT SIGNALS SAFETYDEUTSCH JA; GONZALEZ MF.1980; BEHAV. NEURAL. BIOL.; ISSN 0163-1047; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 30; NO 1; PP. 113-116; BIBL. 3 REF.Article

CORRELATIONS BETWEEN MEALS AND INTER-MEAL INTERVALS IN JAPANESE QUAIL AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE IN THE CONTROL OF FEEDINGSAVORY CJ.1981; BEHAV. PROCESSES; ISSN 0376-6357; NLD; DA. 1981; VOL. 6; NO 1; PP. 23-36; BIBL. 31 REF.Article

ONTOGENY OF FEEDING CONTROLS IN SUCKLING AND WEANLING RATSHENNING SJ; CHANG SSP; GISEL EG et al.1979; AMER. J. PHYSIOL., REGULAT. INTEGRAT. COMP. PHYSIOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 6; NO 2; PP. R187-R191; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

RESISTANCE TO SATIATION AS A FUNCTION OF THREE SATIATION PROCEDURESCAPALDI ED; MYERS DE.1979; BULL. PSYCHON. SOC.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 14; NO 1; PP. 53-56; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF SIMULTANEOUS ORAL-INTRAGASTRIC INGESTION ON MEAL PATTERNS AND SATIETY IN HUMANS.SPIEGEL TA; JORDAN HA.1978; J. COMP. PHYSIOL. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 92; NO 1; PP. 133-141; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

QUITTING SMOKING NOW OR LATER: GRADUAL, ABRUPT, IMMEDIATE, AND DELAYED QUITTING.FLAXMAN J.1978; BEHAV. THERAPY; U.S.A.; DA. 1978; VOL. 9; NO 2; PP. 260-270; BIBL. 1 P.Article

SATIATION AND SENSORY DEPRIVATION COMBINED IN SMOKING THERAPY: SOME CASE STUDIES AND UNEXPECTED SIDE-EFFECTS.SUEDFELD P; BEST JA.1977; INTERNATION. J. ADDICT.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 12; NO 2-3; PP. 337-359; BIBL. 2 P.Article

CHOLECYSTOKININ OCTAPEPTIDE DECREASES INTAKE OF SOLID FOOD IN MANSTACHER G; STEINRINGER H; SCHMIERER G et al.1982; PEPTIDES (N. Y., 1980); ISSN 0196-9781; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 3; NO 2; PP. 133-136; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

DUODENAL MOTILITY AFTER CHOLECYSTOKININ INJECTION OR SATIETYDEUTSCH JA; THIEL TR; GREENBERG LH et al.1978; BEHAV. BIOL.; USA; DA. 1978; VOL. 24; NO 3; PP. 393-399; BIBL. 14 REF.Article

HOW FLAVOUR AND APPEARANCE AFFECT HUMAN FEEDINGROLLS BJ; ROWE EA; ROLLS ET et al.1982; PROC. NUTR. SOC.; ISSN 0029-6651; GBR; DA. 1982; VOL. 41; NO 2; PP. 109-117; BIBL. 21 REF.Article

HOW SENSORY PROPERTIES OF FOODS AFFECTS HUMAN FEELING BEHAVIORROLLS BJ; ROWE EA; ROLLS ET et al.1982; PHYSIOL. BEHAV.; ISSN 0031-9384; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 29; NO 3; PP. 409-417; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

THE RELATION OF FOOD QUANTITY TO RUMINATION BEHAVIORRAST J; JOHNSTON JM; DRUM C et al.1981; J. APPL. BEHAV. ANAL.; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 14; NO 2; PP. 121-130; BIBL. 13 REF.Article

INSULIN AS A SATIETY HORMONEANIKA SM; HOUPT TR; HOUPT KA et al.1980; PHYSIOL. BEHAV.; ISSN 0031-9384; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 25; NO 1; PP. 21-23; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

WHOLEMEAL BREAD AND SATIETYBRYSON E; DORE C; GARROW JS et al.1980; J. HUM. NUTR.; GBR; DA. 1980; VOL. 34; NO 2; PP. 113-116; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

Sensory-specific satiety is unaffected by manipulations of flavour intensityHAVERMANS, Remco C; GESCHWIND, Nicole; FILLA, Sabine et al.Physiology & behavior. 2009, Vol 97, Num 3-4, pp 327-333, issn 0031-9384, 7 p.Article

Disruption of the behavioral satiety sequence by simmondsinLIEVENS, Sylvia; VERBAEYS, Isabelle; FLO, Gerda et al.Appetite (Print). 2009, Vol 52, Num 3, pp 703-710, issn 0195-6663, 8 p.Article

Satiety and eating patterns in two species of constricting snakesNIELSEN, Torben P; JACOBSEN, Magnus W; WANG, Tobias et al.Physiology & behavior. 2011, Vol 102, Num 1, pp 110-114, issn 0031-9384, 5 p.Article

Protein-induced satiety : Effects and mechanisms of different proteinsVELDHORST, M; SMEETS, A; SOENEN, S et al.Physiology & behavior. 2008, Vol 94, Num 2, pp 300-307, issn 0031-9384, 8 p.Article

Appetite sensations as a marker of overall intakeDRAPEAU, Vicky; BLUNDELL, John; THERRIEN, Fanny et al.British journal of nutrition. 2005, Vol 93, Num 2, pp 273-280, issn 0007-1145, 8 p.Article

A FOOD SATIATION AND ORAL HYGIENE PUNISHMENT PROGRAM TO SUPPRESS CHRONIC RUMINATION BY RETARDED PERSONSFOXX RM; SNYDER MS; SCHROEDER F et al.1979; J. AUTISM DEV. DISORD.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 9; NO 4; PP. 399-411; BIBL. 25 REF.Article

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