Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology
For 29 years, Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology has provided cutting-edge literature to behavioral neuroscience research. Honoring the late Alan Epstein, founding co-editor of the series, Volume 16 presents essays in the area of the neurobiology of motivation. Contents include research in ingestive behavior, dopamine and food reward, the effect of insulin in the brain, and mechanisms of thirst and salt appetite.
- Hardback | 231 pages
- 154.9 x 240.8 x 22.4mm | 553.39g
- 05 Oct 1995
- Emerald Publishing Limited
- Academic Press Inc
- Bingley, United Kingdom
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Table of contents
E.M. Blass, Ontogeny of Ingestive Behavior. S.C. Woods, Insulin and the Brain: A Mutual Dependency. G.P. Smith, Dopamine and Food Reward. A.K. Johnson and R.L. Thunhorst, Sensory Mechanisms in the Behavioral Control of Body Fluid Balance: Thirst and Salt Appetite. S.J. Fluharty and R.R. Sakai, Behavioral and Cellular Analysis of Adrenal Steroid and Angiotensin Interactions Mediating Salt Appetite. References. Author Index. Subject Index.