Introduction and Overview.
Cortical Systems Involved in Appetite and Food Consumption.
The Nucleus Accumbens Shell as a Model of Integrative Subcortical Forebrain Systems Regulating Food Intake.
Hypothalamic Neuropeptides and the Regulation of Feeding.
The Gut-Brain Axis in the Control of Eating.
Integration of Peripheral Adiposity Signals and Psychological Controls of Appetite.
Brain Reward Systems for Food Incentives and Hedonics in Normal Appetite and Eating Disorders.
Pharmacology of Food, Taste and Learned Flavour Preferences.
The Role of Palatability in Control of Human Appetite: Implications for Understanding and Treating Obesity.
Learned Influences on Appetite, Food Choice and Intake.
Gene Environment Interactions and the Origin of the Modern Obesity Epidemic.
Pre-Clinical Developments in Anti-Obesity Drugs.
Clinical Investigations of Anti-Obesity Drugs.