Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology

Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology

1st Edition - January 1, 1985

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  • Editors: James M. Sprague, Alan N. Epstein
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483103433

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Progress in Psychobiology and Physiological Psychology: Volume 11 is a collection of studies that discuss certain topics in behavioral neuroscience from different experts in the field. The book is divided into four chapters. Chapter 1 discusses palatability of food as a response measure. Chapter 2 tackles the trigeminal system; trigeminal orosensation and ingestive reflexes; and the relationship of trigeminal denervation and operant behavior. Chapter 3 talks about the role of the stomach in the process of satiety, and Chapter 4 covers functional organization of X-, W-, and Y-cell pathways.

Table of Contents


  • Contents

    Contributors

    Preface

    Contents of Previous Volumes

    Taste Reactivity as a Measure of the Neural Control of Palatability

    I. Introducing the Problem

    II. How Has the Palatability Decision Been Measured?

    III. Fine Structure of Palatability Decisions: A Two-Dimensional Model

    IV. Neural Analysis of Palatability

    V. Neural Control of Palatability: The Adequacy of a Hierarchical Model

    References

    Trigeminal Orosensation and Ingestive Behavior in the Rat

    I. Introduction: Orosensorimotor Mechanisms and the Study of Ingestive Behavior

    II. The Trigeminal System in Comparative Perspective

    III. Ingestive Behavior in the Rat: Spatiotemporal Organization and the Role of Trigeminal Inputs

    IV. Neurobiology of the Trigeminal Sensorimotor System

    V. Trigeminal Denervation and Ingestive Behavior: Conceptual and Methodological Considerations

    VI. The Trigeminal Syndrome: Intake, Weight Regulation, and Ingestive Behavior after Trigeminal Orosensory Deafferentation

    VII. Trigeminal Orosensation and Ingestive Reflexes

    VIII. Denervation Effects on Responsiveness to Food: Dissociation of Sensorimotor and Motivational Deficits

    IX. Trigeminal Orosensation and Feeding Behavior Patterns

    X. Effects of Deafferentation on Dietary Self-Selection

    XI. Trigeminal Denervation and Operant Behavior

    XII. A Note on Recovery of Function

    XIII. Trigeminal Orosensation: Contributions to the Control of Ingestive Behavior

    XIV. From Movements to Motives: Implications for the Study of Motivation

    XV. Mouth, Brain, and Appetite: Approaches to the Analysis of Neural Mechanisms

    References

    The Stomach: A Conception of Its Dynamic Role in Satiety

    I. Introduction

    II. Methods

    III. From Central to Peripheral Studies

    IV. The Quantitation of Gastric Emptying

    V. Feedback Control of Gastric Emptying

    VI. Inhibiting Signals and Transmitters

    VII. Gastric Distention as a Satiety Signal

    VIII. Cholecystokinin and Satiety

    IX. The Localization of Cholecystokinin Receptors in the Gut

    X. Summary

    References

    Functional Organization of the W-, X-, and Y-Cell Pathways in the Cat: A Review and Hypothesis

    I. Introduction

    II. General Overview of the Visual Pathways

    III. Physiological Classification of W-, X-, and Y-Cells

    IV. Anatomical Organization and Distribution of the W-, X-, and Y-Cell Pathways

    V. Perceptual Correlates for W-, X-, and Y-Cells

    VI. Hypothesis for the Functional Organization and Role of the W-, X-, and Y-Cell Pathways

    VII. W-, X-, and Y-Cells in Mammalian Species Other Than the Cat

    VIII. General Conclusions

    References

    Author Index

    Subject Index

Product details

  • No. of pages: 340
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Academic Press 1985
  • Published: January 1, 1985
  • Imprint: Academic Press
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483103433

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James M. Sprague

Alan N. Epstein

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