Martin R Yeomans
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Opioid peptides and the control of human ingestive behaviour
MR Yeomans, RW Gray
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 26 (6), 713-728, 2002
3432002
Palatability: response to nutritional need or need-free stimulation of appetite?
MR Yeomans, JE Blundell, M Leshem
British Journal of Nutrition 92 (S1), S3-S14, 2004
3092004
Does low-energy sweetener consumption affect energy intake and body weight? A systematic review, including meta-analyses, of the evidence from human and animal studies
PJ Rogers, PS Hogenkamp, C de Graaf, S Higgs, A Lluch, AR Ness, ...
International Journal of Obesity 40 (3), 381-394, 2016
2942016
Alcohol, appetite and energy balance: is alcohol intake a risk factor for obesity?
MR Yeomans
Physiology & behavior 100 (1), 82-89, 2010
2932010
The role of expectancy in sensory and hedonic evaluation: The case of smoked salmon ice-cream
MR Yeomans, L Chambers, H Blumenthal, A Blake
Food quality and preference 19 (6), 565-573, 2008
2802008
Palatability and the micro-structure of feeding in humans: the appetizer effect
MR Yeomans
Appetite 27 (2), 119-133, 1996
2441996
Eating for pleasure or profit: the effect of incentives on children’s enjoyment of vegetables
LJ Cooke, LC Chambers, EV Añez, HA Croker, D Boniface, MR Yeomans, ...
Psychological science 22 (2), 190-196, 2011
2032011
Optimising foods for satiety
L Chambers, K McCrickerd, MR Yeomans
Trends in Food Science & Technology 41 (2), 149-160, 2015
1842015
Independent effects of palatability and within-meal pauses on intake and appetite ratings in human volunteers
MR Yeomans, RW Gray, CJ Mitchell, S True
Appetite 29 (1), 61-76, 1997
1791997
Effects of naltrexone on food intake and changes in subjective appetite during eating: evidence for opioid involvement in the appetizer effect
MR Yeomans, RW Gray
Physiology & behavior 62 (1), 15-21, 1997
1741997
Olfactory influences on appetite and satiety in humans
MR Yeomans
Physiology & behavior 87 (4), 800-804, 2006
1702006
Effects of caffeine on performance and mood depend on the level of caffeine abstinence
MR Yeomans, T Ripley, LH Davies, J Rusted, PJ Rogers
Psychopharmacology 164 (3), 241-249, 2002
1702002
Peripheral and central signals in the control of eating in normal, obese and binge-eating human subjects
PM Hellström, A Geliebter, E Näslund, PT Schmidt, EK Yahav, SA Hashim, ...
British journal of nutrition 92 (S1), S47-S57, 2004
1662004
Impulsivity is associated with the disinhibition but not restraint factor from the Three Factor Eating Questionnaire
MR Yeomans, M Leitch, S Mobini
Appetite 50 (2-3), 469-476, 2008
1642008
Mood-induced eating. Interactive effects of restraint and tendency to overeat
MR Yeomans, E Coughlan
Appetite 52 (2), 290-298, 2009
1592009
Taste, palatability and the control of appetite
MR Yeomans
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 57 (4), 609-615, 1998
1551998
Human hedonic responses to sweetness: role of taste genetics and anatomy
MR Yeomans, BJ Tepper, J Rietzschel, J Prescott
Physiology & behavior 91 (2-3), 264-273, 2007
1542007
Selective effects of naltrexone on food pleasantness and intake
MR Yeomans, RW Gray
Physiology & behavior 60 (2), 439-446, 1996
1491996
Satiating effects of protein but not carbohydrate consumed in a between-meal beverage context
EJ Bertenshaw, A Lluch, MR Yeomans
Physiology & Behavior 93 (3), 427-436, 2008
1462008
Alcohol and food intake
MR Yeomans, S Caton, MM Hetherington
Current Opinion in Clinical Nutrition & Metabolic Care 6 (6), 639-644, 2003
1402003
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