Elizabeth Rode

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Rated liking for dishes consumed during a meal was compared with recalled liking in two studies using actual meals and one with an imagined meal. The effects on memory of the most pleasant dish, the first and last dishes, a rising vs. falling hedonic profile, and the time spent eating a dish were evaluated for similarity to effects seen in memories of pain.(More)
Methylphenidate (MPH), the drug of choice in the treatment of Attention Deficit Disorders with Hyperactivity (ADD/H), has raised concern regarding its suspected potential for reducing body stature in growing patients. In a previous study we demonstrated that neonatal rats treated with MPH (35 mg/kg, SC, twice daily) showed an acute growth impairment(More)
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