Behavioural satiety sequence (BSS): separating wheat from chaff in the behavioural pharmacology of appetite.

@article{Rodgers2010BehaviouralSS,
  title={Behavioural satiety sequence (BSS): separating wheat from chaff in the behavioural pharmacology of appetite.},
  author={Robert John Rodgers and Patricia Holch and Amy J Tallett},
  journal={Pharmacology, biochemistry, and behavior},
  year={2010},
  volume={97 1},
  pages={3-14}
}
The history of anti-obesity drug development is far from glorious, with transient magic bullets and only a handful of agents currently licensed for clinical use. In view of recent progress in our understanding of the multiplicity of signalling pathways involved in appetite regulation, and the resultant deluge of reports on the anorectic efficacy of novel therapies, it seems timely to stress the need to differentiate treatments that suppress intake by primary means from those that only… CONTINUE READING