Publication List for Dr. Dave Pittman
Peer Reviewed Articles
Pittman, D.W. Role of the gustatory system in fatty acid detection in rats. Frontiers in Neuroscience, submitted for publication.
Pittman, D.W., Smith, K.R., Crawley, M.E., Corbin, C.H., Hansen, D., Frasier, K., Gilbertson, T.A. Orosensory detection of fatty acids in obesity-prone and -resistant rats: Strain and sex differences. Chemical Senses, 2008, Jun; 33(5):449-60. Link to article
Pittman, D.W., Crawley, M.E., Corbin, C.H., and Smith, K.R. Chorda tympani nerve transection impairs the gustatory detection of free fatty acids in male and female rats . Brain Research, 2007, Jun 2; 1151: 74-83. Link to article
Labban, C.E., Anderson, A.A., O’Connor, H.E., and Pittman, D.W. Linoleic and Oleic Acid Alter the Licking Responses to Sweet, Sour, Salt, and Bitter Tastants in Rats. Chemical Senses, 2006, 31(5): 835-843. Link to article
McCormack, D.N., Clyburn, V.L., and Pittman, D.W. Detection of Free Fatty Acids following a Conditioned Taste Aversion in Rats. Physiology & Behavior, 2006, 87(3): 582-592. Link to article
Houpt T. A., Pittman D. W., Riccardi, C., Cassell, J.A., Lockwood, D.R., Barranco, J. M., Kwon, B., and Smith J.C. Behavioral effects on rats of high strength magnetic fields generated by a resistive electromagnet. Physiology & Behavior, 2005, 86(3): 379-389. Link to article
Houpt T. A., Pittman D. W., Barranco, J. M., Brooks, E. H., and Smith J.C. Behavioral effects of high strength static magnetic fields on rats. Journal of Neuroscience, Feb 15, 2003, 23(4):1498 –1505. Link to article
Pittman, D.W. and Contreras, R.J. Rearing on basal or high dietary NaCl modifies chorda tympani nerve responses in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 2002, 77(2-3): 277-289. Link to article
Pittman, D.W. and Contreras, R.J. Dietary NaCl influences the organization of chorda tympani neurons projecting to the nucleus of the solitary tract in rats. Chemical Senses, 2002, 27: 333-341. Link to article
Pittman, D.W. and Contreras, R.J. Responses of single lingual nerve fibers to thermal and chemical stimulation. Brain Research, 1998, 790(1-2): 224-235. Link to article
Nolte, C.M., Pittman, D.W., Kalevitch, B., Henderson, R. and Smith, J.C. Magnetic field conditioned taste aversion in rats. Physiology & Behavior, 1998, 63(4): 683-688. Link to article
Lundy, R.F. Jr, Pittman, D.W. and Contreras, R.J. Role for epithelial Na+ channels and putative Na+/H+ exchangers in salt taste transduction in rats. American Journal of Physiology, 1997, 273: R1923-R1931. Link to article
Pittman D. W. (2005) Instructor’s Resource Manual for Discovering Biological Psychology by Laura Freberg. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co. Link to textbook site
Pittman D. W. and Scott D. M. Motor system tremors due to variations in tactile surface. Proceedings: Eighth National Conference on Undergraduate Research, 1994. Robert D. Yearout, ed. (391-395) UNCA: Asheville, NC.
Pittman D. W. and Scott D. M. Effects of lever surface conditions on tremors. Proceedings: Seventh National Conference on Undergraduate Research, 1993. Robert D. Yearout, ed. (407-411) UNCA: Asheville, NC.
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