David Levitsky
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The relationship between body weight and mortality: a quantitative analysis of combined information from existing studies.
RP Troiano, EA Frongillo Jr, J Sobal, DA Levitsky
International journal of obesity and related metabolic disorders: journal of …, 1996
6871996
Dietary fat and the regulation of energy intake in human subjects
L Lissner, DA Levitsky, BJ Strupp, HJ Kalkwarf, DA Roe
The American journal of clinical nutrition 46 (6), 886-892, 1987
6371987
The freshman weight gain: a model for the study of the epidemic of obesity
DA Levitsky, CA Halbmaier, G Mrdjenovic
International journal of obesity 28 (11), 1435-1442, 2004
5152004
Malnutrition and the brain: changing concepts, changing concerns
DA Levitsky, BJ Strupp
The Journal of nutrition 125 (suppl_8), 2212S-2220S, 1995
4541995
Weight loss on a low-fat diet: consequence of the imprecision of the control of food intake in humans
A Kendall, DA Levitsky, BJ Strupp, L Lissner
The American journal of clinical nutrition 53 (5), 1124-1129, 1991
3941991
Nutritional and energetic consequences of sweetened drink consumption in 6-to 13-year-old children
G Mrdjenovic, DA Levitsky
The Journal of pediatrics 142 (6), 604-610, 2003
3352003
Nutritional and environmental interactions in the behavioral development of the rat: Long-term effects
DA Levitsky, RH Barnes
Science 176 (4030), 68-71, 1972
2991972
Set points, settling points and some alternative models: theoretical options to understand how genes and environments combine to regulate body adiposity
JR Speakman, DA Levitsky, DB Allison, MS Bray, JM De Castro, DJ Clegg, ...
Disease models & mechanisms 4 (6), 733-745, 2011
2372011
The more food young adults are served, the more they overeat
DA Levitsky, T Youn
The Journal of Nutrition 134 (10), 2546-2549, 2004
2372004
Enduring cognitive effects of early malnutrition: a theoretical reappraisal
BJ Strupp, DA Levitsky
The Journal of nutrition 125 (suppl_8), 2221S-2232S, 1995
2191995
Monitoring weight daily blocks the freshman weight gain: a model for combating the epidemic of obesity
DA Levitsky, J Garay, M Nausbaum, L Neighbors, DM Dellavalle
International journal of obesity 30 (6), 1003-1010, 2006
2042006
The non-regulation of food intake in humans: hope for reversing the epidemic of obesity
DA Levitsky
Physiology & behavior 86 (5), 623-632, 2005
1922005
Feeding patterns of rats in response to fasts and changes in environmental conditions
DA Levitsky
Physiology & Behavior 5 (3), 291-300, 1970
1861970
Effect of early malnutrition on the reaction of adult rats to aversive stimuli
DA Levitsky, RH Barnes
Nature 225 (5231), 468-469, 1970
1661970
Body composition and energy intake: do overweight women overeat and underreport?
L Lissner, JP Habicht, BJ Strupp, DA Levitsky, JD Haas, DA Roe
The American journal of clinical nutrition 49 (2), 320-325, 1989
1531989
Schedule-induced wheel running
D Levitsky, G Collier
Physiology & Behavior 3 (4), 571-573, 1968
1461968
Variation in energy intake during the menstrual cycle: implications for food-intake research
L Lissner, J Stevens, DA Levitsky, KM Rasmussen, BJ Strupp
The American journal of clinical nutrition 48 (4), 956-962, 1988
1401988
Feeding conditions and intermeal relationships
DA Levitsky
Physiology & behavior 12 (5), 779-787, 1974
1401974
The ingestion of food and the recovery of body weight following fasting in the naive rat
DA Levitsky, I Faust, M Glassman
Physiology & Behavior 17 (4), 575-580, 1976
1301976
Effect of skipping breakfast on subsequent energy intake
DA Levitsky, CR Pacanowski
Physiology & behavior 119, 9-16, 2013
1272013
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