Richard J. Stevenson
A Four-Day Western-Style Dietary Intervention Causes Reductions in Hippocampal-Dependent Learning and Memory and Interoceptive Sensitivity
Explicit Wanting and Liking for Palatable Snacks Are Differentially Affected by Change in Physiological State, and Differentially Related to Salivation and Hunger
A High-Fat High-Sugar Diet Predicts Poorer Hippocampal-Related Memory and a Reduced Ability to Suppress Wanting under Satiety.
Human Olfactory Consciousness and Cognition: Its Unusual Features May Not Result from Unusual Functions but from Limited Neocortical Processing Resources