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David C. Jewett

David C. Jewett

 

Degree: Ph.D. University of Minnesota
Area: Behavioral Neuroscience
Position: Professor
Office: HHH 254
Phone: (715) 836-2429
Email: jewettd@uwec.edu




Courses Taught

  • Psyc 100: Introduction to Psychology
  • Psyc 265: Statistical Methods in Psychology I
  • Psyc 375: Physiological Psychology
  • Psyc 377: Psychopharmacology

Research Interests

  • Behavioral pharmacology
  • Neurochemical regulation of eating
  • Substance abuse
  • Eating disorders
  • Health psychology

Publications (*undergraduate co-author)

Jewett, D.C., *Lefever, T.W., *Flashinski, D.P., *Koffarnus, M.N., *Cameron, C.R., *Hehli, D.J., Grace, M.K., & Levine, A.S. (2006). Intraparaventricular neuropeptide Y and ghrelin induce learned behaviors which report food deprivation in rats. NeuroReport, 17, 733-738.

Jewett, D.C., Grace, M.K., & Levine, A.S. (2005). Chronic sucrose ingestion enhances mu-opioid discriminative stimulus effects. Brain Research, 1050, 48-52.

*Hall, K.M., *Irwin, M.M., *Bowman, K.A., Frankenberger, W.R., & Jewett, D.C. (2005). Illicit use of prescribed stimulant medication among college students. American Journal of Public Health, 53, 167-174.

Madden, G.J., Klatt, K.P., Jewett, D.C., & Morse, L.A. (2004). The forgotten resource ensuring the future of behavior analysis: Undergraduate psychology majors. The Behavior Analyst, 27, 33-41.

Levine, A.S., Jewett, D.C., Cleary, J.P., Kotz, C.M., & Billington, C.J. (2004). Our journey with neuropeptide Y: Effects on ingestive behaviors and energy expenditure. Peptides, 25.

Jewett, D.C., Grace, M.K., Jones, R.M., Billington, C.J., Portoghese, P.S., & Levine, A.S. (2001). The kappa-opioid antagonist GNTI reduces U50-488,  DAMGO, and deprivation-induced feeding, but not butorphanol-, and neuropeptide Y-induced feeding in rats. Brain Research, 909, 75-80.

Pomonis, J.D., Jewett, D.C., Kotz, C.M., Briggs, J.E., Billington, C.J., & Levine, A.S. (2000). Sucrose consumption increases naloxone-induced c-Fos immunoreactivity in limbic forebrain. American Journal of Physiology-Regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology, 278, R712-R719.

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