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1. ET Rolls (2005) Emotion Explained. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
2. ET Rolls (2013) Emotion and Decision-Making Explained. Oxford: Oxford University Press (In the Press).
3. ET Rolls (1981) Central nervous mechanisms related to feeding and appetite. Br Med Bull 37, 131–134.
4. ET Rolls , ZJ Sienkiewicz & S Yaxley (1989) Hunger modulates the responses to gustatory stimuli of single neurons in the caudolateral orbitofrontal cortex of the macaque monkey. Eur J Neurosci 1, 53–60.
5. ET Rolls , E Murzi , S Yaxley , (1986) Sensory-specific satiety: food-specific reduction in responsiveness of ventral forebrain neurons after feeding in the monkey. Brain Res 368, 79–86.
6. BJ Rolls , PM Van Duijenvoorde & EA Rowe (1983) Variety in the diet enhances intake in a meal and contributes to the development of obesity in the rat. Physiol Behav 31, 21–27.
7. BJ Rolls , EA Rowe , ET Rolls (1981) Variety in a meal enhances food intake in man. Physiol Behav 26, 215–221.
8. BJ Rolls , PM Van Duijvenvoorde & ET Rolls (1984) Pleasantness changes and food intake in a varied four-course meal. Appetite 5, 337–348.
9. KC Berridge , TE Robinson & JW Aldridge (2009) Dissecting components of reward: ‘liking’, ‘wanting’, and learning. Curr Opin Pharmacol 9, 65–73.
15. LL Baylis & ET Rolls (1991) Responses of neurons in the primate taste cortex to glutamate. Physiol Behav 49, 973–979.
16. ET Rolls , H Critchley , EA Wakeman (1996) Responses of neurons in the primate taste cortex to the glutamate ion and to inosine 5′-monophosphate. Physiol Behav 59, 991–1000.
17. JV Verhagen , M Kadohisa & ET Rolls (2004) The primate insular/opercular taste cortex: neuronal representations of the viscosity, fat texture, grittiness, temperature and taste of foods. J Neurophysiol 92, 1685–1699.
18. ET Rolls , TR Scott , ZJ Sienkiewicz (1988) The responsiveness of neurones in the frontal opercular gustatory cortex of the macaque monkey is independent of hunger. J Physiol 397, 1–12.
19. S Yaxley , ET Rolls & ZJ Sienkiewicz (1988) The responsiveness of neurons in the insular gustatory cortex of the macaque monkey is independent of hunger. Physiol Behav 42, 223–229.
21. ET Rolls (1997) Taste and olfactory processing in the brain and its relation to the control of eating. Crit Rev Neurobiol 11, 263–287.
22. GQ Zhao , Y Zhang , MA Hoon (2003) The receptors for mammalian sweet and umami taste. Cell 115, 255–266.
23. Y Maruyama , E Pereira , RF Margolskee (2006) Umami responses in mouse taste cells indicate more than one receptor. J Neurosci 26, 2227–2234.
24. ET Rolls , HD Critchley , A Browning (1998) The neurophysiology of taste and olfaction in primates, and umami flavor. Ann N Y Acad Sci 855, 426–437.
25. C McCabe & ET Rolls (2007) Umami: a delicious flavor formed by convergence of taste and olfactory pathways in the human brain. Eur J Neurosci 25, 1855–1864.
26. ET Rolls (2009) Functional neuroimaging of umami taste: what makes umami pleasant. Am J Clin Nutr 90, 803S–814S.
27. HD Critchley & ET Rolls (1996) Responses of primate taste cortex neurons to the astringent tastant tannic acid. Chem Senses 21, 135–145.
28. ET Rolls , JV Verhagen & M Kadohisa (2003) Representations of the texture of food in the primate orbitofrontal cortex: neurons responding to viscosity, grittiness and capsaicin. J Neurophysiol 90, 3711–3724.
29. M Kadohisa , ET Rolls & JV Verhagen (2004) Orbitofrontal cortex neuronal representation of temperature and capsaicin in the mouth. Neuroscience 127, 207–221.
30. ET Rolls (2008) Functions of the orbitofrontal and pregenual cingulate cortex in taste, olfaction, appetite and emotion. Acta Physiol Hung 95, 131–164.
31. TC Pritchard , EM Edwards , CA Smith , (2005) Gustatory neural responses in the medial orbitofrontal cortex of the old world monkey. J Neurosci 25, 6047–6056.
32. ET Rolls & F Grabenhorst (2008) The orbitofrontal cortex and beyond: from affect to decision-making. Prog Neurobiol 86, 216–244.
33. ET Rolls (2007) Sensory processing in the brain related to the control of food intake. Proc Nutr Soc 66, 96–112.
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37. BJ Rolls , ET Rolls , EA Rowe (1981) Sensory specific satiety in man. Physiol Behav 27, 137–142.
38. BJ Rolls , EA Rowe & ET Rolls (1982) How sensory properties of foods affect human feeding behavior. Physiol Behav 29, 409–417.
42. ET Rolls & JH Rolls (1997) Olfactory sensory-specific satiety in humans. Physiol Behav 61, 461–473.
43. MM Hetherington (2007) Cues to overeat: psychological factors influencing overconsumption. Proc Nutr Soc 66, 113–123.
44. ET Rolls , BJ Rolls & EA Rowe (1983) Sensory-specific and motivation-specific satiety for the sight and taste of food and water in man. Physiol Behav 30, 185–192.
48. ET Rolls (2011) Chemosensory learning in the cortex. Front Syst Neurosci 5, 78.
49. SJ Thorpe , ET Rolls & S Maddison (1983) Neuronal activity in the orbitofrontal cortex of the behaving monkey. Exp Brain Res 49, 93–115.
50. ET Rolls (1996) The orbitofrontal cortex. Phil Trans R Soc Lond B 351, 1433–1444.
52. JV Verhagen , ET Rolls & M Kadohisa (2003) Neurons in the primate orbitofrontal cortex respond to fat texture independently of viscosity. J Neurophysiol 90, 1514–1525.
53. ET Rolls (2011) The neural representation of oral texture including fat texture. J Texture Stud 42, 137–156.
54. M Kadohisa , ET Rolls & JV Verhagen (2005) Neuronal representations of stimuli in the mouth: the primate insular taste cortex, orbitofrontal cortex, and amygdala. Chem Senses 30, 401–419.
55. S Francis , ET Rolls , R Bowtell (1999) The representation of pleasant touch in the brain and its relationship with taste and olfactory areas. Neuroreport 10, 453–459.
57. IET de Araujo , ML Kringelbach , ET Rolls (2003) Human cortical responses to water in the mouth, and the effects of thirst. J Neurophysiol 90, 1865–1876.
58. F Grabenhorst , ET Rolls & A Bilderbeck (2008) How cognition modulates affective responses to taste and flavor: top down influences on the orbitofrontal and pregenual cingulate cortices. Cereb Cortex 18, 1549–1559.
59. F Grabenhorst & ET Rolls (2008) Selective attention to affective value alters how the brain processes taste stimuli. Eur J Neurosci 27, 723–729.
60. DH Zald , JT Lee , KW Fluegel (1998) Aversive gustatory stimulation activates limbic circuits in humans. Brain 121, 1143–1154.
61. IET de Araujo , ML Kringelbach , ET Rolls (2003) The representation of umami taste in the human brain. J Neurophysiol 90, 313–319.
62. A Poellinger , R Thomas , P Lio (2001) Activation and habituation in olfaction - an fMRI study. Neuroimage 13, 547–560.
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65. RJ Zatorre , M Jones-Gotman , AC Evans (1992) Functional localization of human olfactory cortex. Nature 360, 339–340.
66. J O'Doherty , ET Rolls , S Francis (2000) Sensory-specific satiety related olfactory activation of the human orbitofrontal cortex. Neuroreport 11, 893–897.
67. ET Rolls , ML Kringelbach & IET de Araujo (2003) Different representations of pleasant and unpleasant odors in the human brain. Eur J Neurosci 18, 695–703.
68. F Grabenhorst & ET Rolls (2011) Value, pleasure, and choice in the ventral prefrontal cortex. Trends Cogn Sci 15, 56–67.
69. F Grabenhorst , ET Rolls , C Margot (2007) How pleasant and unpleasant stimuli combine in different brain regions: odor mixtures. J Neurosci 27, 13532–13540.
70. IET de Araujo , ET Rolls (2003) Taste-olfactory convergence, and the representation of the pleasantness of flavour, in the human brain. Eur J Neurosci 18, 2059–2068.
71. DM Small , J Voss , YE Mak (2004) Experience-dependent neural integration of taste and smell in the human brain. J Neurophysiol 92, 1892–1903.
72. DM Small & J Prescott (2005) Odor/taste integration and the perception of flavor. Exp Brain Res 166, 345–357.
73. ML Kringelbach , J O'Doherty , ET Rolls (2003) Activation of the human orbitofrontal cortex to a liquid food stimulus is correlated with its subjective pleasantness. Cereb Cortex 13, 1064–1071.
74. F Grabenhorst , ET Rolls , BA Parris (2010) How the brain represents the reward value of fat in the mouth. Cereb Cortex 20, 1082–1091.
75. IET de Araujo & ET Rolls (2004) The representation in the human brain of food texture and oral fat. J Neurosci 24, 3086–3093.
77. JP O'Doherty , R Deichmann , HD Critchley (2002) Neural responses during anticipation of a primary taste reward. Neuron 33, 815–826.
78. WK Simmons , A Martin & LW Barsalou (2005) Pictures of appetizing foods activate gustatory cortices for taste and reward. Cereb Cortex 15, 1602–1608.
79. GJ Wang , ND Volkow , F Telang (2004) Exposure to appetitive food stimuli markedly activates the human brain. Neuroimage 21, 1790–1797.
80. IET de Araujo , ET Rolls , MI Velazco (2005) Cognitive modulation of olfactory processing. Neuron 46, 671–679.
81. ET Rolls , F Grabenhorst , C Margot (2008) Selective attention to affective value alters how the brain processes olfactory stimuli. J Cogn Neurosci 20, 1815–1826.
82. F Grabenhorst & ET Rolls (2010) Attentional modulation of affective vs sensory processing: functional connectivity and a top-down biased activation theory of selective attention. J Neurophysiol 104, 1649–1660.
83. T Ge , J Feng , F Grabenhorst (2012) Componential Granger causality, and its application to identifying the source and mechanisms of the top-down biased activation that controls attention to affective vs sensory processing. Neuroimage 59, 1846–1858.
84. ET Rolls (2011) Consciousness, decision-making, and neural computation. In Perception-Action Cycle: Models, Algorithms and Systems, pp. 287–333 [ V Cutsuridis A Hussain and JG Taylor , editors]. Berlin: Springer.
86. F Grabenhorst , ET Rolls & BA Parris (2008) From affective value to decision-making in the prefrontal cortex. Eur J Neurosci 28, 1930–1939.
87. ET Rolls , F Grabenhorst & BA Parris (2010) Neural systems underlying decisions about affective odors. J Cogn Neurosci 22, 1069–1082.
88. ET Rolls , F Grabenhorst & G Deco (2010) Choice, difficulty, and confidence in the brain. Neuroimage 53, 694–706.
89. ET Rolls , F Grabenhorst & G Deco (2010) Decision-making, errors, and confidence in the brain. J Neurophysiol 104, 2359–2374.
90. ET Rolls (2010) Attractor networks. WIREs Cogn Sci 1, 119–134.
91. XJ Wang (2008) Decision making in recurrent neuronal circuits. Neuron 60, 215–234.
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105. ET Rolls (2004) Smell, taste, texture and temperature multimodal representations in the brain, and their relevance to the control of appetite. Nutr Rev 62, 193–204.
106. ET Rolls & C McCabe (2007) Enhanced affective brain representations of chocolate in cravers vs non-cravers. Eur J Neurosci 26, 1067–1076.
107. JD Beaver , AD Lawrence , JV Ditzhuijzen (2006) Individual differences in reward drive predict neural responses to images of food. J Neurosci 26, 5160–5166.
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110. TV Kral & BJ Rolls (2004) Energy density and portion size: their independent and combined effects on energy intake. Physiol Behav 82, 131–138.
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113. BJ Rolls (2010) Plenary lecture 1: dietary strategies for the prevention and treatment of obesity. Proc Nutr Soc 69, 70–79.
114. LA Berner , ME Bocarsly , BG Hoebel (2011) Pharmacological interventions for binge eating: lessons from animal models, current treatments, and future directions. Curr Pharm Des 17, 1180–1187.
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116. DM Thomas , C Bouchard , T Church (2012) Why do individuals not lose more weight from an exercise intervention at a defined dose? An energy balance analysis. Obes Rev (Epublication ahead of print).
117. H Berlin , ET Rolls & U Kischka (2004) Impulsivity, time perception, emotion, and reinforcement sensitivity in patients with orbitofrontal cortex lesions. Brain 127, 1108–1126.
118. H Berlin , ET Rolls & SD Iversen (2005) Borderline Personality Disorder, impulsivity and the orbitofrontal cortex. Am J Psychiatry 162, 2360–2373.
120. FT Crews & CA Boettiger (2009) Impulsivity, frontal lobes and risk for addiction. Pharmacol Biochem Behav 93, 237–247.
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