John Pinel

Professor Emeritus

Research Area

Research

Research interests include the effects of learning on experimental epilepsy (kindling); Animal models of human memory disorders; behavioral factors in drug tolerance and dependence; etho- experimental studies of rodent defensive behavior and learning.


Publications

Other: ‘Gilia: The forgotten majority’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Steroids elicit manic symptoms”. University of British Columbia Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Early pain influences the development of the nervous system’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Superman, spinal damage, and stem cells’. 2000.

Other: ‘Leptin: Panacea or pipe dream?’ 2000.

Journal Article: With Barnes, S.J., Floresco, S.B., & Kornecook, T.J. “Reversible lesions of the rhinal cortex produce delayed nonmatching-to-sample deficits in rats’. Neuroreport. 11 (2000): 351-354.

Book: Biopsychology (4th edition). Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2000. This is the preeminent text in its field—translated into five languages.

Journal Article: With Assanand, S., & Lehman, D.R. ‘The evolution of hunger, its relation to ill health, and the myth of set-point theory’. American Psychologist. 55 (2001): 1105-1116. (Note: Bolletino di Psicologia Applicata selected this article for translation and republication).

Book: 2000. Spanish translation of Biopsychology, 4th Edition.

Other: ‘The gift of psychology’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2000.

Other: ‘Pavlovian condition and meals’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2000.


John Pinel

Professor Emeritus
email

Research interests include the effects of learning on experimental epilepsy (kindling); Animal models of human memory disorders; behavioral factors in drug tolerance and dependence; etho- experimental studies of rodent defensive behavior and learning.

Other: ‘Gilia: The forgotten majority’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Steroids elicit manic symptoms”. University of British Columbia Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Early pain influences the development of the nervous system’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Superman, spinal damage, and stem cells’. 2000.

Other: ‘Leptin: Panacea or pipe dream?’ 2000.

Journal Article: With Barnes, S.J., Floresco, S.B., & Kornecook, T.J. “Reversible lesions of the rhinal cortex produce delayed nonmatching-to-sample deficits in rats’. Neuroreport. 11 (2000): 351-354.

Book: Biopsychology (4th edition). Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2000. This is the preeminent text in its field—translated into five languages.

Journal Article: With Assanand, S., & Lehman, D.R. ‘The evolution of hunger, its relation to ill health, and the myth of set-point theory’. American Psychologist. 55 (2001): 1105-1116. (Note: Bolletino di Psicologia Applicata selected this article for translation and republication).

Book: 2000. Spanish translation of Biopsychology, 4th Edition.

Other: ‘The gift of psychology’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2000.

Other: ‘Pavlovian condition and meals’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2000.

John Pinel

Professor Emeritus
email

Research interests include the effects of learning on experimental epilepsy (kindling); Animal models of human memory disorders; behavioral factors in drug tolerance and dependence; etho- experimental studies of rodent defensive behavior and learning.

Other: ‘Gilia: The forgotten majority’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Steroids elicit manic symptoms”. University of British Columbia Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Early pain influences the development of the nervous system’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2001.

Other: ‘Superman, spinal damage, and stem cells’. 2000.

Other: ‘Leptin: Panacea or pipe dream?’ 2000.

Journal Article: With Barnes, S.J., Floresco, S.B., & Kornecook, T.J. “Reversible lesions of the rhinal cortex produce delayed nonmatching-to-sample deficits in rats’. Neuroreport. 11 (2000): 351-354.

Book: Biopsychology (4th edition). Boston: Allyn & Bacon, 2000. This is the preeminent text in its field—translated into five languages.

Journal Article: With Assanand, S., & Lehman, D.R. ‘The evolution of hunger, its relation to ill health, and the myth of set-point theory’. American Psychologist. 55 (2001): 1105-1116. (Note: Bolletino di Psicologia Applicata selected this article for translation and republication).

Book: 2000. Spanish translation of Biopsychology, 4th Edition.

Other: ‘The gift of psychology’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2000.

Other: ‘Pavlovian condition and meals’. University of British Columbia: Macmillan Publishing, 2000.