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JEAN MAYER: A BIBLIOGRAPHY

1948 - 1993

Cumulation edited by Margaret Gooch

A revision, continuation and cumulation of the bibliography and supplements compiled by Jean Butt and David Heisser

Reference Services Department, Tisch Library
Tufts University
Medford, Massachusetts

September 1997


Foreword

A cumulation and extension of the bibliography first compiled in 1976 and continued with supplements in 1980 and 1987, this work is intended as a comprehensive list of publications, exclusive of individual newspaper columns, by the nutritionist scholar and educator Dr. Jean Mayer. The original compilation was issued in the year of Dr. Mayer's inauguration as tenth president of Tufts University. With the extension of coverage to 1993, this list of his writings dating from 1948 is now complete.

The arrangement and format chosen for the original bibliography and continued in the two supplements remain in the present work. The arrangement is chronological, with division by type of work (articles, books, papers and chapters in books, U.S. government and U. N. reports, and letters, speeches, and testimony). Items within each year are listed alphabetically by title; and for works of joint or multiple authorship, names of authors appear in parentheses following the titles.

Instrumental in the initiation of the bibliography, its initial compilation, and first supplement, was Jean Butt, Reference Librarian, Tufts University Library. Her foreword to the original 1948-1976 compilation follows. David Heisser, Reference Librarian, took the lead with the 1981-1987 supplement.

Helpful assistance in continuing this project of the Tisch Library Reference Department was provided by a number of Tufts people. I am grateful to Arlene Ratner and Caroline Shipley of the Tufts President's Office; Frederick S. Jones, Reference Librarian; and Elizabeth Richardson, Reference Librarian, Hirsh Health Sciences Library, for help in extending the compilation from 1988 to 1993. For assistance in scanning, proofreading, and other work in preparing the final cumulation, I am indebted to Regina Raboin, Reference Librarian; Theresa Lyman, Reference Intern; Judith Wynn, Reference Volunteer; and Jim Walsh, Head of Reference.

Copies of Jean Mayer: A Bibliography are held in Tisch Library and other libraries of Tufts University. The call number is RA784. J4 1997.

Biographical information about Jean Mayer is readily obtainable from Russell E. Miller's Light on the Hill: A History of Tufts University since 1952, Cambridge, Mass., 1986, and standard biographical sources including Who's Who in America(1990), Who's Who in the World (1991), American Men and Women of Science (1992), Contemporary Authors (v. 129), Current Biography (1970 and 1993), The Washington Post (January 6, E1,4). and The New York Times (June 8, 1986, April 1, 1992, and January 2, 1993). Dr. Mayer has provided his own autobiographical account, cited in this bibliography, in the chapter entitled "Life as a physiologist and nutritionist" in Discovery Processes in Modern Biology: People and Processes in Biological Discovery edited by W.R. Klemm, Huntingdon, New York: Krieger, 1977.

Margaret Gooch, Editor
Reference Librarian, Tisch Library


Foreword:
JEAN MAYER: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1948-1976

Tufts University Library, September, 1976

Compiled by Jean Butt, Reference Librarian, Tufts University Library, and Janet Edmonson, Graduate Assistant, Tufts University Library and Ph.D. candidate at The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, this bibliography is the latest in the library's Bibliographic Series and is issued to celebrate the inauguration of Dr. Jean Mayer as Tenth President of Tufts University.

Dr. Mayer's writings cover an uncommonly wide range with respect to form of publication: books, articles in scholarly journals and in general periodicals, papers published in conference proceedings and symposia, pieces in newsletters, editorials, newspaper columns and articles, contributions to encyclopedias, and chapters in standard reference works in biology and medicine. Included in the array are works co-authored or edited by Dr. Mayer, works bearing government or international organization imprint, and works in French, English, and German.

It was decided to present a chronological arrangement with each year divided into five parts where applicable: 1) articles; 2) books; 3) papers and chapters in books; 4) U.S. government and UN reports; and 5) letters, speeches, and testimony. No attempt has been made to include newspaper columns, which number approximately one thousand. Items within each year are arranged alphabetically by title. Those works of joint or multiple authorship have the names of authors in parentheses following the title.


THE BIBLIOGRAPHY

1948

Articles

"Growth characteristics of rats fed a synthetic diet." Growth 12: 341-349, 1948.)

"Influence of vitamin A deficiency on the gross efficiency of growth of rats." Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 20: 403-405, 1948. (By Mayer, Jean, and W.A. Krehl.)

"The relation of diet composition and vitamin C to vitamin A deficiency." Journal of Nutrition 35: 523-537, 1948. (By Mayer, Jean, and W.A. Krehl.)

"Scorbutic symptoms in vitamin A-deficient rats." Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 16: 313-314, 1948. (By Mayer, Jean, and W.A. Krehl.)

"Vitamin A deficiency and diet composition." Federation Proceedings 7: 172, 1948. (By Mayer, Jean, and W.A. Krehl.)

1949

Articles

"Definition and quantitative expression of the aging." Growth 13: 97-l0l, 1949.

"Effects of administration of testosterone on vitamin A-deficient rats." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 72: 436-438, 1949. (By Mayer, Jean, and Aldo P. Truant.)

"Gross efficiency of growth of the rat as a simple mathematical function of time." Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 21: 415, 1949.

"Increases in requirements of vitamin C in various circumstances." Journal of the American Medical Association 139: 1019, 1949.

"New nutritional approaches to the physiology of vitamin A." Arquivos Brasileiros de Nutricao July-August, 1949.

"Nutrition on the international plane: the Nutrition Division of FAO." Nutrition Reviews 7: 321, 1949. (By Mayer, Jean, and M.L. Scott.)

"Problems of organic growth." Nature 164 (4158): 65, 1949.

"Tensions physiologiques ('stresses') et carences secondaires dans l'étiologie des carences alimentaires." Revue Canadienne de Biologie 8: 488, 1949.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Synthetic Fats, Their Potential Contribution to World Food Requirements; a Report. FAO Nutrition Studies, no. 2. (By Mayer, Jean, et al.) Washington: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1949. Fourteen pages.

1950

Articles

"Changes in world consumption of calories and proteins over the last decade." Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 28: 103-113, 1950. (By Chatfield, Charlotte, Margie L. Scott, and Jean Mayer.)

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Calorie requirements; Report of the Committee on Calorie Requirements . FAO Nutrition Studies, no. 5. (By Mayer, Jean, et al.) Washington: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1950.

1951

Articles

"Claude Bernard, July 12, 1813--February 10, 1878." Journal of Nutrition 45: 1, 1951.

"Effect of diet composition and activity on food intake and body composition." Federation Proceedings 10: 397, 1951. (By Vitale, Joseph J., Jean Mayer, and D. Mark Hegsted.

"Effects of administration of gonadotropic hormone on vitamin A deficient rats." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 76: 149-151, 1951. (By Mayer, Jean, and J,W. Goddard.)

"Free selection of nutrients by hereditarily obese mice." Science 113: 745-746, 1951. (By Mayer, Jean, Margaret M. Dickie, Margaret W. Bates, and J. J. Vitale.)

"Hereditary diabetes in genetically obese mice." Science 113: 746-747, 1951. (By Mayer, Jean, Margaret W. Bates, and Margaret M. Dickie.)

"Improvement of protein quality of whole wheat." Proceedings of the Society of Experimental Biology and Medicine 78: 450-451, 1951. (By Beaudoin, Rachel, Jean Mayer, and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Influence of protein and choline on copper absorption (in cockerels)." Federation Proceedings 10: 398, 1951. (By White, Philip L.D. Mark Hegsted, and Jean Mayer.)

"M?canisme glycostatique de la r?gulation de la nutrition. I. M?canisme a court terme." Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Acad?mies des Sciences 232: 652, 1951.

"M?canisme glycostatique de la r?gulation de la nutrition. II. M?canisme de correction par compensations a long terme." Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Academie des Sciences 232: 753, 1951.

"Mechanism of regulation of food intake." Federation Proceedings 10: 389, 1951. Also in Nature 167: 562, 1951. (By Mayer, Jean, and M.W. Bates.)

"Problems of tropical malnutrition." Nutrition Reviews 9: 225, 1951.

"Thermochemical efficiency of growth." Nature 167 (4248): 532-533, 1951. (By Mayer, Jean, J. J. Vitale, and T.K. Taira.)

1952

Articles

"Basal oxygen consumption of hereditarily obese and diabetic mice." Endocrinology 50: 318-323, 1952. (By Mayer, Jean, Ruth E. Russell, Margaret W. Bates, and Margaret M. Dickie.)

"Blood glucose and food intake in normal and hypophysectomized alloxan-treated rats." American Journal of Physiology 168: 812-819, 1952. (By Mayer, Jean, and Margaret W. Bates.)

"Blood sugar and food intake in rats with lesions of the anterior hypothalamus." Metabolism 1: 340-348, 1952. (By Mayer, Jean, Margaret W. Bates, and Theodore B. van Itallie.)

"Carbohydrate tolerance in obese and non-obese subjects." Federation Proceedings 11: 457, 1952. (By van Itallie, Theodore B., Rachel Beaudoin, and Jean Mayer.)

"Contribution of protein, fat and carbohydrates to the caloric intake of obese individuals." Federation Proceedings 11: 436-437, 1952. (By Beaudoin, Rachel, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of bromobenzene and cystine administration on vitamin A deficient rats." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 79: 711-713, 1952. (By Dermant, Andre, and Jean Mayer.)

"Extension of the glucostatic scheme of regulation of food intake to 'Houssay' animals, diabetes and other special cases." Federation Proceedings 11: 436, 1952. (By Bates, Margaret W., and Jean Mayer.)

"Familial diabetes mellitus in mice, associated with insulin resistance, obesity, and hyperplasia of the islands of Langerhans." American Journal of Pathology 28: 369-385, 1952. (By Bleisch, Virgil R., Jean Mayer, and Margaret M. Dickie.)

"Food composition tables and assessment of the caloric content of diets." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 28: 308-312, 1952.

"The glucostatic theory of regulation of food intake and the problem of obesity." Bulletin of the New England Medical Center 14: 43, 1952.

"Influence of the protein level and of manganese on bone weight, total calcium content and percentage calcium." Federation Proceedings 11: 444-445, 1952. (By Greenberg, Raymon M., Marie Greene Barry, and Jean Mayer.)

"Normal iodine uptake and anoxia resistance accompanying apparent hypometabolism in hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 81: 323-325, 1952. (By Goldberg, R.C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Primary hereditary lesion in obese-diabetic mice." Federation Proceedings 11: 450, 1952. (By Mayer, Jean, Margaret W. Bates, Ruth Russell, and Margaret M. Dickie.)

"Studies of pyruvate and acetate metabolism in the hereditary obesity-diabetes syndrome of mice." Journal of Biological Chemistry 198: 259-265, 1952. (By Guggenheim, K., and Jean Mayer.)

"Le 'syndrome h?r?ditaire d'ob?sit? diabete' de la souris." Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Acad?mie des Sciences 235: 667, 1952.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Studies of the obese mice." In Conference on the Obese Mouse , July 11, 1952. Bar Harbor: Jackson Memorial Laboratory, 1952. Pages 8-12.

1953

Articles

"Arteriovenous glucose differences, metabolic hypoglycemia and food intake in man." Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1: 208-217, 1953. (By van Itallie, Theodore B., Rachel Beaudoin, and Jean Mayer.)

"Carbohydrate metabolism in 'active' and 'static' human activity." Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1: 91-99, 1953. (By Beaudoin, Rachel, Theodore B. van Itallie, and Jean Mayer.)

"The case of the disrespectful mice." Harper's Magazine 207: 81-85, 1953.

"Decreased activity and energy balance in the hereditary obesity-diabetes syndrome of mice." Science 117: 504-505, 1953.

"Effect of diethyldithiocarbamate and other agents on mice with the obese-hyperglycemic syndrome." Endocrinology 53: 572-581, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean, S.B. Andrus, and Demetra J. Silides.)

"Exercise and weight control; frequent misconceptions." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 29: 340-343, 1953. ( By Mayer, Jean. and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Food intakes of obese and non-obese women." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 29: 29-33, 1953. (By Beaudoin, Rachel, and Jean Mayer.)

"Genetic, traumatic and environmental factors in the etiology of obesity." Physiology Review 33: 472-508, 1953.

"Glucostatic mechanism of regulation of food intake." New England Journal of Medicine 249: 13-16, 1953.

"Hypercholesteremia in the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome of mice." American Journal of Physiology 175: 339-342, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean,and Anne K. Jones.)

"Hyperthermia in hypothalamic hyperphagia." American Journal of Physiology 173: 523-525, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean,and R.M. Greenberg.)

"Metabolic, nutritional and endocrine studies of the hereditary obesity-diabetes syndrome of mice and mechanism of its development." Metabolism 2: 9-21, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean, Ruth E. Russell, Margaret W. Bates, and Margaret M. Dickie.)

"The multiple etiology of obesity: an experimental approach." New York State Department of Health News 30: 1, 1953.

"Multiple origins of obesity." Nutrition News (National Dairy Council, Chicago) 17: 5, 1953.

"Possible role of pancreatic alpha cells in the hereditary obese hyperglycemic syndrome of mice." Federation Proceedings 12: 423, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean, Demetra J. Silides, and Margaret W. Bates.)

"A quantitative method of determination of the diabetogenic activity of growth hormone preparations." Endocrinology 52: 54-56, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean,and Demetria N. Silides.)

"Role d'une hormone s?cr?t?e par les cellules alpha des ilots de Langerhans ('n?socrine') dans l'?tiologie du syndrome 'ob?sit?-hyperglyc?mie h?r?ditaire.'" Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Acad?mie des Sciences 236: 1604-1607, 1953.

"Sensitivity to cold in the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome of mice." Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 26: 38-45, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean, and R.J. Barrnett.)

"Total body water and blood volume in hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome of mice." Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine. Proceedings 82: 647-649, 1953. (By Mayer, Jean, and Norma C. Hagman.)

"Two complex salts of choline and copper chloride and their activity as catalysts of fat oxidation." Journal of the American Chemical Society 75: 2352-2354, 1953. (By White, Philip L.D., Mark Hegsted, and Jean Mayer.)

Papers and Chapters in Books

Chapter on nutrition. In Recent Advances in Medicine . Blakiston, 1953. (By Stare, F.J., T.B. van Itallie, G.V. Mann, Jean Mayer, and W.R. Waddell.)

"Multiple etiology of obesity." Proceedings of the International Physiological Congress, 19th, Montreal, 1953. Page 598.

1954

Articles

"Comparison of one-day food record and research dietary history on a group of obese pregnant women." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 30: 1239-1244, 1954. (By Van den Berg, Anna S., and Jean Mayer.)

"Endocrine effects of hypothalamic lesions." Anatomical Record 118: 374, 1954. (By Barrnett, R.J., and Jean Mayer.)

"Energy balance in goldthioglucose obesity." American Journal of Physiology 178: 271-274, 1954. (By Marshall, N.B., and Jean Mayer.)

"Exercise, food intake and body weight in normal rats and genetically obese adult mice." American Journal of Physiology 177: 544-548, 1954. (By Mayer, Jean, N.B. Marshall, J.J. Vitale, J.H. Christensen, M.B. Mashayekhi, and F.J. Stare.)

"Exercise (treadmill) food intake and body weight in normal genetically obese and goldthioglucose obese animals." Federation Proceedings 13: 468, 1954.

"Failure of thermogenesis and effect of high frequency electromagnetic waves in the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome." Federation Proceedings 13: 454-455, 1954. (By Davis, Thomas R.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Fat metabolism in three forms of obesity." Federation Proceedings 13: 450-451, 1954. (By Bates, Margaret W., Susan F. Nauss, and Jean Mayer.)

"Goldthioglucose obesity." Federation Proceedings 13: 467-468, 1954. (By Marshall, Norman B., and Jean Mayer.)

"Imperfect homeothermia in the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome of mice." American Journal of Physiology 177: 222-226, 1954. (By Davis, T.R.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"The multiple etiology of obesity: production of two types of obesity in littermate mice." Science 119: 96-97, 1954. (By Mayer, Jean, and C.Y. Zighera.)

"Nutrition and civilization. Fourth annual memorial Ryley-Jeffs lecture of the Canadian Dietetic Association, given in Halifax, Nova Scotia on June 8, 1954." Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association 16: 14-24, 1954.

"Nutrition in clinical medicine." New England Journal of Medicine 250: 199-210, 1954. ( By van Itallie, Theodore B., Jean Mayer, and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Present Problems in Nutrition Research...Proceedings of the Symposium held in Basel, Sept. 1-4, 1952." (book review) Science 119: 553. 1954.

"The Red and Green Planet." (book review) Sky and Telescope 13: 126, 1954.

"Use of high frequency electromagnetic waves in the study of thermogenesis." American Journal of Physiology 178: 283-287, 1954. (By Davis, T.R.A., and Jean Mayer.)

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Caloric requirements and obesity in dogs." In The Newer Knowledge about Dogs; Proceedings of the Veterinary Symposium, October 21, 1953. New York: Gaines Dog Research Center, 1954. Pages 10-13.

"The hereditary obese hyperglycemic syndrome in the mouse." In Newer Concepts of the Causes and Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus; Proceedings of the Symposium on Diabetes Sponsored by the New York Diabetes Association. ..October 8. 1953. New York: The National Vitamin Foundation, 1954.

"Multiple causative factors in obesity." In Victor Najjar, ed. Fat Metabolism; a Symposium on the Clinical and Biochemical Aspects of Fat Utilization in Health and Disease . Baltimore: Johns Hopkins, 1954, Pages 22-43.

"The nutrients." In E.C. Albritton, ed. Standard Values in Nutrition and Metabolism (National Research Council). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1954. Pages 5-20. (By Mayer, Jean, et al.)

"Nutritional diseases." In Thomas T. Mackie, et al. A Manual of Tropical Medicine. (Mayer, Jean, and Frederick J. Stare, contributors.) Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1954, Pages 559-580.

"Regulation of food intake and multiple etiology of obesity." In British Association for the Advancement of Science, Proceedings. Oxford. 1954.

"Science." In Julian Park, ed. The Culture of France in our Time. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1954, Pages 266-336.

1955

Articles

"Appetite and obesity." Atlantic 196: 58-62, 1955.

"Demonstration and quantitative determination of the contributions of physical and chemical thermogenesis on acute exposure to cold." American Journal of Physiology 181: 675-678, 1955. (By Davis, Thomas R.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of hypophysectomy, thryoidectomy, adrenalectomy and ovariectomy on acetate incorporation into liver and carcass fatty acids in rats in vivo." Endocrinology 57: 505-508, 1955. (By Bates, Margaret W., Claire Zomzely, and Jean Mayer.)

"Electrolyte and water composition of muscle and liver in hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome of mice." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 90: 199-202, 1955. (By Morse, William I., Guillermo Herrera Acena, and Jean Mayer.)

"Exercise does keep the weight down." Atlantic 196: 63-66,1955.

"An experimentalist's approach to the problem of obesity." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 31: 230-235, 1955.

"Fat metabolism in three forms of experimental obesity: body composition." American Journal of Physiology 180: 301-303, 1955. (By Bates, Margaret W., Susan F. Nauss, Norma C. Hagman, and Jean Mayer.)

"Fat metabolism in three forms of experimental obesity: acetate incorporation." American Journal of Physiology 180: 304-308, 1955. (By Bates, Margaret W., Jean Mayer, and Susan F. Nauss.)

"Fat metabolism in three forms of experimental obesity: fatty acid turnover." American Journal of Physiology 180: 309-312, 1955. (By Bates, Margaret W., Jean Mayer, and Susan F, Nauss.)

"Fat metabolism in three forms of experimental obesity: IV. 'Instantaneous' rates of lipogenesis in vivo." American Journal of Physiology 181: 187-190, 1955. (By Bates, Margaret W., Claire Zomzely, and Jean Mayer.)

"Fat metabolism in three forms of obesity: V. Hepatic lipogenesis in vitro." American Journal of Physiology 181: 501-503, 1955. (By Mayer, Jean, Norma C. Hagman, Norman B. Marshall, and Anne Jones Stoops.)

"Fat metabolism in various forms of experimental obesity: VI. Instantaneous lipogenesis in hypothalamic obese mice." Experientia 11: 358-359, 1955. (By Mayer, Jean and Claudine Y. Zighera.)

"High levels of pancreatic insulin coexistent with hyperplasia and degranulation of beta cells in mice with the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome." Endocrinology 56: 335-340, 1955. (By Wrenshall, Gerald A., Stephen B. Andrus, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypothalamic lesions in goldthioglucose injected mice." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 90: 240-244, 1955. (By Marshall, Norman B., Russell J. Barrnett, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypothalamic obesity in the mouse; production, description and metabolic characteristics." American Journal of Physiology 182: 75-82, 1955. (By Mayer, Jean, Rosalie G. French, Claudine F. Zighera, and Russell J. Barrnett.)

"Influence of the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome and of alloxan diabetes on the survival of mice with Ehrlich ascites carcinoma." Cancer Research 15: 341-343, 1955. ( By Jehl, Jo'Ann, Jean Mayer, and Ralph W. McKee.)

"Mechanism of regulation of food intake and multiple etiology of obesity." Voeding 16: 62-88, 1955.

"Muscular state of the union." New York Times Magazine November 6, 1955: 17.

"Nature of the physiological stimulus for shivering." American Journal of Physiology 181: 669-674, 1955. (By Davis, Thomas R.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"New attitudes toward obesity." Nursing Outlook 3: 640, 1955.

"Obesity following unilateral hypothalamic lesions in rats." Science 121: 599-600, 1955. (By Mayer, Jean, and Russell J. Barrnett.)

"Overweight and obesity." Atlantic 196: 69-72, 1955.

"The physiological basis of obesity and leanness, Part I." Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews 25: 597-611, 1955.

"The physiological basis of obesity and leanness, Part II." Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews 25: 871-883, 1955.

"Production of hypothalamic obesity in mouse." Federation Proceedings 14: 433, 1955. (By French, R.G., C.Y. Zighera, and Jean Mayer.)

"Regulation of energy intake and the body weight: the glucostatis theory and the lipostatic hypothesis." New York Academy of Sciences. Annals 63: 15-42, 1955.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Regulation of food intake and the multiple physiologic etiology of obesity." In Weight Control; a Collection of Papers Presented at the Weight Control Colloquium, Ames, Iowa, Jan. 18-20, 1955. Ames: Iowa State College Press, 1955.

"The role of exercise and activity in weight control." In Weight Control; a Collection of Papers Presented at the Weight Control Colloquium, Ames, Iowa. Jan. 18-20. 1995. Ames: Iowa State College Press, 1955.

1956

Articles

"Analysis of the blood sugar response of obese-hyperglycemic mice and normal mice to hormones: growth hormone, cortisone, and corticotropin." Endocrinology 58: 1-7, 1956. (By Shull, Kenneth H., and Jean Mayer.)

"Analysis of the blood sugar response of obese-hyperglycemic mice and normal mice to hormones: insulin, glucagon, and epinephrine." Endocrinology 58: 220-225, 1956. (By Shull, Kenneth H., and Jean Mayer.)

"Andr? Mayer, scientist, soldier, statesman." Science 124: 616-617, 1956.

"Appetite and obesity." Scientific American 195: 108-115, November 1956.

"Body composition and energetics in obesity induced in mice by adrenotropic tumors." Science 123: 184-185, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, Claire Zomzely, and J. Furth.)

"Caractéres m?taboliques de l'ob?sit? due ? des tumeurs adr?nocorticotropiques chez la souris." Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Acad?mie des Sciences 242: 928-931, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, Claire Zomzely, and Kenneth Shull.)

"Comportement alimentaire de souris ob?ses et des souris normales." Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Acad?mie des Sciences 241: 285-288, 1956. (By Anliker, James, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of hormonal and dietary treatments on lipogenesis from acetate in hereditarily obese hyperglycemic mice." Experientia 12: 66-67, 1956. (By Silides, D.J., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of pituitary growth hormone on the insulin and hyperglycaemic-glycogenolytic factor extractable from the pancreas of obese-hyperglycaemic mice." Nature 177: 1235, 1956. (By Wrenshall, G.A., D.W. Clarke, and Jean Mayer.)

"Exercise can keep us fit." Journal of Health, Physical Education, Recreation 27: 12-13, 1956.

"Experimental hyperglycemic states not primarily due to a lack of insulin." Vitamins and Hormones 14: 187-226, 1956. (By Shull, Kenneth H., and Jean Mayer.)

"Fat metabolism in experimental obesities: VII. Lipogenesis and cholesterolgenesis in mice with adrenocorticotropic tumors." American Journal of Physiology 187: 365-368, 1956. (By Zomzely, Claire, and Jean Mayer.)

"Glucose-6-phosphatase and phosphorylase activities in mice bearing corticotropin-secreting tumors." Journal of Biological Chemistry 222: 415-420, 1956. (By Shull, Kenneth H., George Cahill, Jr., Evelyn L. Gadsden, and Jean Mayer.)

"Goldthioglucose obesity and regulation of food intake in mice." Federation Proceedings 15: 563, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, N.B. Marshall, and J. Anliker.)

"Hexokinase, glucose-6-phosphatase and phosphorylase levels in hereditarily obese-hyperglycemic mice." Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 62: 210-216, 1956. (By Shull, Kenneth H., James Ashmore, and Jean Mayer.)

"Increased intestinal absorption of glucose in three forms of obesity in the mouse." American Journal of Physiology 185: 49-53, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, and Claudine Z. Yannoni.)

"Mechanism of anorexia in vitamin-deficient hyperphagic animals." Nature 177: 1235-1236, 1956. (By Agnew, L.R.C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Metabolism of mice bearing ACTH-secreting tumors." Federation Proceedings 15: 206, 1956. (By Zomzely, Claire, Kenneth H. Shull, and Jean Mayer.)

"Mode d'action de l'aurothioglucose et r?gulation glucostatique de la nutrition." Comptes Rendus des S?ances de l'Acad?mie des Sciences 242: 169-171, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, and Norman B. Marshall.)

"An operant conditioning technique for studying feeding-fasting patterns in normal and obese mice." Journal of Applied Physiology 18: 667-670, 1956. (By Anliker, James, and Jean Mayer.)

"The prevalence and incidence of obesity in a cross-section of elementary and secondary school children." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 4: 231-238, 1956. (By Johnson, Mary Louise, Bertha S. Burke, and Jean Mayer.)

"Relation between caloric intake, body weight, and physical work: studies in an industrial male population in West Bengal." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 4: 169-175, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, Purnima Roy, and Kamakhya Prasad Mitra.)

"Relative importance of inactivity and overeating in the energy balance of obese high school girls." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 4: 37-44, 1956. (By Johnson, Mary Louise, Bertha S. Burke, and Jean Mayer.)

"Specificity of goldthioglucose for ventromedial hypothalamic lesions and obesity." Nature 178: 1399-1400, 1956. (By Mayer, Jean, and Norman B. Marshall.)

"Third International Congress of Nutrition." (book review) Human Biology 28: 284-285, 1956.

"The turnover of liver glycogen in obese hyperglycemic mice." Journal of Biological Chemistry 218: 885-896, 1956. (By Shull, Kenneth H., and Jean Mayer.)

"Vogue's diet authority: symposium." Vogue 127: 64-69+, 1956.

"Warning: the new fad diets can ruin your health." This Week October 14, 1956: 8-9 (By Jean Mayer as told to Lawrence Lader.)

"Who won the Olympics?" New York Times Magazine December 23, 1956: 13.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"La r?gulation de l'app?tit." International Physiological Congress, 20th, Bruxelles, 1956.

1957

Articles

"Adipsia as a primary effect of lateral hypothalamic lesions in rats." Federation Proceedings 16: 90, 1957. (By Morrison, S.D., and Jean Mayer.)

"Adipsia and aphagia in rats after lateral sub-thalamic lesions." American Journal of Physiology 191: 248-254, 1957. (By Morrison, Seoras D., and Jean Mayer.)

"Armand Trousseau and the arrow of time." Nutrition Reviews 15: 321-323, 1957.

"Correlation between metabolism and feeding behavior and multiple etiology of obesity." Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 33: 744-761, 1957.

"Diab?te Sucre, Diab?te Insipide, R?gulation Electrolytique. A. Souleira, ed." (book review) Annales d'Endocrinologie, 1957.

"Effect of changes in ambient temperature on spontaneous activity, food intake and body weight of goldthioglucose-obese and nonobese mice." American Journal of Physiology 188: 435-438, 1957. (By Fregly, M.J., N.B. Marshall, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of sham operations in the hypothalamus on food and water intake of the rat." American Journal of Physiology 191: 255-258, 1957. (By Morrison, Seoras D., and Jean Mayer.)

"Hunger and the hypothalamus." Clinical Research Proceedings 5: 123-126, 1957.

"The Importance of Overweight by Hilde Bruch." (book review) Science 126: 172, 1957.

"Lack of effect of exercise on serum cholesterol levels in two types of experimental obesity." Experientia 13: 250-251, 1957. (By Mayer, Jean, Claire Zomzely, and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Organ weights in three forms of experimental obesity in the mouse." American Journal of Physiology 189: 343-346, 1957. (By Marshall, N.B., S.B. Andrus, and Jean Mayer.)

"The regulation of food intake; some experiments relating behavioral, metabolic and morphologic aspects." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 5: 148-153, 1957. (By Anliker, James, and Jean Mayer.)

"Satiety and weight control." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 5: 184-185, 1957.

"Some advances in the study of the physiologic basis of obesity." Metabolism 6: 435-446, 1957.

"Thermochemical efficiency of growth in rats." American Journal of Physiology 189: 39-42, 1957. (By Mayer, Jean, and Joseph J. Vitale.)

"World Health Day 1957: food and health." Science 125: 625, 1957.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Human protein requirements and their fulfillment in practice." Proceedings of a Conference in Princeton (1955. New York: Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation, 1957. (By Mayer, Jean, et al...)

"Medical aspects of fat metabolism." Cyclopedia of Medicine, Surgery and Specialties. IX: 85, 1957. (By Mayer, Jean, and K.H. Shull.)

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Calorie requirements; report of the Second Committee. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1957. 67 pages. (By Arimoto, K., G. Bergami, M.J.L. Dols, R.C. Garry, D.F. Hollingsworth, M.J. Karvonen, Ancel Keys, Jean Mayer, et al...)

Protein requirements; report of the FAO Committee, Rome, Italy, 24-31 October, 1955. Rome: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1957. 52 pages. (By Terroine, E.F., J.B. Allison, S.J. Cowell, L. Emmett Holt, Jr., Jean Mayer, et al..)

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Over-eating and under-eating; World Health Day... 7 April 1957." Food and Agriculture Organization, 1957. Three pages.

1958

Articles

"Arteriovenous glucose differences, metabolic hypoglycemia and food intake in man." Journal of Clinical Nutrition 1: 208-217, 1958. (By van Itallie, Theodore B., Rachel Beaudoin, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of exercise on glucose uptake in rats and men." Journal of Applied Physiology 13: 269-272, 1958. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of exercise on glucose utilization." Federation Proceedings 17: 25, 1958. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of unilateral lesions in the lateral hypothalamus on the intake of food and water by the rat." Journal of Physiology 143: 78, 1958. (By Mayer, Jean, and S.D. Morrison.)

"Effects of growth hormone on glucose utilization in fasted rats." Endocrinology 63: 654-658, 1958. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Fat metabolism in experimental obesities. VIII. Blood total lipids and ketones in four kinds of obese mice." Experientia 14: 96-98, 1958. (By Mayer, Jean, and D.J. Silides.)

"Functional recovery after lesions in the lateral hypothalamus of rats." Journal of Physiology 143: 41-42, 1958. (By Mayer, Jean, and S.D. Morrison.)

"Gastric contractions in the rat." American Journal of Physiology 193: 4-8, 1958. (By Morrison, Seoras D., Hsiang Ju Lin, Helen E. Eckel, Theodore B. van Itallie, and Jean Mayer.)

"Localization of lesions in the lateral hypothalamus of rats with induced adipsia and aphagia." American Journal of Physiology 193: 230-234, 1958. (By Morrison, Seoras D., Russell J. Barrnett, and Jean Mayer.)

"Levels of serum cholesterol in obese mice." Nature 182: 1738-1739, 1958. (By Zomzely, Claire, and Jean Mayer.)

"Obesity: causes and management." Spectrum 6: 151-153, 1958.

"Physiologic observations on yellow obesity in the mouse." American Journal of Physiology 193: 499-504, 1958. (By Carpenter, K.J., and Jean Mayer.)

"Physiological and nutritional aspects of obesity." Borden's Review 19: 35-55, 1958.

"A physiologist examines some psychiatric assumptions concerning obesity." International Record of Medicine 171: 13-16, 1958.

"Storage of steroid hormones by adipose tissue in two experimental obesities." Federation Proceedings 17: 499, 1958. (By Zomzely, Claire, and Jean Mayer.)

"Zur Physiologie der Adipositas und ihren Beziehungen zur Ern?hrung." Internationale Zeitschrift f?r Vitaminforschung 29: 87-114, 1958.

Papers and Chapters in Books

Preface to book The Teen-Age Diet Book by Ruth West. New York: Julian Messner, 1958.

1959

Articles

"Amino acid requirements of man." Postgraduate Medicine 26: 252-258, 1959.

"Athletics in nutrition." American Journal of Surgery 98: 343-352, 1959. (By Bullen, Beverly, Jean Mayer, and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Caloric intake in relation to energy output of obese and non-obese adolescent boys." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 7: 55-62, 1959. (By Stefanik, Patricia A., Felix P. Heald, Jr., and Jean Mayer.)

"Calories." Postgraduate Medicine 25: 113, 1959.

"Effect of glucagon on gastric hunger contractions in normal, hyperphagic and aphagic rats." Federation Proceedings 18: 100, 1959. (By Mayer, Jean, and S. Sudsaneh.)

"Effect of single and chronic thyroxine injection on fatty acid and cholesterol synthesis in mice." Experientia 15: 359-361, 1959. (By Marchi, Paola, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of acute and chronic treatments with carbutamide (BZ-55) on obese-hyperglycemic mice and their lean littermates." Endocrinology 64: 664-670, 1959. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of chronic treatment with carbutamide on distribution and biosynthesis of fatty acids and cholesterol in obese-hyperglycemic mice." American Journal of Physiology 196: 603-606, 1959. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of hormones on glucose utilization in fasted rats." Endocrinology 65: 475-486, 1959. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Exercise and weight control." Postgraduate Medicine 25: 325-332, 1959.

"Fat metabolism in experimental obesities. IX. Lipogenesis and cholesterogenesis in yellow obese mice." American Journal of Physiology 196: 611-613, 1959. (By Zomzely, Claire, and Jean Mayer.)

"Ghana: a challenge to nutritionists." Nutrition Reviews 17: 193-196, 1959.

"Hunger and food. Special edition of 'Science and Mankind.' Josu? de Castro, ed. World Federation of Scientific Workers, London, 1959." (book review) Science 130: 214, 1959.

"Hypoglycemic effects of saccharin in experimental animals." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 7: 80-85, 1959. (By Thompson, Marilyn M., and Jean Mayer.)

"In vitro studies on 2 types of obesity in mice." Federation Proceedings 18: 521, 1959. (By Christophe, Jean, B. Jeanrenaud, and Jean Mayer.)

"Increased circulating insulin-like activity in obese-hyperglycaemic mice." Nature 184: 61-62, 1959. (By Christophe, Jean, Yves Dagenais, and Jean Mayer.)

"Influence of diet on utilization of glucose and incorporation of acetate-I-C14 into liver fatty acids and cholesterol in rats." American Journal of Physiology 197: 55-59, 1959. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Kwashiorkor." Postgraduate Medicine 26: 98-102, 1959.

"Mechanism of hypothalamic control of gastric contractions in the rat." American Journal of Physiology 197: 274-280, 1959. (By Mayer, Jean, and Saovanee Sudsaneh.)

"Nutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 25: 91-95, 1959.

"Nutrition and athletic performance." Postgraduate Medicine 26: 848-856, 1959. (By Mayer, Jean, and Beverly Bullen.)

"Obesity: causes and treatment." American Journal of Nursing 59: 1733, 1959.

"Obesity: diagnosis." Postgraduate Medicine 25: 469-475, 1959.

"Obesity: etiology and pathogenesis." Postgraduate Medicine 25: 623-634, 1959.

"Obesity: psychologic aspects and therapy." Postgraduate Medicine 25: 739-746, 1959.

"Relation of metabolic events to gastric contractions in the rat." American Journal of Physiology 197: 269-273, 1959. (By Sudsaneh, Saovanee, and Jean Mayer.)

"Serum proteins and their conjugates in mice." Experientia 15: 15-16, 1959. (By Tuller, Elizabeth F., and Jean Mayer.)

"Storage of steroid hormones by adipose tissue in two experimental obesities." Science 129: 1546-1547, 1959. (By Zomzely, Claire, Robert Asti, and Jean Mayer.)

"X. Endogenous dilution of administered labeled acetate during lipogenesis and cholesterogenesis in two types of obese mice." American Journal of Physiology 196: 956-960, 1959. (By Zomzely, Claire, and Jean Mayer.)

Papers and Chapters in Books

"The hypothalamic control of gastric hunger contractions." [Presented at International Symposium on Energy Balance, Kalamazoo, Michigan, (under auspices of Upjohn Co.) October, 1959.]

"Nutritional diseases." In Thomas T. Mackie, et al.. A Manual of Tropical Medicine. (Mayer, Jean, and Frederick J. Stare, contributors.) Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1959.

"The obese hyperglycemic syndrome of mice as an example of 'metabolic' obesity." [Presented at International Symposium on Energy Balance, Kalamazoo, Michigan, (under auspices of Upjohn Co.) October, 1959.]

"Physiology of hunger." In Sixth Spring Symposium on Overweight and Underweight, March 4, 1959. Detroit: Michigan Academy of General Practice. 1959.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Report of a Joint FAO/WHO Mission to Ghana 27 October-6 December 1958. Washington: Food and Agriculture Organization, 1959. 47 pages. (By Platt, B.S., and Jean Mayer.)

1960

Articles

"Altered acceptance and rejection of NaCl in rats with diabetes insipidus." American Journal of Physiology 199: 22-24, 1960. (By Titlebaum, Libby F., John L. Falk, and Jean Mayer.)

"Coenzyme A content of adipose tissue." Nature 186: 640-641, 1960. (By Thompson, Marilyn M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Fluoridation and the general practitioner." Postgraduate Medicine 28: 404, 1960.

"Food composition tables: basis, uses and limitations." Postgraduate Medicine 28: 295-307, 1960.

"Genetic factors in obesity." Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine 36: 323-343, 1960.

"Glucose uptake as a function of food intake in normal and hypothalamic hyperphagic rats." Metabolism 9: 932-937, 1960. (By Christophe, Jean, and Jean Mayer.)

"Human Nutrition and Dietetics. Sir Stanley Davidson, A.P. Meiklejohn and R. Passmore." (book review) Science 131: 407, 1960.

"The hypothalamic control of gastric hunger contractions as a component of the mechanism of regulation of food intake." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 8: 547-561, 1960.

"Michel Eugene Chevreul--a biographical sketch. (August 31, 1786-April 19, 1889.)" Journal of Nutrition 72: 3-7, 1960. (By Mayer, Jean, and Sylvia D. Hanson.)

"Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. M.G. Wohl and R.S. Goodhart, eds." (book review) Postgraduate Medicine 28: A140, 1960.

"Nutrition and athletic performance." Physiological Reviews 40: 369-397, 1960. (By Mayer, Jean,and Beverly Bullen.)

"Nutrition and heart disease." American Journal of Public Health 50: 5-10, 1960.

"The obese hyperglycemic syndrome of mice as an example of 'metabolic' obesity." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 8: 712-718, 1960.

"Pancreatic islets in mice with the obese-hyperglycemic syndrome. Lack of effect of carbutamide." Diabetes 9: 63-69, 1960. (By Gepts, Willy, Jean Christophe, and Jean Mayer.)

"A study of MER-29 in experimental animals." Progress in Cardiovascular Diseases 2: 531-535, 1960. (By Portman, O.W., Jean Mayer, and D.M. Hegsted.)

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Caloric malnutrition: 2. Obesity." In Control of Malnutrition in Man. New York: American Public Health Association, 1960. Pages 32-37.

"Exercise and weight control." In Exercise and Fitness, a Collection of Papers Presented at the Colloquium on Exercise and Fitness. Monticello: University of Illinois, 1960. Pages 110-122.

"Exercise and weight control." In Warren R. Johnson, ed. Science and Medicine of Exercise and Sports. New York: Harper, 1960. Pages 301-310.

"Nutrition and athletic performance." In Exercise and Fitness, a Collection of Papers Presented at the Colloquium on Exercise and Fitness. Monticello: University of Illinois, 1960. Pages 123-134. (By Mayer, Jean, and Beverly A. Bullen.)

"Nutrition for athletes." In Proceedings of the Second National Conference on the Medical Aspects of Sports, November 1960. Chicago: American Medical Association, 1960. (By Mayer, Jean, Beverly A. Bullen, and H. Pollack.)

"Nutritional diseases." In George W. Hunter, et al.. A Manual of Tropical Medicine. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1960. Pages 571-595. (By Mayer, Jean, and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Obesity." In James Roswell Gallagher, et al.. Medical Care of the Adolescent. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, Inc. 1960. Pages 138-147.

1961

Articles

"Adipose tissue metabolism of obese mice on standard and high-fat diets." American Journal of Physiology 201: 23-26, 1961. (By Lochaya, Serene, Nicole Leboeuf, Jean Mayer, and Bernard Leboeuf.)

"Food fads for athletes." Atlantic 208: 50-53, 1961.

"Glucagon and hunger." New England Journal of Medicine 264: 943, 1961.

"Glucose metabolism and mobilization of fatty acids by adipose tissue from obese mice." American Journal of Physiology 201: 19-22, 1961. (By Leboeuf, Bernard, Serene Lochaya, Nicole Leboeuf, Francis C. Wood, Jr., Jean Mayer, and George F. Cahill, Jr.)

"Libyan holiday." Harvard Alumni Bulletin Winter 1961: 36-43.

"Metabolism in vitro of adipose tissue in obese hyperglycemic and goldthioglucose-treated mice. I. Metabolism of glucose." Journal of Biological Chemistry 236: 642-647, 1961. (By Christophe, Jean, Bernard Jeanrenaud, Jean Mayer, and Albert E. Renold.)

"Metabolism in vitro of adipose tissue in obese-hyperglycemic and goldthioglucose-treated mice. II. Metabolism of pyruvate and acetate." Journal of Biological Chemistry 236: 648-652, 1961. (By Christophe, Jean, Bernard Jeanrenaud, Jean Mayer, and Albert E. Renold.)

"Nutrition: first priority in West Africa." Harvard Alumni Bulletin May 6, 1961: 594-598.

"Obesity in adolescents." Consultant (Smith, Kline and French Laboratories) May 1961: 20-23.

"Obesity: physiologic considerations." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 9: 530-537, 1961 .

"Physical performance, skinfold measurements, activity expenditures, and food consumption of college women." Research Quarterly 32: 229-237, 1961. (By Stefanik, Patricia A., Beverly Bullen, Felix P. Heald, Jr., and Jean Mayer.)

"Regulation of food intake in the goldfish." American Journal of Physiology 201: 968-974 , 1961. (By Rozin, Paul N., and Jean Mayer.)

"Thermal reinforcement and thermoregulatory behavior in the goldfish, carassius auratus." Science 134: 942-943, 1961. (By Rozin, Paul N., and Jean Mayer.)

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Nutrition--the chemistry of life." In M. Gilstrap, ed. Promise of the Life Sciences. Washington: Graduate School, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1961. Pages 39-51.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

"Fish proteins in nutrition and their importance in the prevention of protein malnutrition." In Proceedings of the FAO International Conference on Fish in Nutrition. (Paper No. R/III.2.) Washington, September 1961.

1962

Articles

"Behavioral and psychological differences between obese and nonobese adolescent girls." Federation Proceedings 21: 397, 1962. (By Bullen, Beverly A., Lenore F. Monello, and Jean Mayer.)

"The chemistry of life." Co-op Grain Quarterly 20: 39-51, 1962.

"Coenzyme A and acetylation in various experimental obesities." American Journal of Physiology 202: 1005-l010, 1962. ( By Thompson, Marilyn, and Jean Mayer.)

"A diet to fit your daily life." This Month 1 (3): 4, 1962.

"Diets for the aging." Atlantic 210: 63-65, 1962.

"Effect of alloxan on obese hyperglycaemic mice." Nature 193: 135-137, 1962. (By Solomon, Jolane, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of dietary fats on adipose tissue metabolism in experimental obesities." Federation Proceedings 21: 397, 1962. (By Lochaya, Serene, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypoferraemia in obese adolescents." Lancet 7251: 327-328, 1962. (By Wenzel, Barbara J., Harry B. Stults, and Jean Mayer.)

"Long-term hypoglycemia and regranulation of B-cells following alloxan administration in hereditarily obese-hyperglycemic mice." Federation Proceedings 21: 396, 1962. (By Solomon, Jolane, and Jean Mayer.)

"Low blood cholesterol associated with high calorie, high saturated fat intakes in a Swiss Alpine village population." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 10: 471-479, 1962. (By Gsell, Daniela, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition and athletic performance." Junior Swimmer--Swimming World 3(3): 4, 1962. (By Bullen, Beverly, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition in the aged." Postgraduate Medicine 32: 394-401, 1962.

"Vergleich des Serumcholesteringehaltes bei der Bev?lkerung im L?tschental und in Basel." Internationale Zeitschrift f?r Vitaminforschung 32: 460-467, 1962. (By Gsell, Daniela, and Jean Mayer.)

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Nutritional quackery." In Proceedings of the First Pennsylvania Congress on Health Quackery, Harrisburg, May 1962. Pennsylvania Department of Health and Pennsylvania Medical Society, 1962.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Nutrition, Sixth Report. WHO Technical Report Series No. 245 and FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series No. 32. Geneva: World Health Organization, 1962. (By Mayer, Jean, et al.)

1963

Articles

"Alteration of relative preference for sugar and saccharine caused by ventromedial hypothalamic lesions." Experientia 19: 539-540, 1963. (By Titlebaum, L.F., and Jean Mayer.)

"Anorexia nervosa." Postgraduate Medicine 34: 529-534, 1963.

"Attitudes towards physical activity, food and family in obese and nonobese adolescent girls." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 12: 1-11, 1963. (By Bullen, Beverly A., Lenore F. Monello, Haskel Cohen, and Jean Mayer.)

"Blix, G., ed. Mild-Moderate Forms of Protein-Calorie Malnutrition." (book review) Science 142: 1156, 1963.

"Exercise and the prevention of heart disease." Postgraduate Medicine 34: 601-604, 1963.

"Exercise, weight control and fitness." Detroit Athletic Club News 48: 65, 1963.

"Glycerolkinase activity in white adipose tissue of obese-hyperglyeaemic mice." Nature 200: 363-364, 1963. (By Treble, D.H., and Jean Mayer.)

"Lipase and glycerokinase activities in the adipose tissue of obese-hyperglycaemic mice." Nature 197: 182-183, 1963. (By Lochaya, Serene, Joan C. Hamilton, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition and celiac disease." Postgraduate Medicine 33: 592-596, 1963.

"Nutrition and lactation." Postgraduate Medicine 33: 380-385, 1963.

"Nutritional quackery." Consultant (Smith, Kline and French Laboratories), February, 1963.

"Obese adolescent girls. An unrecognized minority group?" American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 13: 35-39, 1963. ( By Monello, Lenore F., and Jean Mayer.)

"Obesity." Annual Review of Medicine 14: 111-132, 1963.

"'Reducing' frauds--how they hurt your patient." Consultant (Smith, Kline and French Laboratories), May 1963.

"Regulation of food intake." Journal of the Dietetic Association (Victoria, Australia) 14: 12, 1963.

"'Safety valve' effect of excess dietary amino-acids and protein on food intake in hyperphagic rats." Nature 200: 1213-1214, 1963. (By Krauss, Ronald M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Serum iron and iron-binding capacity in adolescents. I. Standard values." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 13: 343-353, 1963. (By Seltzer, Carl C., Barbara J. Wenzel, and Jean Mayer.)

"Serum iron and iron-binding capacity in adolescents. II. Comparisons between obese and nonobese subjects." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 13: 354-361, 1963. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Some aspects of obesity in children." Postgraduate Medicine 34: 83-88, 1963.

"Some aspects of the relation of nutrition and pregnancy." Postgraduate Medicine 33: 277-282, 1963.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Methods for improving dissemination of scientific and technical literature on health and medicine." In W.H. Best, ed. Developing Health Records as a Regional Resource. Boston: Departments of Biostatistics and Public Health Practice, Harvard School of Public Health, 1963. Pages 185-187.

"Regulatory and metabolic experimental obesities." In M.A.B. Brazier, ed. Brain and Behavior. Volume II: The Internal Environment and Alimentary Behavior. Washington: American Institute of Biological Sciences, 1963. Pages 273-318.

"Voeding en sportprestatie." In Voeding en Sport. (Amsterdam), 1963. Pages 114-134. (By Mayer, Jean, and Beverly Bullen.)

U.S. Government and UN Reports

"La nutrition et les maladies de la nutrition dans la zone aride." UNESCO. 1963.

1964

Articles

"Appetite and the many obesities." Australasian Annals of Medicine 13: 282-305, 1964.

"Autoregulation of intake of amino-acids: reversal of an 'unwise' dietary preference in rats under conditions favourable for learning." Nature 202: 463-464, 1964. (By Krauss, Ronald M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Body build and obesity: who are the obese?" Journal of the American Medical Association 189: 677-684, 1964. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Disaccharidase deficiencies and their nutritional significance." Postgraduate Medicine 36: A116-A120, 1964.

"Extreme sensitivity of obese hyperglycemic mice to caffeine and coffee." Metabolism-Clinical and Experimental 13: 1369-1375, 1964. (By Kuftinec, Dubravko, M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Food and population: a different view." Nutrition Reviews 22: 353-357, 1964.

"Food and population: the wrong problem?" Daedalus 93: 830-844, 1964.

"Facilitatory effect of high protein intake on subsequent consumption of an amino-acid imbalanced diet." Nature 202: 600-601, 1964. (By Krauss, Ronald M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Galactosemia and nutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 35: 647-651, 1964.

"Importance of body characteristics in the excretion of 17-ketosteroids and 17-ketogenic steroids in obesity." New England Journal of Medicine 271: 651-656, 1964. (By Jacobson, Gary, Carl C. Seltzer, Philip K. Bondy, and Jean Mayer.)

"Intravenous glucose tolerance in obese adolescents." Lancet 7339: 902-903, 1964. (By Vajda, Beno, Felix P. Heald, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutritional quackery." Connecticut Medicine 28: 525-527, 1964.

"Obesity due to aurothioglucose: facilitation of the lipogenesis by a primary period of active obesity (in the mouse)." Helvetica Physiologica Pharmacologica Acta 22: C57-C58, 1964. (By Stauffacher, W., Joan C. Hamilton, and Jean Mayer.)

"Obesity in childhood and adolescence." Medical Clinics of North America 48: 1347-1358, 1964.

"Phenylketonuria and nutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 35: 543-548, 1964.

"Physical activity of obese and nonobese adolescent girls appraised by motion picture sampling." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 14: 211-223, 1964. (By Bullen, Beverly A., Robert B. Reed, and Jean Mayer.)

"Reducing by total fasting." Postgraduate Medicine 35: 279-282, 1964.

"Regulation of food intake and the obesities." Annals of Internal Medicine 60: 719, 1964.

"Some factors influencing short-term food intake of the goldfish." American Journal of Physiology 206: 1430-1436, 1964. (By Rozin, Paul N., and Jean Mayer.)

"Specific hunger for thiamine: vitamin in water versus vitamin in food." Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 57: 78-84, 1964. (By Rozin, Paul, Carolyn Wells, and Jean Mayer.)

"Zinc deficiency: a cause of growth retardation?" Postgraduate Medicine 35: 206-209, 1964.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Causative factors in overnutrition." In Gunnar Blix, ed. Occurrence, causes and prevention of overnutrition; Symposium held at Falsterbo, August 22-24, 1963. Edited for the Swedish Nutrition Foundation. Uppsala: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1964.

"Inactivity and obesity." In Documenta Geigy; Doctor and Food, Basel, Switzerland, 1964. Page 6.

"Metabolism of the adipose tissue in the hereditary obese-hyperglycemic syndrome." In K?re Rodahl and Bela Issekutz, eds. Proceedings of the Lankenau Conference. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964. Pages 329-343.

"Nutrition and athletics." In Proceedings of the Sixth International Congress of Nutrition, Edinburgh, 9-15 August, 1963, 1964. Pages 27-39. (By Mayer, Jean, and Beverly Bullen.)

"Nutrition and fitness." In P.D. White and C. Mitchell, eds. Fitness for the Whole Family. Garden City: Doubleday, 1964. Pages 183-199.

"Physiology of hunger and satiety; regulation of food intake." In M.G. Wohl and R.S. Goodhart, eds. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. Third edition. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1964. Pages 103-124.

"Regulation of food intake." In G.H. Beaton and E.W. McHenry, eds. Nutrition. New York: Academic Press, 1964. Pages 1-40.

1965

Articles

"The best diet is exercise." New York Times Magazine April 25, 1965: 34-5+.

"The doctor's first job: preventing sickness." New York Times Magazine November 28, 1965: 48-49.

"Famine." Postgraduate Medicine 38: A117-A122, 1965.

"Food habits and nutritional status of American Negroes." Postgraduate Medicine 37: A110-A115, 1965.

"Genetic factors in human obesity." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 131: 412-421, 1965.

"Genetic factors in obesity." Postgraduate Medicine 37: A103-A108, 1965.

"Hunger and satiety sensations in man." Postgraduate Medicine 37: A97-A102, 1965. (By Mayer, Jean, Lenore F. Monello, and Carl C. Seltzer.)

"Hunger and satiety sensations in men, women, boys, and girls: a preliminary report." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 131: 593-602, 1965. (By Monello, Lenore F., Carl C. Seltzer, and Jean Mayer.)

"Inactivity as a major factor in adolescent obesity (man)." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 131: 502-506, 1965.

"Influence of protein and amino acids on food intake in the rat." American Journal of Physiology 209: 479-483, 1965. (By Krauss, Ronald M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition and the rheumatic diseases." Postgraduate Medicine 38: A115-A119, 1965.

"Nutritional status of American Negroes." Nutrition Reviews 23: 161-164, 1965.

"Obesity control." American Journal of Nursing 65: 112-113, 1965.

"Obesity in adolescence." Medical Clinics of North America 49: 421-432, 1965.

"Recording skinfold calipers for the determination of subcutaneous edema." Journal of Laboratory and Clinical Medicine 66: 154-160, 1965. (By Lewis, H.E., Jean Mayer, and A.A. Pandiscio.)

"A simple criterion of obesity." Postgraduate Medicine 38: A101-A107, 1965. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Treatment of obesity in adults." Postgraduate Medicine 38: A133-A141, 1965.

"The triceps skinfold as a predictive measure of body density and body fat in obese adolescent girls." Pediatrics 36: 212-218, 1965. (By Seltzer, Carl C., Ralph F Goldman, and Jean Mayer.)

"The ventromedial glucostatic mechanism as a component of satiety." Postgraduate Medicine 38: A101-A109, 1965.

"Walter Bradford Cannon--a biographical sketch (October 19, 1871-October 1, 1945)." Journal of Nutrition 87: 1-8, 1965.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Carbohydrate and fat metabolism in adipose tissue." In International Congress of Endocrinology, Proceedings, Second, London. New York: Excerpta Medica Foundation, 1965. Pages 963-966. (By Lochaya, S., and Jean Mayer.)

"Metabolism of adipose tissue in experimental obesity." In Handbook of Physiology, Section 5. Washington: American Physiological Society, 1965. Pages 645-651.

1966

Articles

"Antagonism between alloxan and caffeine." Nature 210: 630-631, 1966.

"Body measurements in relation to disease: Part 1." Postgraduate Medicine 40: A107-A111, 1966. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Body measurements in relation to disease: Part 2." Postgraduate Medicine 40: A145-A151, 1966. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Changing growth patterns." (editorial) Postgraduate Medicine 40: 114, 1966.

"Crop destruction in South Vietnam." Christian Century 83: 829-832, 1966. (By Mayer, Jean, and Victor W. Sidel.)

"Dietetics looks to the future." Postgraduate Medicine 40: A97-A101, 1966.

"Dietotherapy of peptic ulcer." Postgraduate Medicine 40: A105-A108, 1966.

"Goat hypothalamic electrode placement." Journal of Dairy Science 49: 1575, 1966. (By Mahoney, A.W., C.A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hyperphagia induced by ventricular pressure and pentobarbitone in normal and hypothalamic obese rats." Lancet 7461: 472-473, 1966. (By Mabel, Judith A., Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hyperphagia in ruminants induced by a depressant." Science 151: 458-459, 1966. (By Baile, Clifton A, and Jean Mayer.)

"Life into Space. Charles C. Wunder." (book review) Sky and Telescope 32: 154, 1966.

"Medical priorities." (editorial) Postgraduate Medicine 39: 664-667, 1966.

"Middle-aged men must exercise." Postgraduate Medicine 40: A127-A132, 1966.

"No victory through famine." (article--editorial page) The Boston Globe June 19, 1966.

"Obesity--its possible effect on college acceptance." New England Journal of Medicine 275: 1172-1174, 1966. (By Canning, Helen, and Jean Mayer.)

"Physical activity and anthropometric measurements of obese adolescents." Federation Proceedings 25: 11-14, 1966.

"The regulation of food intake and obesity." Therapeutic Notes (Parke-Davis) 73: 16-18, 1966.

"A review of genetic and constitutional factors in human obesity." Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 134: 688-695, 1966. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"The school lunch program. A factor in children's health." Postgraduate Medicine 39: A101-A106, 1966.

"Some aspects of the problem of regulation of food intake and obesity." New England Journal of Medicine 274: 610-616, 662-673, 722-731, 1966.

"Tropical malnutrition. I. Food requirements and nutritional syndromes; beriberi." Postgraduate Medicine 39: A115-A120, 1966.

"Tropical malnutrition. II. Sprue and kwashiorkor." Postgraduate Medicine 39: A111-A116, 1966.

"Tropical malnutrition. III. Pellagra and other syndromes of malnutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 39: A127-A131, 1966.

"Why people get hungry." Nutrition Today 1: 2-8, 1966.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Nutritional diseases." In George W. Hunter, et al... A Manual of Tropical Medicine. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1966. Pages 591-618. (By Mayer, Jean, and Frederick J. Stare.)

"Obesity." In J.R. Gallagher, et al. Medical Care of the Adolescent. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1966. Pages 178-194.

"Obesity." In S.S. Gellis and B.M. Kagan, eds. Current Pediatric Therapy, 1966-1967. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1966. Pages 2-6.

"Obesity: progress and remaining ignorance." In F.J. Ingelfinger, A.S. Relman, and M. Finland, eds. Controversy in Internal Medicine. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1966. Pages 453-463.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Obesity and Health; a Sourcebook of Current Information for Professional Health Personnel. (By Jean Mayer, et al.) Washington, D.C.: U.S. Public Health Service, 1966. Seventy-seven pages.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Crop destruction in Vietnam." (letter) Science 152: 291, 1966.

"Revelation VI, 8." (letter) New England Journal of Medicine 274: 1272, 1966.

1967

Articles

"Adolescent dieters: who are they? Physical characteristics, attitudes and dieting practices of adolescent girls." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 20: 1045-1056, 1967. ( By Dwyer, Johanna T., Jacob J. Feldman, and Jean Mayer.)

"Anatomical connections between medial and lateral regions of the hypothalamus concerned with food intake." Science 157: 1574-1575, 1967. (By Arees, Edward A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Birth control and population policy in the socialist world." Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin 41 (4): 2-7, 1967. (By Mayer, Jean, and H. Andre Van H. Mayer.)

"Eating and drinking induced by cerebral-ventricular injections in rats with lesions in the lateral hypothalamus." Experientia 23: 1033-1034, 1967. (By Baile, C.A., F. Anne Scott, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effect of coffee on glucose tolerance and circulating insulin in men with maturity-onset diabetes."` Lancet 7489: 527-529, 1967. (By Jankelson, Oscar M., Samuel B. Beaser, Frederic M. Howard, and Jean Mayer.)

"Endogenous glucose release stimulated by oral sucrose administration in rats." Experientia 23: 1009-l0l0, 1967. (By Rupe, B.D., and Jean Mayer.)

"Un essai sur les probl?mes mondiaux de nutrition en 1967." Journal of the Canadian Dietetic Association 28: 57-68, 1967.

"Greater reliability of the triceps skinfold over the subscapular skinfold as an index of obesity." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 20: 950-953, 1967. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"How representative are the weights of insured men and women?" Journal of the American Medical Association 201: 221-224, 1967. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Hunger and satiety sensations in men, women, boys, and girls." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 20: 253-261, 1967. (By Monello, Lenore F., and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypothalamic hyperphagia in ruminants." Federation Proceedings 26: 632, 1967. (By Baile, C.A., A.W. Mahoney, and Jean Mayer.)

"Importance of treating the overweight child." Physician's Panorama 5(3): 4-10, 1967.

"Intragastric injections of liquid diet, water, and acetate and meal patterns of goats." American Journal of Physiology 213: 387-392, 1967. (By Baile, Clifton A., and Jean Mayer.)

"New rat feeding jar: use in study of relationships of food intake and body weight." Journal of Applied Physiology 23: 589-590, 1967. (By Joy, Robert J.T., Charles P. Emma, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition and civilization." Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences Series II, 29: 1014-1032, 1967.

"Nutrition, exercise and cardiovascular disease." Federation Proceedings 26: 1768-1771, 1967.

"Obesity: an influence on high school performance?" American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 20: 352-354, 1967. (By Canning, Helen, and Jean Mayer.)

"Placement of electrodes in the hypothalamus of goats." Journal of Dairy Science 50: 576-578, 1967. (By Baile, Clifton A., A.W. Mahoney, and Jean Mayer.)

"Preliminary report on feeding activity and hypothalamic temperature in goats." Journal of Dairy Science 50: 1854-1857, 1967. (By Baile, Clifton A., Arthur W. Mahoney, and Jean Mayer.)

"Preliminary report on hypothalamic hyperphagia in ruminants." Journal of Dairy Science 50: 1851-1854, 1967. (By Baile, Clifton A., Arthur W. Mahoney, and Jean Mayer.)

"The rape of the crops." Ramparts 5 (12) l0+, 1967.

"Regulation of food intake and obesity." Science 156: 328-337, 1967. (By Mayer, Jean, and Donald W. Thomas.)

"Separation of epinephrine and norepinephrine on glass fiber paper." Journal of Chromatography 30: 632-633, 1967. (By Stern, J.S., M.J. Franklin, and Jean Mayer.)

"Simultaneous determination of regression equations for body composition, body measurements and metabolic rate in rats." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 126: 869-872, 1967. (By Joy, Robert J.T., Robert F. Knauft, and Jean Mayer.)

"Sodium intake in goldfish." Experientia 23: 13-15, 1967. (By Copans, S.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Spontaneous activity of rats on diets varied in protein, carbohydrate and fat content." Experientia 23: 395-396, 1967. (By Seifert, A.M., and Jean Mayer.)

"Starvation as a weapon: herbicides in Vietnam, I." Scientist and Citizen 9: 115-121, 1967.

"Tropical climate and health." The Practitioner 198: 658-663, 1967. (By Mayer, Jean, and Franklin A. Neva.)

"Variations in physical appearance during adolescence. Part 1. Boys." Postgraduate Medicine 41: A99-A107, 1967. (By Dwyer, Johanna, and Jean Mayer.)

"Variations in physical appearance during adolescence. Part 2. Girls." Postgraduate Medicine 41: A91-A97, 1967. (By Dwyer, Johanna, and Jean Mayer.)

"What should be done about teen-age overweight--and what shouldn't." Ladies Home Journal 84: 36+, 1967.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Exercise, obesity and heart disease." In R.G. Richardson, ed. Abbottempo, Book 3. Chicago: Abbott Universal, 1967. Pages 32-36.

"General characteristics of the regulation of food intake." In Handbook of Physiology. Volume I Food and Water Intake. Washington: American Physiological Society, 1967.

"Inactivity, an etiological factor in obesity and heart disease." In Gunnar Blix, ed. Nutrition and Physical Activity (Symposia of the Swedish Nutrition Foundation V). Uppsala: Almqvist and Wiksells, 1967. Pages 98-106.

"Nutritional aspects of preventive medicine." In Duncan W. Clark and Brian MacMahon, eds. Preventive Medicine. Boston: Little, Brown, 1967. Pages 187-207.

1968

Articles

"Activity, calorie intake, fat storage, and the energy balance of infants." Pediatrics 41: 18-29, 1968. (By Rose, Hedwig E., and Jean Mayer.)

"Advantages of the double isotope approach to catecholamine analysis." Atomlight (New England Nuclear Corp.) 67: 1-7, December 1968. (By Franklin, M.J., and Jean Mayer.)

"The bundle of Sch?tz and its relation to the regulation of food intake." Experientia 24: 1220-1221, 1968. (By Arees, E.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Caloric expenditure in cold-acclimating rats: an isogravimetric comparison." American Journal of Physiology 215: 757-761, 1968. (By Joy, Robert J.T., and Jean Mayer.)

"Cheese and monoamine oxidase inhibitors." Postgraduate Medicine 44: 185-186, 1968.

"Dietary treatment of coronary patients." Postgraduate Medicine 44: 179-182, 1968.

"Effects of insulin-induced hypoglycemia and hypoacetoemia on eating behavior in goats." Journal of Dairy Science 51: 1495-1499, 1968. (By Baile, Clifton A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of intravenous versus intraruminal injections of acetate on feed intake of goats." Journal of Dairy Science 51: 1490-1494, 1968. (By Baile, Clifton A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Exercise and heart disease." Medicine Today 2 (8,9,10): 25-31, 1968.

"The fat baby." Postgraduate Medicine 44: 277-278, 1968.

"Goldthioglucose and the blood-brain barrier." Experientia 24: 1253-1254, 1968. (By Arees, E.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Hyperphagia caused by cerebral ventricular infusion of phloridzin." Nature 219: 1374, 1968. (By Glick, Zvi, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypothalamic temperature and the regulation of feed intake in goats." American Journal of Physiology 214: 677-684, 1968. (By Baile, Clifton A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Induction of hypothalamic aphagia and adipsia in goats." Journal of Dairy Science 51: 1474-1480, 1968. (By Baile, Clifton A., Arthur W. Mahoney, and Jean Mayer.)

"Iron deficiency, menstruation and diet." Postgraduate Medicine 44: 277-278, 1968.

"Lawrence J. Henderson--a biographical sketch ( 1878-1942)." Journal of Nutrition 94: 3-5, 1968.

"Meal taking and regulation of food intake by normal and hypothalamic hyperphagic rats." Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology 66: 642-653, 1968. (By Thomas, Donald W., and Jean Mayer. ) "Mr. Freeman and the diagnosis of malnutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 43: 205-209, 1968.

"Obesity: analysis of attitudes and knowledge of weight control in girls." Research Quarterly 39: 894-899, 1968. (By Canning, Helen, and Jean Mayer.)

"Obesity, cardiovascular diseases, and the dietitian." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 52: 13-20, 1968.

"Preliminary observations on the effect of intestinal mucosa extract on food intake of rats." Federation Proceedings 27: 485, 1968. (By Glick, Zvi, and Jean Mayer.)

"The presence of free and bound insulin in goat serum: effect of glucose administration." Federation Proceedings 27: 565, 1968. (By Stern, Judith S., Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Psychological effects of variations in physical appearance during adolescence." Adolescence 3: 353-380, 1968/69. (By Dwyer, Johanna, and Jean Mayer.)

"Quotations from: nutrition, exercise and cardiovascular disease." Canadian Family Physician February: 19-21, 1968.

"A simple and inexpensive swivel joint for the infusion of unrestrained animals." Physiology and Behavior 3: 499-500, 1968. (By Thomas, Donald W., and Jean Mayer.)

"Taste tests as diagnostic tools." Postgraduate Medicine 43: 255-258. 1968.

"Undernourished food policies." Ripon Forum 4 (11): 12, 1968.

"Understanding portion sizes." Postgraduate Medicine 44: 261-262, 1968. (By Dwyer, Johanna, and Jean Mayer.)

"Ventromedial glucoreceptor system." Federation Proceedings 27: 1345-1348, 1968. (By Mayer, Jean, and Edward A. Arees.)

Books

Overweight; Causes, Cost and Control. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1968, 213 pages.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Crop destruction in Vietnam." In Danger to Mankind--Chemical and Biological Warfare. Philadelphia: Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, 1968. Pages 9-l0.

"Function, deficiency, and excess of essential vitamins: vertebrates." In Philip L. Altman and Dorothy S. Dittmer, eds. Metabolism. Bethesda: Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1968. Pages 311-316. (By Mayer, Jean and S.N. Gershoff.)

"Starvation as a weapon." In Steven Rose, ed. Chemical and Biological Warfare; the London Conference. London: George C. Harrap, 1968. Pages 76-85.

1969

Articles

"Adolescent attitudes toward weight and appearance." Journal of Nutrition Education 1: 14-19, 1969. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Jacob J. Feldman, Carl C. Seltzer, and Jean Mayer.)

"Andr? Mayer." Journal of Nutrition 99: 1-8, 1969.

"Biases in counting calories." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 54: 305-307, 1969. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

"Body build (somatotype) distinctiveness in obese women." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 55: 454-458, 1969. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Commitment to sound nutrition." Science 166: 454, 1969.

"Depression of feed intake of goats by metabolites injected during meals." American Journal of Physiology 217: 1830-1836, 1969. (By Baile, Clifton A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Development of hypothalamic lesions in goldthioglucose (GTG) injected mice." Federation Proceedings 28: 753, 1969. (By Arees, Edward A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of secretin and cholecystokinin-pancreozymin on pancreatic juice and insulin secretion of goats." Journal of Dairy Science 52: 513-517, 1969. (By Baile, Clifton A., Zvi Glick, and Jean Mayer.)

"Famine and disease in Biafra: an assessment." Tropical and Geographical Medicine 21: 348-352, 1969. (By Brown, R.E., and Jean Mayer.)

"Famine in Biafra." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 236-240, 1969.

"Feeding behavior of goats: ruminal distension, ingesta dilution, and acetate concentration." American Journal of Physiology 217: 397-402, 1969. (By Baile, Clifton A., Jean Mayer, and Carol McLaughlin.)

"Food additives and nutrition: a primer." Postgraduate Medicine 46: 195-197. 1969.

"Food as the first priority." Time December 12, 1969: 18-19.

"Food watcher for a nation." Life November 28, 1969: 41-42+ .

"Hookworm and nutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 46: 191-193, 1969.

"Hospital's role in overcoming malnutrition among indigents." Journal of the American Hospital Association 43: 85-88, 1969.

"Hypertension and obesity." Postgraduate Medicine 46: 253-254, 1969.

"Hypertension, salt intake, and the infant." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 229-230, 1969.

"Hypothalamic blood flow following goldthioglucose-induced lesions." Experimental Neurology 25: 410-415, 1969. (By Arees, Edward A., Bruce I. Veltman, and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypothalamic hyperphagia in goats and some observations of its effect on glucose utilization rate." Journal of Dairy Science 52(1): 101-109, 1969. (By Baile, Clifton A., Jean Mayer, A.W. Mahoney, and Carol McLaughlin.)

"Insulin-like activity in goat serum." Endocrinology 85: 976-981, 1969. (By Stern, Judith S., H.N. Antoniades, Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Intraruminal propionate and butyrate and insulin release in the goat." Federation Proceedings 28: 491, 1969. (By Stern, Judith, Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"It's not eating that kills but underexercising." Forbes October 1, 1969: 64+.

"Malnutrition in the rich and the poor." Transactions and Studies of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia 36: 215-234, 1969.

"Measles and the state of nutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 253-254, 1969.

"Nutrition and gout." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 277-278, 1969.

"Nutrition and renal calculi." Postgraduate Medicine 46: 209-211, 1969.

"On-the-job nutrition teaching in the hospital." Postgraduate Medicine 46: 219-220, 1969.

"Overweight--what to do. Interview." U. S. News and World Report October 20, 1969: 60-64.

"Pale and pepless? You may have 'the most common deficiency disease in the U.S.'" Family Health 1 (1): 23, 1969.

"Priorities for White House hunger conference." Todays Health 47 (November): 38-39, 1969.

"Priorities in nutrition." Food and Nutrition News of the National Live Stock and Meat Board 41 (1): 1+, 1969.

"A social pharmacopeia for nutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 268-269, 1969.

"Toward a non-Malthusian population policy." Columbia Forum 12(2): 5-13, 1969.

"Toward a non-Malthusian population policy." Milbank Memorial Fund Quarterly 47: 340-353, 1969.

"Weight control in public school children." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 267-269, 1969.

"The White House Conference on Food, Nutrition, and Health." Journal of Home Economics 61: 499-503, 1969.

"The White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health, 1969." Postgraduate Medicine 46: 263-266, 1969.

"Vitamins and mental disorders." Postgraduate Medicine 45: 268-269, 1969.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Caloric protein and fat intakes in children and adolescents." In F.P. Heald, ed. Adolescent Nutrition and Growth. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1969. Pages 17-35. (By Heald, F.P., P.S. Remmell, and Jean Mayer.)

"Physical activity and food intake in infants, children and adolescents." In Gunnar Blix, ed. Nutrition in Preschool and School Age (Symposia of the Swedish Nutrition Foundation VII). Uppsala: Almqvist and Wiksell, 1969. Pages 92-98.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

"Report of the Biafra Study Mission." U.S. Congress. Senate. Congressional Record , 91st Congress, 1st Session, 1969, 115, pt. 4: 4371-4382. (By Mayer, Jean, George H. Axinn, Roy E. Brown, and George T. Orick.)

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"American eye-witness." (letter) The Times, February, 1969.

Statement and testimony. In U.S. Congress. House. Select Committee on House Restaurant. Dietetic-Nutritious Foods. Hearing...91st Congress, 1st Session, October 2, 1969. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969. Pages 3-8.

Statement and testimony. In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Nutrition and Human Needs; Hearings...90th Congress, 2nd Session. Part I--Problems and Prospects... December 17-19, 1968. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1969. Pages 11-41.

1970

Articles

"Absence of protein intake regulation in rats with lesions of the ventromedial nuclei of the hypothalamus." Federation Proceedings 29: 657, 1970. (By Neuringer, Martha, and Jean Mayer.)

"Affluence: the fifth horseman of the Apocalypse: a conversation with Jean Mayer and T. George Harris." Psychology Today January 1970: 43-50.

"Alcohol as calories." Postgraduate Medicine 47: 281-282, 1970.

"Are propionate and butyrate physiological regulators of plasma insulin in ruminants?" American Journal of Physiology 219: 84-91, 1970. (By Stern, Judith S., Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"The college and the university: a program for academic renewal." Harvard Bulletin November 16, 1970: 21-27.

"Commentary." Journal of Nutrition Education 2 ( suppl. 1): 80, 1970.

"Comparative goldthioglucose effects on goats, sheep, dogs, rats, and mice." Journal of Dairy Science 53: 801-807, 1970. (By Baile, Clifton A., Jean Mayer, B.R. Baumgardt, and Arne Peterson.)

"Drink thin." Family Health 2: 49-50, 1970.

"Effect of amino acids and protein on food intake of hyperphagic and recovered aphagic rats." American Journal of Physiology 218: 400-404, 1970. ( By Scharrer, Erwin, Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"An effective weight control program in a public school system." American Journal of Public Health 60: 679-689, 1970. (By Seltzer, Carl C., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of lactate and other metabolites on food intake of monkeys." American Journal of Physiology 219: 1606-1613, 1970. (By Baile, Clifton A., William M. Zinn, and Jean Mayer.)

"Electron microscopic study of goldthioglucose (GTG)-induced lesions in hypo-thalamus." Federation Proceedings 29: 290, 1970. (By Arees, Edward A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Electron microscopic study of the ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus in the mouse." Anatomical Record 166: 273, 1970. (By Arees, E.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Feeding the preschool child." Postgraduate Medicine 47: 267-270, 1970. (By Dwyer, Frances M., Johanna T. Dwyer, and Jean Mayer.)

"Food allergies." Postgraduate Medicine 47: 230-233, 1970.

"Food-borne diseases and consumer protection." Postgraduate Medicine 48: 227-229, 1970.

"An hour of exercise vs. a pound of flesh." Family Health 2 (6): 33-35, 1970.

Human Nutrition and Dietetics. Fourth edition." (book review) American Scientist 58: 694, 1970.

"Hunger and abundance." (interview) Yale Reports, no. 541, 1970. Eight pages.

"Hyperlipoproteinemias and dietary treatment." Postgraduate Medicine 48: 183-184, 1970.

"Insulinotropic and possible insulin-like effects of secretin and cholecystokinin-pancreozymin." Endocrinology 86: 927-930, 1970. (By Glick, Zvi, Clifton A, Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Is bigger really better?" Family Health 2(10): 43-46, 1970. (By Mayer, Jean and Carl C. Seltzer.)

"Is breast-feeding coming back?" Postgraduate Medicine 47: 247-248, 1970.

"Let's talk about good foods." Family Health 2 (7): 26-29, 1970.

"Licensing for farmers?" Family Health 2 (11): 53, 1970.

"Management of weight in pregnancy." Postgraduate Medicine 48: 208-211, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Howard N. Jacobson, Bobbie K. Hutchins, and Jean Mayer.)

"Monosodium glutamate-induced brain lesions: electron microscopic examination." Science 170: 549-550, 1970. (By Arees, Edward A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Nonfood eating and its risks." Postgraduate Medicine 48: 309-311, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Frances M. Dwyer. Edited by Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition for the aging." Geriatrics Digest September 1970: 7-13.

"Nutrition-related problems in pregnancy." Postgraduate Medicine 48: 285-287, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Howard N. Jacobson, Bobbie K. Hutchins, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutritional literacy of high school students." Federation Proceedings 29: 821, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Jacob J. Feldman, and Jean Mayer. )

"The little known secrets about how we get fat." (interview) Fitness for Living May/June, 1970: 50-54.

"Nutritional literacy of high school students." Journal of Nutrition Education 2: 59-66, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna, Jacob J. Feldman, and Jean Mayer.)

"Planning a national nutrition policy." Perspectives in Defense Management (Industrial College of the Armed Forces.) July, 1970: 33-43.

"Potential dieters: who are they?--Attitudes toward body weight and dieting behavior." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 56: 510-514, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna, and Jean Mayer.)

"Reliability of relative body weight as a criterion of obesity." American Journal of Epidemiology 92: 339-350, 1970. (By Seltzer, Carl C., Howard W, Stoudt, Jr., Benjamin Bell, and Jean Mayer.)

"The simple secrets of losing weight." Reader's Digest January 1970: 136-139.

"The social psychology of dieting." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 11: 269-287, 1970. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Jacob J. Feldman, and Jean Mayer.)

"10 ways to murder your husband." Family Health 2: 40-42, 1970.

"Thinning down the overweight child." Family Health 2 (12): 26-27, 1970.

"Universities must project the vision of the future." Boston Sunday Globe, September 13, 1970: A-3.

"Ventromedial hypothalamus and hyperphagia in hyperglycemic obese mice." American Journal of Physiology 218: 857-863, 1970. (By Baile, Clifton A., M.G. Herrera, and Jean Mayer.)

"Vitamin D in rickets and hypophosphatemia." Postgraduate Medicine 48: 280-281, 1970.

"What you should know about food additives." Family Health 2 (12): 54-55, 1970.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Can we have a national nutrition policy?" In Society for the Advancement of Food Service Research. Proceedings of the Conference, April, 1970. Pages 1-22.

"Comparison of goldthioglucose and monosodium glutamate-induced lesions in the hypothalamus of mice." In Electron Microscopy Society. Proceedings, 28th Annual Meeting, 1970. (By Arees, Edward A., and Jean Mayer.) Pages 218-219.

"Exercise and health." In The New York Times Encyclopedic Almanac, 1970. New York: New York Times, 1970. Pages 405-406.

"Hypothalamic brain lesions in mice caused by monosodium glutamate." In Congr?s International de Microscopie Electronique, 30 Ao?t-5 Sept., Grenoble, 1970. Paris: Societ? Fran?aise de Microscopie Electronique, 1970. Pages 771-772. (By Arees, Edward A., and Jean Mayer.)

"Hypothalamic centres: feedbacks and receptor sites in the short-term control of feed intake." In A.T. Phillipson, ed. Physiology of Digestion and Metabolism in the Ruminant; Proceedings of the Third International Symposium, Cambridge, England, August 1969, Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Oriel Press, 1970. Pages 254-263. (By Baile, Clifton A., and Jean Mayer.)

"L'influence des hormones sur le comportement alimentaire." In Les Hormones et le Comportement Paris: Expansion Scientifique Fran?aise, 1970. Pages 5-6.

"It is difficult to speak of nutrition in the year 2000...." In Irving A. Falk, ed. Prophecy for the Year 2000. New York: Julian Messner, 1970. Pages 23-25.

"Nutrition et Civilisation." In Civilisation et Nutrition; Symposium present? par le Centre de Recherches en Nutrition de l'Universit? Laval a l'occasion du 38( Congr?s de l'ACFAS. Annales de l'ACFAS, 37: 43-73, I970.

"On the life sciences." In Science, Engineering and the Quality of Life; Charles Allen Thomas Science Symposium. St. Louis: Monsanto Co., Pages 9-24.

"Physical activity and food intake in infants, children and adolescents." In Proceedings of the Eighth International Congress on Nutrition, Prague, 28 August-5 September, 1969. (Excerpta Medica International Congress Series No. 213.) Pages 354-355.

"Relief programs." In Swedish Nutrition Foundation and the Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA). Recommendations from a Symposium on Famine. Saltsj?baden, 1970. Page 11. (By Mayer, Jean, et al.)

"Some aspects of the problem of regulating food intake and obesity." In C.V. Rowland, ed. Anorexia and Obesity. (International Psychiatry Clinics volume 7.) Boston: Little, Brown, 1970. Pages 255-334.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

White House Conference on Food. Nutrition and Health, Final Report. (Jean Mayer, chairman.) Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970. 341 pages.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Letter of transmittal accompanying the report of the first White House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health, 1969, to the President of the United States." Postgraduate Medicine 47: 248-251, 1970.

"Starvation: mission for U.N." (letter) New York Times, November 27, 1970: 38.

1971

Articles

"Absence of effect of injections of the intestinal hormones secretin and cholecystokinin-pancreozymin upon feeding behavior." Physiology and Behavior 6: 5-8, 1971. (By Glick, Zvi, Donald W. Thomas, and Jean Mayer.)

"The American Dietetic Association Position Paper on the nutrition component of health services delivery systems." (comment) Journal of the American Dietetic Association 58: 538, 1971.

"The best bread in the world?" Family Health 3(10): 25-26, 1971.

"Can you tell the contents by the label?" Family Health 3 (1): 18-19, 1971.

"Chromium in medicine." Postgraduate Medicine 49: 235-236, 1971.

"Diet and periodontal disease." Postgraduate Medicine 49: 249-251, 1971.

"Diet and renal disease." Postgraduate Medicine 49: 241-244, 1971.

"Dietary control of diabetes: 1. Trial and error." Postgraduate Medicine 50: 43-45, 1971.

"Dietary control of diabetes: 2. Present nutritional basis." Postgraduate Medicine 50: 55-57, 1971.

"Don't just sit there." Family Health 3 (9): 25-26, 1971.

"Don't salt it, season it." Family Health 3 (12): 35-36+, 1971.

"Down on the farm." New York Times, December 20, 1971.

"Exercise, lactate, hormones, and goldthioglucose lesions of the hypothalamus of diabetic mice." American Journal of Physiology 221: 150-155, 1971. (By Baile, Clifton A., Carol L. McLaughlin, William Zinn, and Jean Mayer.)

"Famine!" Report from the Agency for International Development 5: 1-3+. 1971.

"Feeding behavior of monkeys: glucose utilization rate and site of glucose entry." Physiology and Behavior 6: 537-541, 1971. (By Baile, Clifton A., William Zinn, and Jean Mayer.)

"Fish is something special." Family Health 3 (8): 41-43, 1971.

"A 4-point peace plan for Ireland." Boston Globe , September 6, 1971.

"Growth hormone, insulin, and glucose in suckling, weanling, and mature ruminants." Journal of Dairy Science 54: 1052-1059, 1971. (By Stern, Judith S., Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Iatrogenic malnutrition." Postgraduate Medicine 49: 247-249, 1971.

"Isn't there anything left to eat?" Family Health 3 (2): 46-47, 1971.

"Knowledge of practical aspects of nutrition among professionals and laymen." Federation Proceedings 30: 585, 1971. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

"Let's put women in their place like, for instance, City Hall." McCall's February 1971: 74+.

"Low-sodium diets: 1. Mild restriction." Postgraduate Medicine 49: 193-195, 1971.

"Low-sodium diets: 2. Severe restriction." Postgraduate Medicine 50: 49-52, 1971.

"Monosodium glutamate-induced optic pathway lesions in infant mice following subcutaneous injection." Federation Proceedings 30: 287, 1971. (By Arees, Edward A., Barry Sandrew, and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition and cancer. 1 Problems due directly to tumors and associated diseases." Postgraduate Medicine 50: 65-67, 1971.

"Nutrition and cancer. 2. Problems caused by drugs, radiation and surgery." Postgraduate Medicine 50: 57-59, 1971.

"Nutrition and heart disease: national commission report." Postgraduate Medicine 49: 257-259, 1971.

"Nutrition and tuberculosis." Postgraduate Medicine 50: 53-56, 1971.

"Nutrition: the up-and-coming 'food additive.'" Family Health 3 (6): 48-50, 1971.

"One year later." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 58: 300-302, 1971.

"Operant performance of rats reared for short and long periods on nutritionally adequate diets varied in fat, carbohydrate, and protein content." Journal of General Psychology 85: 155-163, 1971. (By Seifert, Anne M., Donald W. Thomas, and Jean Mayer.)

"Prostaglandins and food intake of rats." Experientia 27: 256-257, 1971. (By Scaramuzzi, Olga E., Clifton A. Baile, and Jean Mayer.)

"Rapid determination of taste threshold: a group procedure." American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 24: 177-180, 1971. (By Kelty, Miriam F., and Jean Mayer.)

"'La science contre la faim' (Science against hunger) by Michel C?p?de." (book review) Ceres (FAO Review) 4 (6): 54, 1971.

"10 ways to make your diet work." Family Health 3 (11): 24-25, 1971.

"Toward social utility: the direction of institutional response." Prometheus 1 (2): 5-14, 1971.

"Those vital-to-the-diet trace minerals." Family Health 3 (3): 54-55, 1971.

"U.S. nutrition policies today." Boston University Journal 19 (3): 57-63, 1971.

"What to do until the guru goes." Family Health 3 (5): 48, 1971.

"What do they eat when you're not there?" Family Health 3 (4): April 1971.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Famine relief. What kind of organization and what types of trained personnel are needed in the field." In Gunnar Blix, Yngve Hofvander, and Bo Vahlquist, eds. Symposia of the Swedish Nutrition Foundation, volume IX, Famine. A Symposium Dealing with Nutrition and Relief Operations in Times of Disaster, Saltsj?baden, Sweden. August 24-27, 1970. Stockholm: Almqvist and Wiksells, 1971. Pages 178-188.

"Immunoreaktives Insulin im Serum von M?usen mit zwei differenten Fettsuchtarten." In Aktuelle Berichte aus dem Gebiet der Verdauungs-- und Stoffwechselkrankheiten. Stuttgart: Georg Thieme, 1971. Pages 119-121. (By Slabochova, and Jean Mayer.)

"Physical activity and food intake in infants, children and adolescents." In Sheldon Margen, ed. Progress in Human Nutrition, volume I. Westport: Avi Publishing, 1971. Pages 97-103.

"Starvation patterns." In Wes Jackson, ed. Man and the Environment. Dubuque: William C. Brown, 1971. Pages 280-281.

"To the teacher...." (introduction) In Nutrition Education Primary Grades Kit. National Live Stock and Meat Board, 1971.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

"Physiological and social adaptation in famine." In Pan American Health Organization. Advisory Committee on Medical Research. Metabolic Adaptation and Nutrition. Washington: Pan American Sanitary Bureau, 1971. Pages 83-87.

White House Follow-up Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health, held at Williamsburg, Va. on February 5, 1971. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1971.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

Details from keynote speech at Society for Nutrition Education, annual meeting. SNE Communicator November 1971: 2-5.

"Food stamps vital." (letter) Boston Globe , June 30, 1971.

"Jean Mayer on the hunger documentary." Washington Post, April 2, 1971.

Letter to the Editor re: UN. Disaster Relief Organization. New York Times, June 28, 1971: 30.

"Mayer raps Agnew on hunger in America." (letter) Boston Globe , March 28, 1971.

"To end the Irish crisis." (letter) New York Times, September 20, 1971.

"Vegetarianism in drug users." (letter) Lancet, December 25, 1971: 1429-1430. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

1972

Articles

"Beautiful figures come in all sizes." Family Health 4 (11): 32-33, 1972.

"Breast feeding is the best feeding." Family Health 4 (12): 38-40, 1972.

"Canned, fresh, or frozen?" Family Health 4 (5): 26-29, 1972.

"Coping with famine." UNICEF News March 1972: 20-22.

"Eating habits of children." Family Health 4 (10): 24-25, 1972.

"Games young people should play." Family Health 4 (9): 26-28, 1972.

"The Harvard School of Public Health and the Harvard Medical School: Marriage or Partnership?" Harvard Public Health Alumni Bulletin 29 (2): 12-15, Summer, 1972.

"How a husband and wife can go on a diet together." Family Health 4 (1): 26-30, 1972.

"How to eat right and lose weight." Vogue October 15, 1972: 104-107.

"Hyperphagia in the rat, induced by goldthioglucose and mercury-thioglucose packed cannulas chronically implanted in the hypothalamus." Federation Proceedings 31: 397, 1972. (By Sandrew, B., and Jean Mayer.)

"In nutrition, what you don't know can hurt you." Family Health 4 (3): 32, 1972.

Introductory remarks--Symposium: Obese-Hyperglycemic Mice. Diabetologia 8: 48-49, 1972.

"Massive dose vitamins--the newest craze." Family Health 4 (2): 24, 1972.

"Monosodium glutamate induced brain lesions in mice." Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology 31: 181, 1972. (By Arees, E.A., and Jean Mayer.)

"No more apple polishing." Family Health 4 (7): 18-19/45, 1972.

"Nutrition policy and food and agriculture policy." Nutrition Notes 8 (4): 1, 12/13, December 1972.

"Obesity." Postgraduate Medicine 51 (5): 66-69, May 1972.

"Prime target for a heart attack." Family Health 4 (8): 36-38, 1972.

"Science without conscience." The American Scholar 41: 265-268, 1972.

"Science without conscience." Harvard Medical Alumni Bulletin 47 (1): 22-23, September/October 1972.

"Toward a national nutrition policy." Science 176: 237-241, 1972.

"Treating obesity in growing children. 1. General strategy." Postgraduate Medicine 51 (5): 90-94, May 1972. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Caroline U. Blonde, and Jean Mayer.)

"Treating obesity in growing children. 2. Specific aspects: activity and diet." Postgraduate Medicine 51 (7): 111-115, June 1972. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., Caroline U. Blonde, and Jean Mayer.)

"Wanted: labels worth reading." Family Health 4 (4): 30, 1972.

"What are champions made of?" Family Health 4 (6): 24-26, 1972.

Books

Human Nutrition: Its Physiological, Medical and Social Aspects; A Series of Eighty-two Essays. Springfield: C.C. Thomas, 1972. 721 pages.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"A matter of fat." In Science Year Book, 1973. Chicago: World Book Encyclopedia, 1972. Pages 117-131.

"General discussion." In F. Reichsman, ed. Advances in Psychosomatic Medicine, volume 7, pages 322-336. Basel: Karger, 1972.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Decision making in the biological field." (1971 W.O. Atwater Memorial Lecture) U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972.

"Decision making in the biological field." (Atwater lecture) Perspectives in Biology and Medicine 16 (1): 36-50, Autumn 1972, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

"Decision making in the biological field." (Atwater lecture) BioScience 22: 141-143, March 1972.

"Decision making in the biological field." (Atwater lecture) Vital Speeches of the Day 38 (6): 174-179, January 1972.

"Prepared statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Nutrition and Human Needs--1972; Hearings, 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, June 14, 1972. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972. Pages 261-266.

"Prepared statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Nutrition Education--1972; Hearings, 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, December 5, 1972. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972. Pages 8-18.

"Letter to Editor: re Salt." Newsweek, January 24, 1972.

"Skimping on nutrition." (letter) New York Times, January 16, 1972.

1973

Articles

"The ABC's of proteins." Family Health 5 (5) 24-25, 1973.

"Activity increase associated with obesity induced by monosodium glutamate in mice." American Journal of Physiology 225: 764-765, 1973. (By Araujo, Paul E., and Jean Mayer.)

"Breakfast--who needs it?" Family Health 5 (9) 26, 1973.

"Beware of fad diets." Seventeen 32: 196-197, 1973.

"Can man live by vegetables alone?" Family Health 5 (2): 32-33+, 1973.

"Common-sense guide to nutrition." Family Health 5 (4) 22-25, 1973.

"Do nutritional needs change with age?" (interview) Retirement Living 13: 21-23, 1973.

"Eat a breakfast that's right for you." Reader's Digest 103: 189-193, 1973.

"The effect of adrenalectomy on the development of the obese-hyperglycemic syndrome in ob/ob mice." Endocrinology 93: 510-513, 1973. (By Solomon, Jolane, and Jean Mayer.)

"Factors influencing the lesioning effect of goldthioglucose on the ventromedial hypothalamus of Bar Harbor obese mice." Physiology and Behavior l0: 339-343, 1973. (By McLaughlin, C.L., C.A. Baile, P.A. Trueheart, and Jean Mayer.)

"Fat babies grow into fat people." Family Health 5 (3): 24-25+, 1973.

"Focus on Dr. Jean Mayer and vegetables." Harper's Bazaar 106: 122+, October 1973.

"Guess who's coming to dinner? Nobody." Family Health 5 (1): 24-26, 1973.

"How to eat better for less money." (interview) U. S. News and World Report 75: 22-24+, 1973.

"Humbug on the grocery shelf." Prism June, 1973: 31-34.

"Hyperphagia induced by intrahypothalamic implants of mercury thioglucose." Physiology and Behavior 10: 1061-1066, 1973. (By Sandrew, Barry B., and Jean Mayer.)

"Letter to a teen-age girl." Family Health 5 (6): 24+, 1973.

"Monosodium glutamate ingestion and thirst production." Journal of Food Science 38 (7): 1255, 1973. (By Araujo, Paul E., Denis Hourihan, and Jean Mayer.)

"The multinational company and developing agriculture." Monsanto Magazine 51: 25-29, 1973.

"The new vegetarians' food avoidances and attitudes of 100 young vegetarians." Federation Proceedings 32: 937, 1973. (By Dwyer, J.T., L. Mayer, R. Kandell, and Jean Mayer.)

"A research note: monosodium glutamate ingestion and thirst production." Journal of Food Science 38: 1255, 1973. (By Araujo, P.E., D. Hourihan, and Jean Mayer.)

"The search for the secret of fat." Psychology Today 7 (4): 74-79, 1973. (By Thomas, Donald W., and Jean Mayer.)

"So you think you're exercising enough." Family Health 5 (7): 34-36, 1973.

"Too thin? Tricks that 'add pounds.'" Family Health 5 (8): 28+, 1973.

"U.S. adds to Bangladesh's chronic woes." Boston Sunday Globe, September 9, l973, A1.

"What we plant, we reap." Family Health 5 (11): 6+, 1973.

"When you think food, think the 'basic seven.'" Family Health 5 (12 ): 40-41, 1973 .

"When you're eating for two." Family Health 5 (10): 31+, 1973.

Books

U.S. Nutrition Policies in the Seventies. (Edited by Jean Mayer.) San Francisco: W. H. Freeman, 1973, 256 pages.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Improving large scale programs and agencies. U.S. Department of Agriculture built-in conflicts." In Jean Mayer, ed. U.S. Nutrition Policies in the Seventies. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1973. Pages 205-207.

"Improving the nutrition of those most vulnerable to hunger and malnutrition; athero- sclerotic disease, diabetes, and hypertension: background considerations." In Jean Mayer, ed. U.S. Nutrition Policies in the Seventies. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1973. Pages 37-43. (By McGandy, R.B., and Jean Mayer.)

"Improving the nutrition of those most vulnerable to hunger and malnutrition; heart disease: plans for action." In Jean Mayer, ed. U.S. Nutrition Policies in the Seventies. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1973. Pages 44-52.

"Informative food labels." In Science Year Book, 1974. Chicago: World Book Encyclopedia, 1973. Page 331.

"Monitoring the wholesomeness and nutritional value of our foods labeling." In Jean Mayer, ed. U.S. Nutrition Policies in the Seventies. San Francisco: W.H. Freeman, 1973. Pages 150-156.

"Nutritional aspects of aging." In Proceedings of the Conference on Dentistry and the Geriatric Patient, April 10-12, 1972. Boston: Harvard School of Dental Medicine, 1973. Pages 21-33.

"Overfeeding and obesity in infants and children." In J.C. Somogyi, ed. (Bibliotheca Nutritio et Dieta, No. 18) Nutrition and Technology of Foods for Growing Humans. Proceedings of the Symposium on the International Union of Nutritional Sciences. Zurich, Switzerland, October 13-15, 1971. Basel: Karger, 1973. Pages 123-152. (By Dwyer, J.T., and Jean Mayer.)

"Obesity." In Robert S. Goodhart and Maurice E. Shils, eds. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease; Dietotherapy. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1973. Pages 625-644.

"Physiology of hunger and satiety regulation of food intake." In Robert S. Goodhart and Maurice E. Shils, eds. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease; Dietotherapy. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1973. Pages 474-492.

"Why exercise pays." In Food and Fitness. Blue Cross, February, 1973: 10-17.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Nutrition Education--1973; Hearings, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, Part 3-- TV Advertising of Food to Children, March 5, 1973. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973. Pages 256-266, 269-275.

"Statement of Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Subcommittee on Monopoly of the Select Committee on Small Business. Advertising of Proprietary Medicines; Hearings, 92nd Congress, 2nd Session, December 5-8, 13 and 14, 1972. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1973. Pages 1263-1274.

1974

Articles

"Absence of effect of intraaortal glucose infusions upon spontaneous meals of rats." Pfluegers Archiv-European Journal of Physiology 351: 315-322, 1974. (By Scharrer, Erwin, Donald W. Thomas, and Jean Mayer.)

"Aging and nutrition." Geriatrics 29: 57-59, 1974.

"Agriculture, the island empire." Daedalus 103: 83-95, 1974. (By Mayer, Andr?, and Jean Mayer.)

"At home with the Jean Mayers." Family Health 6 (2): 32-33, 1974.

"By bread alone." (book review) New York Times, December 15, 1974: 19.

"Calories still count." Family Health 6 (10): 42+, 1974.

"Children in the balance." UNICEF News 81 (3): 8-11, 1974.

"A comparative study of circulating insulin concentration and adipose tissue glycerokinase activity in experimental obesity." Federation Proceedings 33: 701, 1974. (By Thenen, S.W., and Jean Mayer.)

"Coping with famine." Foreign Affairs 53: 98-120, 1974.

"Effect of a low dose of alloxan on blood glucose, islet beta cell granulation, body weight, and insulin resistance of ob/ob mice." Diabetologia 10: 709-715, 1974. (By Solomon, J., R.J. Bulkley, and Jean Mayer.)

"Excerpts from interview on 'Meet the Press', October 27, 1974." Front Lines 13 (1): 8, 1974.

"Family resolution for '74: shape up and slim down." Family Health 6 (1): 26, 1974.

"Finding hunger's cure." Development Forum 2 (9): 1, 1974.

"Holiday stuffing." Family Health 6 (12): 46-48, 1974.

"How to cope with calories." Harper's Bazaar 107: 45+, 1974.

"I am not an optimist now." (interview) International Newsweek November 11, 1974: 56.

"Keep your child's heart healthy." Family Health 6 (7): 18+, 1974.

"Long term follow up of a preventive program for obesity control." Federation Proceedings 33: 702, 1974. (By Dwyer, J.T., and Jean Mayer.)

"The new vegetarians; group affiliation and dietary strictures related to attitudes and life style." Journal of the American Dietetic Association 64: 376-382, 1974. (By Dwyer, J.T., R.F. Kandel, L.D. Mayer, and Jean Mayer.)

"The new vegetarians: the natural high?" Journal of the American Dietetic Association 65: 529-536, 1974. (By Dwyer, J.T., L.D. Mayer, K. Dowd, R.F. Kandel, and Jean Mayer.)

"The obese child." Today's Education 63 (1): 37-40, 1974.

"Obesity, heredity, hunger." World Health February-March, 1974: 22-27.

"Obesity: the overlooked factor." Medical Opinion April, 1974: 19+.

"Pediatric arteriosclerosis: the epidemic's origins." Medical Opinion 3 (5): 52-55, 1974.

"Pills, potions and promises." Family Health 6 (6): 36+, 1974.

"Protein, the master builder." Family Health 6 (8): 38-39+ , 1974.

"Scale down your sugar." Family Health 6 (4): 24+, 1974.

"The scoop--in a nutshell." (interview) Life and Health 2 (1): 9-15, 1974.

"Snacks." Family Health 6 (3): 32-33, 1974.

"Too many people too little food." Family Health 6 (11): 42+, 1974.

"Too much of a good thing." Family Health 6 (5): 34+, 1974.

"Water, you can't live without it." Family Health 6 (9): 27-28, 1974.

"What to teach--when and why." Instructor 83 (5): 53, 1974.

Books

Health and the Patterns of Life. (Edited by Jean Mayer.) New York: D. van Nostrand, 1974. 532 pages.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Food habits and energy balance in man." In Proceedings of International Physiological Congress. New Delhi, 1974. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

"Nutrition and research." In The Greatest Adventure. New York: The RockefelIer Press, 1974. Pages 95-108.

"A preventive programme for obesity control: five-year follow-up on the success of an educational endeavour to influence physical activity and diet among 13 year old girls." In Obesity Symposium, Servier Research Institute, December 4-5, 1973. London: Churchill Livingstone, 1974. Pages 253-279. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Prepared statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Subcommittee on South Asian Affairs, Committee on Foreign Relations. World Food Grain Situation; Hearing, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, October 3, 1973. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. Pages 35-40.

"Remarks by Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. National Nutrition Policy Study--1974; Hearings, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, June 19, 1974. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. Pages xv-xix.

Response of Dr. Mayer to a question about products information, statistics. In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. National Nutrition Policy Study--1974; Hearings, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, June 20, 1974. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. Pages 2218-2219.

Response of Dr. Mayer to question by Senator Percy. In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. National Nutrition Policy Study--1974; Hearings, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session June 20, 1974. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. Pages 2201-2202.

Response of Dr. Mayer to statement of William Quealy. In U.S. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. National Nutrition Policy Study--1974; Hearings, 93rd Congress, 2nd Session, June 20, 1974 . Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. Page 1814.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. World Food Grain Situation; Hearing, 93rd Congress, 1st Session, October 5, 1973. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974. Pages 31-40.

1975

Articles

"Adipose tissue glycerokinase activity in genetic and acquired obesity in rats and mice." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 148: 953-957, 1975. (By Thenen, Shirley W., and Jean Mayer.)

"The American way of eating." Family Health 7 (4): 30+, 1975.

"Beauty and health: you can't have one without the other." Family Health 7 (6): 32, 1975.

"Beyond economics and nutrition: the complex basis of food policy." Science 188: 566-570, 1975. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

"Conditioned taste aversion in the Mongolian gerbil (meriones unguiculatus)." Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 6 (3): 303-305, 1975. (By Kanarek, Robin B., Kimberley S. Adams, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of nutrition on maternal infant interaction." Federation Proceedings 34 (7): 1571-1602, 1975. (By Kallen, D.J., E. Pollitt, and Jean Mayer.)

"Exercise!" Family Health 7 (2): 43-44, 1975.

"Feeding the world in the year 2000; a symposium." Futurist 9: 294-309, 1975. (By Mayer, Jean et al.)

"Fiber: the neglected nutrient." Family Health 7 (3): 41-42, 1975.

"Food in your future: where should we go?" Family Health 7 (11): 28, 1975.

"How to eat right--for you and your baby." Family Health 7 (10): 36, 1975.

"How to eat to feel your best." Family Circle September, 1975: 123-130. (By Mayer, Jean, and J. Ramsey.)

"Let them eat cake." Family Health 7 (12): 44, 1975.

"Long term effects of restricted insulin secretion in young ob/ob mice." Federation Proceedings 34: 908, 1975. (By Boozer, C.N., and Jean Mayer.)

"Management of famine relief." Science 188: 571-578, 1975.

"New UNICEF study re-appraises child nutrition priorities." UN Development Forum May, 1975: 4.

"Nutrition's future: food for thought." Family Health 7 (1): 42-43. 1975.

"Obesity." Progress in Food and Nutrition Science 1: 115-122, 1975.

"Stopping famines before they start." UNICEF News 85 (3): 18, 1975.

"The struggle for an adequate world diet." The Futurist 9: 294, 1975.

"Take a vacation--but not from nutrition." Family Health 7 (7): 34, 1975.

"Time for reappraisal." Journal of Nutrition Education 7 (1): 8, 10-12, 1975.

"Trace elements: pinning down the facts." Family Health 7 (5): 43, 1975.

"We should all know better." Family Health 7 (8): 40-42, 1975.

"What we must do to feed the world." Reader's Digest 107: 75-78, 1975.

"What's your nutrition I.Q.?" Family Health 7 (9): 30, 1975.

"Why the food crisis?" Reader's Digest 106: 73-77, 1975.

"The world food crisis." Dialogue 8: 126-128, 1975.

Books

A Diet for Living. New York: David McKay, 1975. 293 pages.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"The dismal condition: problems faced by obese adolescent girls in American society." In G.A. Bray, ed. Obesity in Perspective. (Fogarty International Center Conference on Obesity.) Volume 2, parts 1 and 2. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1975. Pages 25, 103-110. (By Dwyer, Johanna T., and Jean Mayer.)

Introduction. In Platon J. Collipp, ed. Childhood Obesity. Acton: Publishing Sciences Group, 1975.

"Obesity during childhood." In Myron Winick, ed. Current Concepts in Nutrition, Volume 3. Childhood Obesity. New York. John Wiley and Sons, 1975. Pages 73-80.

U.S. Government and UN Reports

Priorities in Child Nutrition in Developing Countries. (Prepared under the direction of Jean Mayer.) New York: United Nations Children's Fund, 1975. Five volumes.

1976

Articles

"Agriculture; trouble in the land of plenty." Family Health 8 (3): 34, 1976.

"Bitter truth about sugar." New York Times Magazine June 20, 1976: 26.

"Charting a course to good nutrition with your children." Family Health 8: 30-32, 1976.

"Diet." Family Health 8 (1): 44, 1976.

"Diet--eat 'hearty!'" Family Health 8 (2): 34, 1976.

"The dimensions of human hunger." Scientific American 235: 40-49, 1976.

"The effect of a low carbohydrate diet on the oxidation of the energy components in meals fed genetically obese and nonobese mice." Federation Proceedings 35: 760, 1976. (By Thenen, S.W., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of alloxan induced diabetes on the feeding patterns of rats." Physiology and Behavior 17: 345-349, 1976. (By Thomas, D.W., E. Scharrer, and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of fructose and other dietary carbohydrates on plasma glucose, insulin, and lipids in genetically (OB/OB) obese mice." Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine 153: 464-467, 1976. (By Thenen, S.W., and Jean Mayer.)

"Effects of long-term restricted insulin production in obese-hyperglycemic (genotype ob/ob) mice." Diabetologia 12: 181-187, 1976.

"Experts are divided about food additives." Family Health 8: 36-38, 1976.

"Food for a healthy heart." Family Health 8: 38-40, 1976.

"How to eat right and live longer." U. S. News and World Report 81: 37-40, 1976.

"Hyperinsulinemia and fat cell glycerokinase activity in obese (ob/ob) and diabetic (db/db) mice." Hormone and Metabolic Research 8 : 80-81, 1976. (By Thenen, S.W., and Jean Mayer.)

"A matter of taste." Family Health 8 (4): 26, 1976.

"New look at old formulas." Family Health 8: 38-40, 1976.

"Revolutionaries who drink together." Family Health 8: 64, 1976.

"TVP: can you tell the meat substitute from the real thing?" Family Health 8: 40-41, 1976.

"The whole wheat story." Family Health 8 (5): 44-45, 1976.

"12 New year's resolutions your family can't afford to break." Family Health 8: 44-45, 1976.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Agricultural productivity and world nutrition." In Brown, et al... eds. Crop Productivity... Research Imperatives, October 20-24, 1975. East Lansing: Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station, 1976. Page 97.

"America's health system and medical research: pluses, minuses and ethical dilemmas." In Mitchell and Link, eds. Impact of Public Policy on Drug Innovation and Pricing: Proceedings of the Third Seminar on Pharmaceutical Public Policy Issues. Washington: The American University, 1976. Pages 99-112.

"Nutrition"; "Malnutrition"; "Weight control." In World Book Encyclopedia. 1971 and 1976 editions. Pages 446-470 (volume 14); 87-88 (volume 13); 147-149 (volume 21).

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Food -- affluence and poverty." (Speech) American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, 1976. Audiotape Cassette. Washington: AAAS.

"Nutrition-related causes of death, and characteristics of aging, in industrialized and developing countries." (Speech) American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, Boston, Massachusetts, 1976. Audiotape Cassette. Washington: AAAS.

"Use of multiple models of experimental obesity." (Speech) Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, Annual Meeting, Anaheim, California, 1976. Federation Proceedings, March 1976.

1977

Articles

"Baby foods grow up." Family Health 9: 36-37, 1977.

"The battle over vitamin C: it all started on the high seas." Family Health 9: 26-28, 1977.

"Effects of dietary caloric density on feeding behavior in Mongolian gerbils (Meriones unguicalatus)." Physiology and Behavior 19: 497-501, 1977. (By Kanarek, R.B., J.D. Ogilby, and Jean Mayer.)

"Energy utilization of a low carbohydrate diet fed genetically obese rats and mice." Journal of Nutrition 107: 320-329, 1977. (By Thenen, Shirley W., and Jean Mayer.)

"Give thanks for safe food." Family Health 9: 37, 1977.

"Let's subtract additives." Family Health 9: 42-43, 1977.

"Nutritional outputs and energy inputs in seafoods." Science 198: 261, 1977. (By Rawitscher, Mary and Jean Mayer.)

"The saccharin ban: weighing the risks." Family Health 9: 38-40, 1977.

"Should you starve yourself thin?" Family Health 9: 24-25, 1977.

"Surefire ways to ruin your summer vacation." Family Health 9: 22-24, 1977.

"The thirst quenchers (drinking liquids to provide the body with water)." Family Health 9: 33-34, 1977.

"Three musts that keep diabetics on the go." Family Health 9: 30-32, 1977.

"Where can we get reliable facts about good nutrition?" Family Health 9: 32-34, 1977.

"Why the feud over high-fiber foods?" Family Health 9: 33-34, 1977.

Books

Food & Nutrition in Health & Disease. (Edited by Moss, N. Henry and Jean Mayer.) Philadelphia: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 300: 1977.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Life as a physiologist and nutritionist." In Discovery Processes in Modern Biology: People and Processes in Biological Discovery. Edited by W.R. Klemm. Huntington: Robert E. Krieger Publishing Co., 1977. Page 171+.

"Food, nutrition and population interaction: an introduction to the significance of the Conference." In Food and Nutrition in Health and Disease. Edited by Moss, N. Henry and Jean Mayer. (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 300: 5-7.)

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. House. Subcommittee on Domestic Marketing, Consumer Relations, and Nutrition, Committee on Agriculture. Nutrition Education; Hearing, 95th Congress, 1st Session, September 27. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. Pages 37-40.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate Select Committee on Nutrition and Human Needs. Food Quality in Federal Food Programs; Hearings, 95th Congress, 1st Session, September 30, 1977. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1977. Pages 5-15.

"The Wendell H. Griffith Memorial Symposium of the American Institute of Nutrition on Experimental Models for the Study of Obesity, Anaheim, California, April 12, 1976." Federation Proceedings 36: 137-158, 1977.

1978

Articles

"Dietary goals for the United States. (Eat sensible)." Family Health 10: 39-40, 1978.

"Does your doctor know beans about food?" Family Health 10: 38-39, 1978.

"Education now." Saturday Review 5: 45, 1978.

"The fad diet bust: a surefire, hundred percent successful method of permanent weight loss is nonexistent." Family Health 10: 42-43, 1978.

"Food has to be fed, too." Family Health 10: 34-35, 1978.

"Liquid protein: the last word on the last-chance diet." Family Health 10: 40-41, 1978.

"Meal size as a determinant of food intake in normal and hypothalamic obese rats." Physiology and Behavior 21: 113-117, 1978. (By Thomas, D.W., and Jean Mayer.)

"The mysterious fat family: new research indicates that cholesterol may not always be the black sheep." Family Health 10: 44-45, 1978.

"Statistics of life." Family Health 10: 43-44, 1978.

"Sugar: taking the bitter with the sweet." Family Health 10: 26-27, 1978.

"2-Deoxy-D-glucose induced feeding: relation to diet palatability." Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior 8: 615-618, 1978. (By Kanarek, R.B., and Jean Mayer.)

"Where have all the raspberries gone? (casualty of agribusiness)." Family Health 10: 45-46, 1978.

Books

World Nutrition, a U.S. View. (Edited by Mayer, Jean, and Dorothy Campbell.) Washington: Voice of America, 1978. 389 pages.

U.S. Government Reports and UN Reports

Energy use in U.S. seafoods: final report for period July 1, 1977 - June 30, 1978. (By Mayer, Jean and Mary Rawitscher). Washington: U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration, 1978. 89 pages.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Nutrition relative to energy costs for some convenience foods." (Speech) American Association for the Advancement of Science, Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C., 1978. Audiotape Cassette. Washington: AAAS.

"Statement of Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. Agriculture ... and Related Appropriations; Hearings, 95th Congress, 2d Session. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978. Pages 4656-4664+, 4695-4702.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Refugee and Humanitarian Problems in Vietnam; Hearing, 95th Congress, 2d Session, August 22, 1978. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978. Pages 6-18.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Subcommittee on Nutrition. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Nutrition Research; Hearing, 95th Congress, 2d Session, February 22, 1978. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1978. Pages 25-30, 52-55.

"Statement on Vietnam." People and the Pursuit of Truth 4: 4+.

"Vietnamese universities." (Letter) Science 202: 262, 1978.

"The World Food Situation: 1978." J. Seward Johnson Lectures in Marine Policy. Woods Hole, Massachusetts: Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1978.

1979

Articles

"American medicine: strengths and weaknesses." Rhode Island Medical Journal 62: 59-62, 1979.

"The back-to-nature movement: how natural should you get?" Family Health 11: 20-22, 1979.

"Dietary caffeine glucose tolerance and insulin sensitivity in mice." Journal of Food Science 44: 1761-1764, 1979. (By Araujo, P.E., and Jean Mayer.)

"Eat." Family Health 11: 46, 1979.

"Energy, food, and the consumer." Technology Review 81: 44-52, 1979. (By Rawitscher, Mary, and Jean Mayer.)

"Energy use in convenience foods." Food Policy 4: 236-244, 1979. (By Rawitscher, Mary, and Jean Mayer.)

"Feeding the world's population." Radcliffe Quarterly 65: 27-30.

"Food fortification: how much is enough?" Family Health 11: 48-49, 1979.

"Juvenile-onset obesity and deficits in caloric regulation in MSG-treated rats." Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Behavior 10: 717-721, 1979. (By Kanarek, R.B., J. Meyers, R.G. Meade and Jean Mayer.)

"No matter how much I eat, I can't gain weight!" Family Health 11: 42, 1979.

"Nutrition: the secret ingredient in graceful aging (good eating habits)." Family Health 11: 48-50, 1979.

"Of pizzas, pretzels and turkey pot pies." Family Health 11: 12, 1979.

"Physiology and the human condition. The physiological rights of man. Physiologie et condition humaine: les droits physiologiques de l'homme." Annales de la Nutrition et de l'Alimentation 33: 5-15, 1979.

"Research report. Energy requirements of mechanized aqua-culture." Food Policy 4: 216-218, 1979. (By Rawitscher, M., and Jean Mayer.)

"The 70% solution." Family Health 11: 40, 1979.

"Sugar: an expensive source of calories." Food Policy 4: 138-139, 1979. (By Rawitscher, M., and Jean Mayer.)

"10 nutritional myths." Family Health 11: 36-37, 1979.

Books

Fats, Diet and Your Heart. New York: Chicago Tribune New York News Syndicate, Inc., 1979. 160 pages.

Food and Nutrition Policy in a Changing World. (Edited by Mayer, Jean, and Johanna T. Dwyer). New York: Oxford University Press, 1979. 300 pages.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Food additive"; "Malnutrition"; "Nutrition"; "Weight control." In World Book Encyclopedia. 1979 edition. Page 302 (volume 7); 87 (volume 13); 466-470 (volume 14); 147-149 (volume 21).

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Fighting world famine." [Sound recording] Washington: American Chemical Society, 1979. 1 cassette. 2-track. mono. (Man and Molecules; the Unique American Chemical Society Radio Series, v.964.)

"Our Iranian guests." (Letter) New York Times, December 11, 1979: 22.

"Social health and land policy." (Editorial) Food Policy 4: 74, 1979.

"Speech of Dr. Jean Mayer." In Proceedings, 58th Annual Meeting, National Association of Principals of Schools for Girls. Feb. 27, 1979. Pages 99-105.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." The Interdependent 6: 5, 1979.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U.S. Congress. Senate. Subcommittee on Nutrition, Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Hunger in America: Ten Years Later; Hearing, 96th Congress, 1st Session, April 30, 1979. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979. Pages 26-36.

"Warning to Youths: Futility's Unwarranted." (Editorial) New York Times, August 26, 1979: 23.

1980

Articles

"Eating well after 50." Family Health 12: 52, 1980.

"It's only baby fat." Family Health 12: 45, 1980.

"Megavitamin madness: how much is too much?" Family Health 12: 48-49, 1980.

"Those mysterious minerals." Family Health 12: 36, 1980.

"What is required of the international financial system to provide food, housing, energy and transport for the world's population in the year 2000." Tufts Criterion 13: 2, 1980.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"The best diet is exercise." In Childhood Obesity. 2d edition. Edited by Platon J. Collipp. Littleton, Massachusetts: PSD Publishing Company, 1980. Pages 207-222.

"Introduction." In Childhood Obesity. 2d edition. Edited by Platon J. Collipp. Littleton, Massachusetts: PSD Publishing Company, 1980. Pages xi-xix.

"Obesity." In Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. Edited by Goodhart, R.S., and M.E. Shils. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1980. Pages 721-740.

"Physiology of hunger and satiety." In Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease. Edited by Goodhart, R.S., and M.E. Shils. Philadelphia: Lea and Febiger, 1980. Pages 560-577.

"The politics of nutrition: an agenda for action." In Nutrition and Food Science. Volume I. Edited by Santos, W. et al... New York: Plenum Publishing Corporation, 1980.

"The riddle of obesity." In Medical and Health Annual, Encyclopedia Britannica. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, 1980. Pages 107-119.

U.S. Government Reports and UN Reports

U.S. Presidential Commission on World Hunger. Overcoming World Hunger: the Challenge Ahead; an Abridged Version. [Dr. Jean Mayer, Vice Chairman]. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980. 29p.

U.S. Presidential Commission on World Hunger. Overcoming World Hunger: the Challenge Ahead; Report of the Commission. [Vice Chairman, Dr. Jean Mayer]. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1980. 251p.

1981

Articles

"Can dieting give you the 'ideal body'?" Redbook 157: 54-57, 1981.

"Dreaming dreams still the key to our nation's future." Boston Herald American, June 1, l981.

"Eat well, be well." (book review) New York Times Book Review, August 30, 1981.

"Energy requirements and breakfast cereals." Food Policy 6: 27-32, 1981. (By Rawitscher, Mary, and Jean Mayer.)

"Energy use and fruits and vegetables." Food Policy 6: 173-179, 1981. (By Rawitscher, Mary, and Jean Mayer.)

"Foreign policy needs." New York Times October 19, 1981.

"Saving energy in the food system." The Professional Nutritionist, Winter 1981, pages 1-4.

"This much we do know." Family Health 13: 40-47, 1981.

"Tighten food stamps but don't deprive the needy." New York Times, February 9, 1981.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"The National importance of communicating university research." In Communicating University Research. Edited by Patricia L. Alberger and Virginia L. Carter. Washington: Council for Advancement and Support of Education, 1981. Pages 1-6.

"Preface." In Famine: Its Causes, Effects, and Management. Edited by John R. K. Robson. New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1981. Pages vii-x.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Correcting the professor." (letter) Boston Herald American, June 1, 1981.

"Feeding the world." (sound recording) Washington: American Chemical Society, 1981. 1 cassette. (Man and Molecules.)

"Fighting for the future." (sound recording) Washington: American Chemical Society, 1981. (Man and Molecules.)

"The food weapon still won't work." (letter) New York Times, December 22, 1981.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture. World Hunger Situation: Hearings. 97th Congress 1st Session, July 21, 22, and 23, 1981. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1981. Pages 334-347, 384-393.

"Tufts Nutrition Center." (letter) Science 214: 132-133. October 9, 1981.

1982

Articles

"Advisors to the government." Science 215: 921, February 19, 1982.

"Burning energy." Sportscape 2: 19-20, October 1982.

"A conversation with Dr. Jean Mayer." Vital 2: 33-37, March/April 1982.

"Decline in industrial engineering." Science 218: 1073, December 10, 1982.

"Feeding the world." New York Times, April 18, 1982.

"The impact of Elmer Verner McCollum on national and global nutritional problems." Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 85: 142-151, 1982.

"The knight on the hill." (interview with Dr. Jean Mayer.) Tufts Magazine, October 1982. Pages 39-47.

"Nutrition and cancer: recipe for a prudent diet." Boston Globe, July 21, 1982.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Foreword." In Environmental Epidemiology. Edited by Paul E. Leverton with Louis Masse and Seymour O. Simches. New York: Praeger, 1982. Page ix.

"Genetic diversity: strategic significance and U. S. opportunity." In Proceedings of the U.S. Strategy Conference on Biological Diversity. November 16-18, 1981. Washington: U. S. Dept. of State. 1982. Pages 37-39.

"Remarks by Dr. Mayer." In New Challenges for Nutrition: Fifth National Food Policy Conference. June 21-22, 1982. Proceedings. Washington: Food Marketing Institute and Community Nutrition Institute, 1982. Pages 7-13.

"Triage." In The World Book Encyclopedia. Chicago: World Book-Childcraft International, 1982.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Don't cut food shipments to Poland." (letter) Boston Globe , February 12, 1982.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry. Subcommittee on Nutrition. Oversight on Federal Nutrition Programs: Hearings, 97th Congress, 2nd Session, February 22 and 23. 1982. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1982. Pages 35-43.

1983

Articles

"A basic curriculum." New York Times, June 21, 1983.

"Curing the world bank loan mess." Boston Globe , February 17, 1983.

"Delusion that Russians are not quite human." Boston Globe , June 11, 1983.

"Full funding for WIC." Congressional Record (permanent edition) 129. E2036-E2037, May 3, 1983.

"Is U. S. slipping on a basic human need? Nutrition." Boston Globe , April 13, 1983.

"Lessons and nonlessons of history." Harvard Magazine 95: 23-24, March-April 1983.

"More aid for farms." New York Times, January 27. 1983.

Review of Nuclear Peril: The Politics of Proliferation, by Edward Markey. (book review) Boston Globe , April 17, 1983.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Commencement address." University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, May 25, 1983.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Subcommittee on Elementary, Secondary, and Vocational Education. Oversight on Administration's Budget Proposals for Child Nutrition Program: Hearings, 98th Congress. 1st Session, March 1,2,3,8,9,10, 1983. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1983. Pages 241-259.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Foreign Affairs. The World Food Situation: Hearings, 98th Congress, 1st Session, July 26 and 27, 1983. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1983. Pages 67-94.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry. Subcommittee on Rural Development, Oversight, and Investigations. Oversight on Federal Nutrition Programs: Hearing, 98th Congress, 1st Session, March 14, 1983. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1983. Pages 5-17.

"Young Americans with no sense of history." (letter) New York Times, April 24, 1983.

1984

Articles

"Attack of the salt monsters." Consumers Digest 23: 66-69, September-October 1984.

"A five-point plan for action." Newsweek 104: 58, November 26, 1984.

"Social and educational components of preventive medicine." Medical Communications 12: 5-10, Spring 1984.

"Something can be done." Boston Globe , December 17, 1984.

"This famine could have been prevented." International Herald Tribune, December 14, 1984.

"Time to ban the use of starvation as a weapon of war." Christian Science Monitor, December 24, 1984.

"To insure nutrition." New York Times, February 28, 1984.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"Food, nutrition, and population." In Sustaining Tomorrow: A Strategy for World Conservation and Development. Edited by Francis R. Thibodeau and Hermann H. Field. Hanover, New Hampshire: University Press of New England, 1984. Pages 154-162.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Food for America and the world between now and the year 2000." (videorecording) Hanover, New Hampshire: Hitchcock Foundation, 1984. 1 videocassette.

"Superpowers could break blockades." (letter) Boston Globe , December 25, 1984.

"What we can do to halt famines in Africa." (letter) New York Times, December 11, 1984.

1985

Articles

"Doctors in a famine." Medical News, May 27, 1985.

"The fragile future of American science." (guest editorial) Medical Tribune, May 22, 1985.

"A plea for new priorities." Boston Globe , May 24, 1985.

"Preventing famine." (editorial) Science 227: 707, 1985.

"Running on empty." Boston Globe , April 8, 1985.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Famine and the gloomy parson." (letter) Wall Street Journal, February 13, 1985.

"A president argues against reducing the sizes of medical school classes." (letter) New England Journal of Medicine 312: 1067-1068, 1985.

"Preventing famine." (letter) Science 227: 1284, 1985.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Ways and Means. Comprehensive Tax Reform, Part 4; Hearings, 99th Congress, 1st Session, June 25-27, July 8, 1985. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1985. Pages 3523-3533.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. House. Select Committee on Hunger and the Committee on Energy and Commerce, Subcommittee on Health and the Environment. Health Consequences of Hunger on U. S. Infants and Children; Joint Hearing, 99th Congress, 1st Session, May 23, 1985. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1985. Pages 3-22, 63-64.

"Universities, and the future, depend on private donations." (letter) New York Times, January 30, 1985.

1986

Articles

"Real constructive engagement." (editorial) New York Times, July 9, 1986.

"Social responsibilities of nutritionists." Journal of Nutrition 116: 714-717, 1986.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Heated fat." (letter) JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association 255: 2080, 1986.

"The Need for health care expenditures." (letter) New England Journal of Medicine 315: 837-838, 1986.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on the Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies. Departments of Labor, Health and Human Services, and Related Agencies Appropriations for 1987, Part 9; Hearings, 99th Congress, 2nd Session, April 30, May 1, 5, 1986. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1986. Pages 90-107.

1987

Articles

"Consequences of a weak science education." Boston Globe , August 28, 1987.

"Shortage of science teachers in the public schools." Boston Globe , August 28, 1987, 15,1.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"International agreements in the food and health fields." In Negotiating World Order: The Artisanship and Architecture of World Diplomacy. By Alan K. Henrikson. Wilmington, Delaware: Scholarly Resources, 1987. Pages 3-17.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"15th McDougall Memorial Lecture." Rome, November 9, 1987. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1987. 35 pages.

"Keynote speech." In Proceedings of the Asian Pacific University Presidents Conference, 17, 18, 19 August 1987. Edited by Executive Committee of Tokai University. Tokyo: Conference Organizing Committee of Tokai University, 1987. Pages 33-38.

1988

Articles

"Ending Africa's hunger." Boston Globe , October 17, 1988, 17, 5.

"Food facts; what you don't know may surprise you." Vibrant Life 4 (1), January/February, 1988, 14 (4). (Jean Mayer and Jeanne Goldberg.)

"Giving peace a chance." World Monitor 1 (3), December, 1988, 20-24.

"Senior set." Interview, Boston Globe , November 6, 1988, B15, 1.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"A compromise for the two Seabrook forces." (letter) Boston Sunday Globe, February 14, 1988.

"International food production and relief efforts." 15th McDougall Memorial Lecture before UN Food and Agriculture Organization, Nov. 9, 1987; included in U.S. Response to Relief Efforts in Sudan, Ethiopia, Angola, and Mozambique, Joint Hearing before the Select Committee on Hunger and the House Foreign Affairs Committee Subcommittee on Africa, March 10, 1988.

"Liquor companies' acquisitions" (letter) New York Times, November 7, 1988.

1989

Articles

Comment, "In the know: nutrition advice from the experts." Your Health & Fitness, 11 (2) April/May, 1989, 16.

"Giving peace a chance." The World: Journal of the Unitarian Universalist Association, 3 (3), May/June, 1989, 17.

"More prosperity, more hunger." New York Times, February 25, 1989, A29, 1. (Jean Mayer and J. Larry Brown.)

"National and international issues in food policy." Harvard Extension School Alumni Bulletin, 23 (1) September, 1989, 5-10. (Lowell Lecture, May 15, 1989)

Papers and Chapters in Books

Foreword. In Eat Fish, Live Better, by Anne M. Fletcher. New York: Harper & Row, 1989.

Foreword. In World Military and Social Expenditures 1987-88, by Ruth Leger Sivard. Washington, D.C.: World Priorities, 1989.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"The need to reform global education." (letter) In The United States and the Third World: Building the Future as it Ought to Be. Report of the 1989 International Development Conference, (18th) held February 22, 1989, Washington, D.C., p.33. [Unpublished report: Address of International Development Conference: 140 New York Ave. NE, Ste 1100, Washington, D.C. 20005.]

1990

Articles

"A critical mass of educated blacks is the key to social and political progress in South Africa." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 36 (30), April 11, 1990, B1-B2.

Statement. In "Focus on Massachusetts: Bay State leaders on outlook for public higher education in Massachusetts." Connection: New England's Journal of Higher Education and Economic Development, 4 (4), Winter, 1990, 22.

"For your information: Tufts President speaks out on domestic hunger." Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 90 (10), 1990, 1377-1380.

"France's indispensable man." Review: De Gaulle: The Rebel, 1980-1944, by Jean Lacouture, trans. Patrick O'Brien. Boston Sunday Globe, November 18, 1990, B21.

"Hunger and undernutrition in the United States." Journal of Nutrition, 120 (8), 1990, 919-923.

"Nutritional problems in the United States: then and now two decades later." Nutrition Today, 25 (1), January/February, 1990, 15-19.

"Redeploying scientists." Boston Globe , August 30, 1990, 27, 5. (Jean Mayer and Kosta Tsipis.)

"South Africa schools aren't leper colonies." New York Times, April 30, 1990, A17, 2.

"The White-House Conference on Food, Nutrition and Health 20 years later - where are we now." Journal of Nutrition Education 22 (1), 1990, 47-50. (Jean Mayer and Jeanne Goldberg.)

"WIC: ensuring the future of a program that works." Chicago Tribune, July 4, 1990, I,13, 2. (Jean Mayer and J. Larry Brown.)

Books

Dr. Mayer's Diet and Nutrition Guide. New York: Pharos Books, 1990. (Jean Mayer and Jeanne P. Goldberg.)

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"How to help black South African students." (letter) New York Times, February 4, 1990.

"No. 3 would deprive state of educated work force." (letter) Boston Globe , October 19, 1990.

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer." In U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Rules and Administration. Hearing on Senate Resolution 206, June 21, 1990. [Apparently an unpublished hearing. Reference to testimony in Congressional Record , June 21, 1990, D779]

"Stinginess of baby food will cost dearly." (letter) New York Times, June 26, 1990.

1991

Articles

"Iraq's malnourished children; no famine, but grounds for concern" (survey taken by Robert M. Russell and John O. Field, column by Jean Mayer.) New York Times, July 15, 1991, A15,1.

"It is time to reinvest in South Africa." The Chronicle of Higher Education, 38 (4), September 18, 1991, p.A52.

"Keeping up with fiber." Saturday Evening Post, 263 (1), January, 1991, 30-36.

"Nutrition classic: the glucostatic theory of regulation of food intake and the problem of obesity." Nutrition Reviews 49, February, 1991, 46-49.

"South African Schools deserving U.S. support." Boston Globe , March 22, 1991.

Papers and Chapters in Books

"The founders of the Food and Nutrition Board: Their aspirations and achievements." In Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Symposium of the Food and Nutrition Board. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 1991.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Looking back at research on the regulation of food intake." First annual Jean Mayer lecture in nutrition, USDA Human Nutrition Research Center, Tufts University, April 1, 1991. [Unpublished]

Speech on receiving honorary degree. Graduation Addresses, June, 1991, University of Cape Town. Series, University of Cape Town, no.19. Cape Town, South Africa, 1991.

1992

Articles

"Earmarking: a question of fairness." Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy 7 (3), Fall 1992, 84-88.

"The founders of the Food and Nutrition Board: their aspirations and achievements." Directions in Nutrition and Food Science: Proceedings of the 50th Anniversary Symposium, Food and Nutrition Board, Institute of Medicine. Washington, D.C.: National Academy Press, 1992, 15-18.

"A scientific solution." Boston Globe , September 5, 1992, 23.

"Sports medicine: clearing the air on athletic diet." Wrestling USA 27 (9), March 15, 1992,5.

Papers and Chapters in Books

Contribution. In Fairbank Remembered. Compiled by Paul A. Cohen and Merle Goldman. Cambridge, MA: John K. Fairbank Center for East Asian Research, Harvard University, 1992, 48.

Letters, Speeches and Testimony

"Statement of Dr. Jean Mayer re: Center on Hunger, Poverty, and Nutrition Policy." In U.S. Congress. House. Subcommittee on Agriculture, Rural Development, FDA and Related Agencies Appropriations. Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations for 1993. Part 7: Testimony of Members of Congress and Other Interested Individuals and Organizations. Hearing, 102nd Congress, 2nd Session, April 6-8, 1992; Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1992. Pages 228-234.

1993

Papers and Chapters in Books

Introductory Remarks. In America's Foods Health Messages and Claims: Scientific, Regulatory, and Legal Issues. Edited by James E. Tillotson. Boca Raton: CRC Press, 1993.

Foreword. In The Challenge of Famine: Present Experiences, Lessons Learned. Edited by John Osgood Field. West Hartford, Conn.: Kumarian Press, 1993.

1971-1992

Syndicated Column

"Food for thought." Biweekly column syndicated in approximately 150 newspapers in the United States. Syndicated by Washington Post Writers Group. (Jean Mayer and Jeanne P. Goldberg, with assistance for several years of Johanna Dwyer.)



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