McCann SE, Hootman KC, Weaver AM, Thompson LU, Morrison C, Hwang H, Edge SB, Ambrosone CB, Horvath PJ, Kulkarni SA. (2012) Dietary intakes of total and specific lignans are associated with clinical breast tumor characteristics. Journal of Nutrition. 142(1):91-8.
Santo AS, Santo AM, Browne RW, Burton HW, Leddy JJ, Horvath SM, Horvath PJ. (2010). Postprandial Lipemia Detects the Effect of Soy Protein on Cardiovascular Disease Risk Compared with the traditional lipid profile. Lipids. (45)12:1127-1138.
Roemmich JN, Lambiase M, Salvy SJ, Horvath PJ. (2009) Protective effect of interval exercise on psychophysiological stress reactivity in children. Psychophysiology, 46(4):852-61.
Lo Bue-Estes C, Willer B, Burton H, Leddy JJ, Wilding GE, Horvath PJ. (2008) Short-term exercise to exhaustion and its effects on cognitive function in young women. Perceptual & Motor Skills. 107(3):933-45.
Gerlach K, Burton HW, Dorn JM, Leddy JJ, Horvath PJ. (2008). Fat intake and injury in female runners. Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, 5, 1-8.
Santo AS, Cunningham AM, Alhassan S, Browne RW, Burton H, Leddy JJ, Grandjean PW, Horvath,SM, Horvath PJ. (2008). NMR Analysis Does Not Increase Sensitivity to the Effect of Soy Protein on CVD Risk When Compared to the Traditional Lipid Profile. Applied Physiology, Nutrition and Metabolism, 33 (3): 489-500.
Beers EA, Roemmich JN, Epstein LH, Horvath PJ. (2008) Increasing passive energy expenditure during clerical work. European Journal of Applied Physiology. 103(3):353-60.
Fuhrman BJ, Teter BE, Barba M, Byrne C, Cavalleri A, Grant BJ, Horvath PJ, Morelli D, Venturelli E, Muti PC. (2008) Equol status modifies the association of soy intake and mammographic density in a sample of postmenopausal women. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention. 17(1):33-42.
McLeod KM. McCann SE, Horvath PJ, Wactawski-Wende J. (2007) Predictors of change in calcium intake in postmenopausal women after osteoporosis screening. Journal of Nutrition. 137(8):1968-73.
Gerlach KE, White SC, Burton HW, Dorn JM, Leddy JJ and Horvath PJ. (2005). Kinetic changes with fatigue and relationship to injury in female runners. Med. Sci. Sports Exerc. 37(4):657-63.
Horvath PJ, Eagen CK, Fisher NM, Leddy JL and Pendergast DR. (2000). The effects of varying dietary fat on performance and metabolism in trained male and female runners, J. Amer. College Nutr., 19(1):52-60.
Horvath PJ, Eagen CK, Ryer-Calvin SD and Pendergast DR. (2000). The effects of varying dietary fat on the nutrient intake in male and female runners, J. Amer. College Nutr., 19(1):42-51.
Hoppleler H, Billeter R, Horvath PJ, Leddy JJ and Pendergast DR. (1999). Muscle structure with low and high fat diets in well trained male runners. International Journal of Sports Medicine. 20(8):522-526.
Horvath PJ, Shuihaibar H, Fink CS and Awad AB. (1997). Dietary fiber, not fat, alters the activity of phospholipase D in rat large intestine. Nutrition and Cancer, 27(2):143-149.
Venkatraman JT, Rowland JA, DeNardin E, Horvath PJ and Pendergast DR. (1997). Influence of the level of dietary lipid intake and maximal exercise on the immune status in runners, Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., 29(3):333-344.
Leddy JJ, Horvath PJ, Rowland J and Pendergast DR. (1997). Effect of a high or a low fat diet on cardiovascular risk factors in male and female runners, Med. Sci. Sports Exerc., 29(1): 17-25.
Muoio DM, Leddy JJ, Horvath PJ, Awad AB and Pendergast DR. (1994). Effect of dietary fat on metabolic adjustments to maximal VO2 and endurance in runners, Med. Sci. Sports and Exerc. 26:81-88.
Horvath PJ, Awad AB and Andersen MS. (1993). Differential effect of butyrate on lipids of human colon cancer cells, Nutr. and Cancer 20:283-291.
This study will use multiple levels of analysis to determine mechanisms by which amylin, a pancreatic-and-brain-derived peptide, acts in the mesolimbic reward system of the brain to reduce body weight and decrease food intake.
This project will determine the magnitude of increases in core body temperature or reductions in body fluids incurred in a warm and humid disabled Pressurized Rescue Module scenario at sea level and at depth (20 feet of seawater) for up to 24 hours.
Caffeine is the most widely used psychoactive substance in the world and its use is increasing among children. Although considered safe, the majority of empirical data on the effects of caffeine have been collected in adults.