Dr. Kozlowski Gerald

Dr. Kozlowski Gerald

Doctor

Saybrook University
2245 Valley Mill, Carrollton, United States of America, 75006

plus Speciality

ALCOHOLISM

Biography:

College and University Education:

1. B.S., Aquinas College, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Biology/Chemistry, 1964
2. M.S., Michigan State University, Anatomy/Physiology, 1966
3. Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Anatomy/Physiology, 1971

Academic positions:

30 years as Assoc Prof of UTSW Medical School, Department of Physiology, Dallas TX

Professional Experience:

1. Graduate Assistant, Lecturer, Anatomy, Michigan State University, 1964 – 1965
2. Assistant Instructor, Lecturer, Laboratory Assistant, Microscopic Anatomy and Embryology, Michigan State University, 1965 - 1966
3. Research Associate, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, 1967 – 1968
4. Instructor, Microscopic and Gross Anatomy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1968 - 1970 Post-Doctoral Teaching Fellow, Microscopic Anatomy and Neuroendocrinology, University of
Rochester,  Rochester, NY, 1971 - 1973
5. Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Colorado State University, Ft.Collins, CO,1973-1976
6. Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy, Colorado State University, 1976 - 1978,  Joint Appointment- Department of Physiology and Biophysics
7. Associate Professor, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy, Full Faculty Member of the
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, 1978 – 1980
8. Associate Professor, Department of Physiology and Full Faculty Member of the Graduate
School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, 1980 - 1997
9. Senior Lecturer, Program in Psychology and Applied Cognition & Neuroscience, School of  Human Development, University of Texas at Dallas, 1998 – 2000
10. Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Dallas, TX, 2000-2005
11. Neurotherapy Practitioner, Neurotherapy Center of Dallas, Head of  Practice: Jon Walker,
M.D., 12870 Hillcrest Ave., Suite 201, Dallas, TX 2005-2008
12. Course Director-Neuropsychophysiology 1997-present, Member of Board of Directors 1997-2013,Saybrook University, Behavioral Medicine Teaching and Research Foundation, Dean: Richard Sherman, Susquamish, WA 

Research interests:

Neurosciences, Nutritional Supplements

Any other information:

Journal and Chapter Publications:

1. Kozlowski GP and ML Calhoun (1969) Microscopic anatomy of the integument of sheep. Am J Vet Res 30:1267.
2. Kozlowski GP, DE Scott and JA Murphy (1972) Scanning electron microscopy of the lateral ventricles of sheep. Am J Anat 135:561-566.
3. Kozlowski GP, DE Scott and G Krobisch-Dudley (1972) Scanning electron microscopy of the third ventricle of sheep. Z Zellforsch 136:169-176.
4. Scott DE, GP Kozlowski and G Krobisch-Dudley (1973) A comparative ultrastructural analysis of the third cerebral ventricles of the North American Mink (Mustela vison). Anat Rec 175:155-168.
5. Scott DE, GP Kozlowski, WK Paull, S Ramalingam and G Krobisch-Dudley (1973) Scanning electron microscopy of the human cerebral ventricular system. II. The fourth ventricle. Z Zellforsch 139:61-68.
6. Scott DE, GP Kozlowski and MN Sheridan (1974) Scanning electron microscopy in the ultrastructural analysis of the mammalian cerebral ventricular system. In: International Review of Cytolology, GH Bourne and JF Danielli (eds) New York: Academic Press, Vol. 37, pp. 349-388.
7. Kozlowski GP and LE St Clair (1974) Use of freeze-dried specimens in teaching gross anatomy. J Vet Med Ed 1:1-3
8. Scott DE, G Krobisch-Dudley, KM Knigge and GP Kozlowski (1974) In vitro analysis of cellular localization of luteinizing hormone releasing factor (LRF) in the basal hypothalamus of the rat. Cell Tiss Res 149:371-378.
9. Scott DE, WK Paull, GP Kozlowski, G Krobisch-Dudley and KM Knigge (1974) Cellular localization of thyrotropic releasing factor (TRF) after intraventricular administration. In: Neurosecretion - The Final Neuroendocrine Pathway. Fourth International Symposium on Neurosecretion. F Knowles and L Vollrath (eds) London: Berlin:Springer-Verlag, pp. 165-169.
10. Scott DE, DH Van Dyke, WK Paull and GP Kozlowski (1974) Ultrastructural analysis of the human cerebral ventricular system. III. The choroid plexus. Cell Tiss Res 150:389-397.
11. Zimmerman EA, KC Hsu, M Ferin and GP Kozlowski (1974) Localization of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) in the hypothalamus of the mouse by immunoperoxidase technique. Endocrinology 95:1-8.
12. Abel JH Jr, D Takemoto, D Hoffman, T McNeill, GP Kozlowski, JF Masken and P Sheridan (1975) Corticoid uptake by the paraventricular nucleus in the hypothalamus of the duck, Anas platyrhynchos. Cell Tiss Res 161:285.
13. Kozlowski GP, TM Nett and EA Zimmerman (1975) Immunocytochemical localization of gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) and neurophysin in the brain. In: Anatomical Neuroendocrinology WE Stumpf and LD Grant (eds) Basel S. Karger, pp. 185-191.
14. Kozlowski GP, DE Scott and EA Zimmerman (1975) The role of specialized ependyma in the transport of bioactive substances. In: Second International Symposium on Circumventricular Organs. April 13-17, 1975. Reinhardsbrunn, G.D.R. Organizers, W Bargmann and G Sterba.
15. McNeill TH, JH Abel Jr and GP Kozlowski (1975) Correlations between brain catecholamines, neurosecretion and serum corticoid levels in osmotically stressed mallard ducks (Anas platyrhynchos). Cell Tiss Res 161: 277.
16. Scott DE, G Krobisch-Dudley, WK Paull, GP Kozlowski and J Ribas (1975) The primate median eminence. I. Correlative scanning-transmission electron microscopy. Cell Tiss Res 162:61-73.
17. Zimmerman EA, GP Kozlowski and DE Scott (1975) Axonal and ependymal pathways for the secretion of biologically active peptides into hypophyseal portal blood. In: Brain-Endocrine Interaction. II. The Ventricular System, Second International Symposium, Tokyo, Japan. KM Knigge, DE Scott, H Kobayashi and S Ishii (eds). Basel: Springer-Karger, pp. 123-134.
18. Breese Jr S, AJ Silverman, GP Kozlowski, KC Hsu, M Tannenbaum and EA Zimmerman (1976) Localization of neurophysin and vasopressin in microscopy. In: Immunoenzymatic Techniques: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Immunoenzymatic Techniques, held in Paris, France, April 2-4, 1975. G Feldman, P Druet, J Bignon and D Avrameas (eds). INSERM Symposium No. 2. New York: American Elsevier, pp. 323-327.
19. Kozlowski GP (1977) Neurohormonal innervation of the choroid plexus. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Toronto, Canada, Nov. 7-11, 1976, p. 24.
20. Kozlowski GP, MS Brownfield and G Hostetter (1977) Neurosecretory supply to extrahypothalamic structures: Choroid plexus, circumventricular organs and limbic system. In: Neurosecretion and Neuroendocrine Activity: Evolution, Structure and Function. W Bargmann, A Oksche, A Polenov and B Scharrer (eds). VII International Symposium on Neurosecretion, Leningrad. November, 1976. Berlin: Springer-Verlag pp. 217-227.
21. Kozlowski GP, MS Brownfield and WJ Schultz (1976) Neurosecretory pathways to the choroid plexus. Int Res Comm Sys 4:299.
22. Kozlowski GP, S Frenk, TH McNeill, DE Scott, KC Hsu and EA Zimmerman (1976) Light and electron microscopic localization of gonadotropin-releasing hormones in the rat median eminence by immunoperoxidase technique. In: Immunoenzymatic Techniques: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Immunoenzymatic Techniques, held in Paris, France April 2-4, 1975. G Feldman, P Druet, J Bignon and S Avrameas (eds). INSERM Symposium No. 2. New York: American Elsevier, pp. 329-332.
23. Kozlowski GP, DE Scott, G Krobisch-Dudley, S Frenk and WK Paull (1976) The primate median eminence. II. Correlative high-voltage transmission electron microscopy. Cell Tiss Res 175: 265-277.
24. McNeill TH, GP Kozlowski, JH Abel Jr and EA Zimmerman (1976) Neurosecretory pathways in the duck (Anas platyrhynchos) brain: Localization by aldehyde fuchsin and immunoperoxidase techniques for neurophysin (NP) and gonadotropin releasing hormones (Gn-RH). Endocrinology 99:1323-1332.
25. Scott DE, WK Paull and GP Kozlowski (1976) Scanning electron microscopy: Applications and implications in developmental neurobiology. Arch Amer J Dis Child 130:555-561.
26. Scott DE, J Sladek Jr, GP Kozlowski, TH McNeill, WK Paul and G Krobisch-Dudley (1976) The median eminence as a neuroendocrine transducer. In: Neuroendocrine Regulation of Fertility. TC Anand-Kumar (ed). Basel: Springer-Karger, pp. 57-70.
27. Brownfield MS and GP Kozlowski (1977) The hypothalamo-choroidal tract. I. Immunohistochemical demonstration of neurophysin pathways to telencephalic choroid plexuses and cerebrospinal fluid. Cell Tiss Res 178:111-127.
28. Hostetter G, SL Jubb and GP Kozlowski (1977) Vasopressin affects the behavior or rats in a positively-rewarded black-white discrimination task. Life Sciences 21:1323-1328.
29. Kozlowski GP, MS Brownfield and WJ Schultz (1977) Neurosecretory control of choroid plexus function. In: Summaries of Symposia. Tenth Annual Winter Conference on Brain Research. January 15-22, 1977, Keystone, CO, (BIS Conference Report No. 46). UCLA, Los Angeles, BrainInformation Service/BRI Publications Office, pp. 67-70.
30. Kozlowski GP, S Frenk and MS Brownfield (1977) Localization of neurophysin in the rat supraoptic nucleus. I. Ultrastructural immunocytochemistry using the post-embedding technique. Cell Tiss Res 179:467-474.
31. McNeill TH, D Hoffman and GP Kozlowski (1977) A correlative fluorescence-immunocytochemical technique for the localization of catecholamines and neural peptides. Amer J Anat 149:613-618.
32. Schultz WJ, MS Brownfield and GP Kozlowski (1977) The hypothalamo-choroidal tract. II. Ultrastructural response to the choroid plexus to vasopressin. Cell Tiss Res 178:128-141.
33. Scott DE, GP Kozlowski and A Weindl (eds). Brain-Endocrine Interaction. III. Neural Hormones and Reproduction. Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Brain-Endocrine Interaction. Würzburg, Basel: Springer-Karger.
34. Scott DE, G Krobisch-Dudley, WK Paull and GP Kozlowski (1977) The ventricular system in neuroendocrine mechanisms. III. Supraependymal neuronal networks in the primate brain. Cell Tiss Res 179: 235.
35. Caffrey MH, TM Nett and GP Kozlowski (1977) In vitro analysis of the participation of oxytocin and vasopressin in the gonadotropin-releasing-hormone-induced release of LH. Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 159:444-448.
36. Kozlowski GP (1979) Neurohormones as neurotransmitters. In: Proceedings of the Eighth National Congress of Anatomy. Chapala, Jalisco, Mexico, Oct. 25-28, 1978.
37. Kozlowski GP, MS Brownfield and G Hostetter (1978) Neurophysin and gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) containing hypothalamo-fugal neurosecretory system. In: Current Studies of Hypothalamic Function, Part I Hormones. K Lederis and WL Veale (eds). Basel: Springer-Karger, pp. 15-26.
38. Kozlowski GP and G Hostetter (1978) Cellular and subcellular localization and behavioral effects on gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) in the rat. In: Brain Endocrine Interaction. III. Neural Hormones and Reproduction, Third International Symposium, Wurzburg, Germany. DE Scott, GP Kozlowski and A Weindl (eds). Basel: Springer-Karger, pp. 138-153.
39. Hostetter G, SL Jubb and GP Kozlowski (1980) An inability of subcutaneous vasopressin to affect passive avoidance behavior. Neuroendocrinology 30:174-177.
40. Kozlowski GP, L Chu, G Hostetter and B Kerdelhué (1980) Cellular characteristics of immunolabeled luteinizing hormone releasing hormone (LHRH) neurons. Peptides 1:37-46.
41. Phillips HS, G Hostetter, B Kerdelhué and GP Kozlowski (1980) Immunocytochemical localization of LHRH in central olfactory pathways of the hamster. Brain Research 193:574-579.
42. Samson WK and GP Kozlowski (1981) Nerve cells that double as endocrine cells. BioScience 31:445-448.
43. Kozlowski GP (1982) Fine structural features of immunolabeled neurons containing luteinizing hormone releasing hormone, vasopressin, and neurophysin: In: Neurosecretion: Molecules Cells, Systems, DS Farner and K Lederis (eds) New York: Plenum, pp. 61-70.
44. Kozlowski GP (1982) The ventricular route hypothesis and peptide-containing structures of the cerebroventricular system. In: Frontiers of Hormone Research, Vol. 9. TjB Van Wimersma Greidanus (ed) Basel: Springer-Karger, pp. 105-118.
45. Kozlowski GP (1983) Comparative ultrastructure of neuropeptide- containing cells of the parvo-and magnocellular neurosecretory system. In: Structure and Function of Peptidergic and AminergicNeurons. Y Sano, Y Ibata and EA Zimmerman (eds) Utrecht: VNU Science, pp. 73-84.
46. Kozlowski GP and G Nilaver (1983) Immunoelectron microscopy of neuropeptides: theoretical and technical considerations. In: Current Methods in Cellular Neurobiology. JL Barker and JF McKelvey (eds). New York: J Wiley and Sons, pp. 134-174.
47. Kozlowski GP, G Nilaver and EA Zimmerman (1983) Distribution of neurohypophysial hormones in the brain. In: Pharmacology and Therapeutics. D DeWied, WH Gispen and TjB van Wimersma Greidanus (eds) New York: Pergamon Press, Vol. 21, pp. 325-349.
48. Dees WL and GP Kozlowski (1984) Effects of castration and ethanol on amygdaloid substance P immunoreactivity. Neuroendocrinology 39:231-235.
49. Dees WL and GP Kozlowski (1984) Quantitative and qualitative effects of ethanol on the LHRH-LH axis of the rat. Peptides, Vol.5, Suppl.1, 209-213.
50. Dees WL, CW Skelley and GP Kozlowski (1984) Intragastric cannulation as a method of ethanol administration for neuroendocrine studies. Alcohol 1:177-180.
51. Kozlowski GP and WL Dees (1984) Immunocytochemistry for LHRH neurons in the arcuate nucleus of the rat: fact or artifact? J Histochem Cytochem 32:83-91.
52. Brownfield MS, A Eaton, GP Kozlowski and G Hostetter (1985) Efferent vasopressinergic projections of the suprachiasmatic nucleus as shown by immunocytochemistry in lesioned rats. Cell Tiss Res (Submitted).
53. Dees WL and GP Kozlowski (1985) Differential effects of ethanol on the release of LH, FSH, and Prolactin. Alcohol 1:429-433.
54. Dees WL, GP Kozlowski, R Dey and SR Ojeda (1985) Evidence for the existence of Substance P in the prepubertal rat ovary. II immunocytochemical localization. Biol Reproduction 33:471-476.
55. Dees WL, V Rettori, GP Kozlowski and SM McCann (1985) Ethanol and the pulsatile release of luteinizing hormone, follicle stimulating hormone and prolactin in ovariectomized rats. Alcohol 2:641-646.
56. Dees WL, CW Skelley and GP Kozlowski (1985) Central effects of an antagonist and an antiserum to substance P on serum gonadotropin and prolactin secretion. Life Sciences 37:1627-1632.
57. Kaufman MP, GP Kozlowski and KJ Rybicki (1985) Attenuation of the reflex pressor response to muscular contraction by a substance P antagonist. Brain Research 333:182-184.
58. Kozlowski GP (1985) Hormone Pathways in the CSF. Neurology 35 (Suppl. 1): Course No. 207, Neuroendocrinology, pp. 41-49.
59. Kozlowski GP and PW Coates (1985) Ependymoneuronal specializations between LHRH fibers and cells of the cerebroventricular system. Cell Tiss Res 242:301-311.
60. Kozlowski GP and PW Coates (1985) Structural and functional interrelationships between the LHRH neurosecretory system and ependyma. In: Neurosecretion and the Biology Neuropeptides. H Kobayashi, HA Bern and A Urano (eds) Tokyo: Japan Scientific Societies Press, pp. 165-171.
61. Sawyer HR, CL Moeller and GP Kozlowski (1986) Immunocytochemical localization of neurophysin and oxytocin in ovine corpora lutea. Biol Reproduction 34:543-548.
62. Kozlowski GP and G Nilaver (1986) Localization of neurohypophysial hormones in the mammalian brain. In: Neuropeptides and Behavior (International Encyclopedia of Pharmacology and Therapeutics) Section 123, Vol. 2: The Neurohypophyseal Hormones. D DeWied, WH Gispen and TjB van Wimersma Greidanus (eds) New York: Pergamon Press, pp. 23-38.
63. Kaufman MP, KJ Rybicki, GP Kozlowski and GA Iwamoto (1986) Immunoneutralization of substance P attenuates the reflex pressor response to muscular contraction. Brain Res 377:199-203.
64. Kozlowski GP (1986) Hormone Pathways in the CSF. In: Neurologic Clinics: Neuroendocrinology and Brain Peptides, Vol. 4. EA Zimmerman and G Abrams (eds) Philadelphia: WB Saunders, pp. 907-917.
65. Kozlowski GP and G Nilaver (1988) The Structural and functional relationships between the immune and central nervous systems in Alzheimer's disease. In: Immune Dysfunctions: New Targets of Drug Discovery for Alzheimer's Disease and Other Cognitive Disorders. H Lal and S Fielding, (eds) Drug Dev. Res. 15: 129-142.
66. Blum K, MC Trachtenberg and GP Kozlowski (1989) Cocaine Therapy: The "Reward Cascade" Link. Professional Counselor 4:27-30 & 52.
67. Franci CR, GP Kozlowski and SM McCann (1989) Water intake in rats submitted to hypothalamic immunoneutralization of angiotensin II, atrial natriuretic peptide, vasopressin or oxytocin. Proc Nat Acad Sci (USA) 86:2952.
68. Viggiano M, AM Franci, JL Zicari, V Rettori, MAF Gimeno, GP Kozlowski and AL Gimeno (1989) The involvement of oxytocin in the ovulation of proestrous rats and in the outputs of cyclooxygenase and of 5-lipoxygenase products in isolated rat ovaries. Prostaglandins 37:367-378.
69. Nilaver G and GP Kozlowski (1989) Comparison of the PAP versus the ABC immunocytochemical techniques. In: Techniques in Immunocytochemistry, Vol 4, GR Bullock and P Petrusz (eds) New York: Academic Press, pp 133-174.
70. Swenson RS, P Shaw, V Alones, GP Kozlowski, J Zimmer and AJ Castro (1989) Neocortical transplants grafted into the newborn rat brain demonstrate a blood-brain barrier to macromolecules. Neurosci Lett 100:35-39.
71. Iwamoto GA, JH Mitchell, M Sadeq and GP Kozlowski (1989) Localization of tyrosine hydroxylase and phenylethanolamine-N-methyltransferase containing cells in the medulla of the dog. Neurosci Lett 107:12-18.
72. Kozlowski GP (1990) Alcohol-neuroendocrine interactions: Vasopressin and Oxytocin. In: Biochemistry and Physiology of Substance Abuse, Vol. II, RR Watson (ed)Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 257-277.
73. Kozlowski GP, G Nilaver and BV Zlokovic (1990) Immunoneurology: A serum protein afferent limb to the CNS. Adv Exp Med Biol 274:345-370.
74. Blum K and GP Kozlowski (1990) Ethanol and neuromodulator interactions: a cascade model of reward. In: Progress in Alcohol Research, Vol. 2, H Ollat, S Parvez (eds) Utrecht: VPS BV, pp. 131-149.
75. Sanghera MK, ER Simpson, MJ McPhaul, GP Kozlowski, AJ Conley and ED Lephart (1991) Immunocytochemical distribution of aromatase cytochrome P450 in the rat brain using peptide-generated polyclonal antibodies. Endocrin 129:2834-2844.
76. Porter JC, N Aguila-Mansilla, SM Ramin, GP Kozlowski and W Kedzierski (1991) Tyrosine hydroxylase expression in hypothalamic cells: Analysis of the roles of adenosine 3',5'-monophosphate- and Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent protein kinases in the action of pituitary cytotropic factor. Endocrin 129:2477-2485.
77. Kozlowski GP and I _terzl (1992) Effects of ethanol on the immunocytochemical localization of IgG- albumin-, IL-4-, and CD4-like substances in the rat brain. In: Alcohol and Neurobiology: BrainDevelopment and Hormone Regulation, RR Watson (ed) Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 267-303.
78. Porter JC, W Kedzierski, A Aguila-Mansilla, SM Ramin and GP Kozlowski (1992) A pituitary cytotropic factor modulates tyrosine hydroxylase expression in cultured dopaminergic cells. In: Stress: Neuroendocrine and Molecular Approaches. Kvetnanský R, McCarty J (eds) New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, pp. 351-362.
79. Kozlowski GP, I Sterzl and G Nilaver (1992) Localization patterns for immunoglobulins and albumins in the brain suggest diverse mechanisms for their transport across the blood-brain barrier (BBB). Prog Brain Res 91:149-154.
80. Liang C-L, GP Kozlowski, SA Joseph and DC German (1992) ACTH1-39 inputs to mesocorticolimbic dopaminergic neurons: light and electron microscopic examination. Neurosci Lett 146:79-83.
81. Franci CR, JA Anselmo-Franci, GP Kozlowski and SM McCann (1993) Actions of endogenous vasopressin and oxytocin on anterior pituitary hormone secretion. Neuroendocrinology 57:693-699.
82. Liang C-L, GP Kozlowski and DC German (1993) Leu5-enkephalin afferents to midbrain dopaminergic neurons: light and electron microscopic examination. J Comp Neuro 332:269-281.
83. Kozlowski GP and I. Sterzl (1994) Immunocytochemical distribution of CD4-like molecules in brains of rats administered ethanol. Adv Biosci 86:523-534.
84. Kedzierski W, N Aguila-Mansilla, GP Kozlowski and JC Porter (1994) Expression of tyrosine hydroxylase gene in cultured hypothalamic cells: Roles of protein kinase A and C. J Neurochem 62:431-437.
85. Aguilla-Mansilla N, GP Kozlowski and JC Porter (1994) Intracerebral pituitary grafts lengthen the survival time of aged rats. J Endo 2:217-221.
86. Swiatkowski K, Dellamano LM, J Vissing, KJ Rybicki, GP Kozlowski and GA Iwamoto (1997) Differential effects from parapyramidal region and rostral ventrolateral medulla mediated by substance P. Brain Res (in press)
87. Kozlowski G.P., Lebedev V.P.  Inhibitory effect of transcranial electrostimulation on C-FOS expression in some regions of the forebrain.Transcranial Electrostimulation. Experimental and clinical studies, Saint Petersburg, 1998, p. 163-182 (In Russian).
88. Lebedev VP, Malygin AV, Kovalevski AV, Rychkova SV, Sisoev VN, Kropotov SP, Krupitski EM, Gerasimova LI., Glukhov DV, Kozlowski GP. Devices for non-invasive transcranial electrostimulation of the brain endorphinergic system: application for improvement of human psycho-physiological status. Proceedings of 7th International Workshop on Functional Electrostimulation, Vienna, 2001: 131-135.
89. Sakurai T, Amemiya A, Ishii M, Matsuzaki I, Chemelli RM, Tanaka H, Williams SC, Richarson JA, Kozlowski GP, Wilson S, Arch JR, Buckingham RE, Haynes AC, Carr SA, Annan RS, McNulty DE, Liu WS, Terrett JA, Elshourbagy NA, Bergsma DJ, Yanagisawa M (1998) Orexins and orexin receptors: a family of hypothalamic neuropeptides and G protein-coupled receptors that regulate feeding behavior. Cell 1998 Mar 6;92(5):1 page following 696
90. Sakurai T, Amemiya A, Ishii M, Matsuzaki I, Chemelli RM, Tanaka H, Williams SC, Richardson JA, Kozlowski GP, Wilson S, Arch JR, Buckingham RE, Haynes AC, Carr SA, Annan RS, McNulty DE, Liu WS, Terrett JA, Elshourbagy, NA, Bergsma DJ, Yanagisawa M (1998) Orexins and orexin receptors: a family of hypothalamic neuropeptides and G protein-coupled receptors that regulate feeding behavior.Orexins and orexin receptors: a family of hypothalamic neuropeptides and G protein-coupled receptors that regulate feeding behavior. Cell Feb 20;92(4):573-85
91. Swiatkowski, K, LM Dellamano, J Vissing, KJ Rybicki, GP Kozlowski, and GA Iwamoto. (1999) Differential effects from parapyramidal region and rostral ventrolateral medulla mediated by substance P.  Am. Physiol. Soc. (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol)., 46; 277:R1120-R1229
92. Lebedev VP, Malygin AV, Kovalevski AV, Rychkova SV, Sisoev VN, Kropotov SP. Krupitski EM, Gerasimova LI, Glukhov DV, Kozlowski GP.  (2002)  Devices for noninvasive transcranial electrostimulation of the brain endorphinergic system: application for improvement of human psycho-physiological status. Artificial Organs, 2002, v. 26, N 3, p.248-251.
93. Toomim, H, A Remond, M Toomim, R Marsh, M Kimble, and GP Kozlowski. (2004) Non-invasive intentional increase of regional cerebral blood oxygenation; effects of brain exercise; a controlled study.  *Citation Paper In Recognition of Excellence by The Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback as the 32nd  Annual Meeting of the AAPB, March 30, 2001.
94.. Walker JE and GP Kozlowski. 2005. Neurofeedback treatment of epilepsy. Child Adolesc Psychiatric Clin N Am 14:163-176.
95. Toomim H,  Mize W, Kwong PC, Toomim M, R Marsh, Kozlowski GP, Kimball M . A Remond. 2005. Intentional Increase of Cerebral Blood Oxygenation Using Hemoencephalography (HEG): An Efficient Brain Exercise Therapy. J Neurotherapy 8: 5 – 21.
96. Walker JE, R Lawson and GP Kozlowski. 2007. Current Status of QEEG and Neurofeedback in the Treatment of Clinical Depression. In: Handbook of Neurofeedback: Dynamics and Clinical Applications. JR Evans (ed.) Haworth Press, Binghamton, NY, Chap. 14.
97. Walker JE , Kozlowski GP, R Lawson. 2007. A Modular Activation/Coherence Approach to Evaluating Clinical/QEEG Correlations and for Guiding Neurofeedback Training: Modular Insufficiencies, Modular Excesses, Disconnections, and Hyperconnections. J Neurotherapy 11: 25 – 44.
98. Kerson C, Sherman R, Kozlowski G: 2009. Alpha suppression and symmetry training for generalized anxiety symptoms. Journal of Neurotherapy, 13:146–155.

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