& Director, Undergraduate Programs
Office: Math/Psychology 316
Graduate Research and Training Opportunities:
NO Not accepting new graduate students
Undergraduate Research and Training Opportunities:
NO No undergraduate opportunities available
Ph.D. – Duke University, 1992
Area of Study:
Exploring Psychology: Discipline and Careers (PSYC 292)
Physiological Psychology (PSYC 335)
Eating Normal and Abnormal (PSYC 463)
Leadership roles in the Department/College/University:
Director, Undergraduate Programs
Effective pedagogical practices in teaching of Psychology. Lifespan changes in determinants of eating behavior, particularly overeating.
Warwick, Z.S., Synowski, S.J., Rice, K.D., Smart, A.B. (in press). Independent effects of diet palatability and fat content on bout size and daily intake in rats. Physiology and Behavior.
Warwick, Z.S. (2003). Dietary fat dose-dependently increases spontaneous caloric intake in rat. Obesity Research, 11, 859-864.
Warwick, Z.S., Synowski, S.J., Bell, K.R. (2002). Dietary fat content affects energy intake and weight gain independent of diet caloric density in rats. Physiology and Behavior., 77, 85-90.
Warwick, Z.S., McGuire, C.M.,Bowen, K.J.; Synowski, S.J. (2000). Behavioral expression of high-fat diet hyperphagia: meal size, satiety, and adjustment of intake. American Journal of Physiology, 278, R196-R200.
Warwick, Z.S.; Synowski, S.J. (1999). Effect of food deprivation and maintenance diet composition on fat preference and acceptance in rat. Physiology and Behavior, 68, 235-239.