Note: Elon University undergraduate co-author(s) in bold.
Gendle, M. H., & O’Hara, K. P. (2015). Oral magnesium supplementation and test anxiety in university undergraduates. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 11, 21-30.
Gendle, M. H., Young, E., & Romano, A. (2013). Effects of oral 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) on a standardized planning task: Insight into possible dopamine/serotonin interactions in the forebrain. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 28, 270-273.
Gendle, M. H., & McGrath, M .G. (2012). Can the 8-coil Shakti alter subjective emotional experience? A randomized, placebo controlled study. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 114, 217-235.
Gendle, M. H., Stroman, A. K., & Mullin, D. P. (2011). Effect of an acute dose of crude kava root extract on problem solving in healthy young adults. Australian Journal of Medical Herbalism, 23, 160-163.
Beaudin, S. A., Gendle, M. H., & Strupp, B. J. (2011). Gender influences on the cognitive and emotional effects of prenatal cocaine exposure: Insights from an animal model. In M Lewis & L. Kestler (Eds.), Gender differences in prenatal substance exposure (pp. 77-96). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Gendle, M. H. (2011). Discussing philosophy of mind in introductory neuroscience classes. The Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 9, E5-E7.
Gendle, M. H., Glazer, K. S., Olszewski, E. A., & Novak, C. A. (2011). Relationships between total cholesterol levels and specific alterations in impulsivity and attention. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science, 127, 13-17.
Gendle, M. H. & Golding, A. C. (2010). Oral administration of 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) impairs decision making under ambiguity but not under risk: Evidence from the Iowa Gambling Task. Human Psychopharmacology: Clinical and Experimental, 25, 491-499.
Gendle, M. H. & Olszewski, E. A. (2010). High-risk tanning behaviors, ultraviolet light dependency, and responses to the Addiction Potential Scale in university undergraduates. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science, 126, 15-22.
Gendle, M. H. (2010). Use and abuse: Drugs and drug commerce in a global context. R. Haskell & T. Arcaro (Eds.), Understanding the global experience. Boston, MA: Pearson Allyn & Bacon.
Gendle, M. H., Smucker, D. M., Stafstrom, J. A., Helterbran, M. C., & Glazer, K. S. (2009). Attention and reaction time in university students following the consumption of Red Bull®. The Open Nutrition Journal, 3, 8-10.
Gendle, M. H., Spaeth, A. M., Dollard, S. M., & Novak, C. A. (2008). Functional relationships between serum total cholesterol levels, executive control, and sustained attention. Nutritional Neuroscience, 11, 84-94.
Gendle, M. H. (2007). Word-gustatory synesthesia: A case study. Perception, 36, 495-507.
Gendle, M. H. & Finnegan, E. E. (2007). Self-imposed dietary restraint and food Stroop performance in college-age women. Journal of the North Carolina Academy of Science, 123, 49-59.
Gendle, M. H. & Ransom, M. R. (2006). Use of the electronic game SIMON® as a measure of working memory span in college age adults. Journal of Behavioral and Neuroscience Research, 4, 1-7.
Gendle, M. H., White, T. L., Strawderman, M. S., Mactutus, C. F., Booze, R. M., Levitsky, D. A., & Strupp, B. J. (2004). Enduring effects of prenatal cocaine exposure on selective attention: Evidence from an animal model. Behavioral Neuroscience, 118, 290-297.
Gendle, M. H., Strawderman, M. S., Mactutus, C. F., Booze, R. M., Levitsky, D. A., & Strupp, B. J. (2004). Prenatal cocaine exposure does not alter working memory in adult rats. Neurotoxicology and Teratology, 26, 319-329.
Canfield, R. L., Gendle, M. H., & Cory-Slechta, D. A. (2004). Impaired neuropsychological functioning in lead exposed children. Developmental Neuropsychology, 26, 513-540.
Gendle, M. H., Strawderman, M. S., Mactutus, C. F., Booze, R. M., Levitsky, D. A., & Strupp, B. J. (2003). Impaired sustained attention and altered reactivity to errors in an animal model of prenatal cocaine exposure. Developmental Brain Research, 147, 85-96.
Gendle, M. H. (2002). Increases, reductions, or no effect? The puzzle of neural findings from animal models of prenatal cocaine exposure. Journal of Drug Issues, 32, 1-10.
Linn, C. E., Young M. S., Gendle, M., Glover, T. J., & Roelofs, W. L. (1997). Sex pheromone blend discrimination in two races and hybrids of the European corn borer moth, Ostrinia nubilalis. Physiological Entomology, 22, 476-493.
Gendle, M. (2015, January 22). Reconsidering U.S. Drug Policies. Burlington (N.C.) Times-News. Also published (2015, January 25) in the Fayetteville (N.C.) Observer as: Change in U.S. Drug Policies Could Ease Immigration Woes, and (2015, February 1) in the Greensboro (N.C.) News & Record as: We’re Losing the War on Drugs, and (2015, February 8) in the Richmond (VA) Times-Dispatch as: Gendle: Fix U.S. Drug Policies to Ease Immigration Crisis.
Gendle, M., & Monico, C. (2014, September 13). U.S. Has Moral Imperative to Help Children at the Border. Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal. Also published (2014, September 12) in the Gaston (N.C.) Gazette, and (2014, September 27) in the Durham (N.C.) Herald-Sun, and as: Children at the Border: Ignoring the Faces of Those Who Suffer. Burlington (N.C.) Times-News (2014, September 11).
Gendle, M. H. (2010, March 25). A New Kind of Drug: The Perfect Tan. Charlotte (N.C.) Observer.
Gendle, M. H. (2008, July 4). It's Not a Zero-Sum Game. Are a Moderately Heavy Teaching Load and an Active Research Program Mutually Exclusive? The Chronicle of Higher Education. p. A31.
Gendle, M. H. (2007, February 15). Big Blues: The Death of an Industrial Town. The Progressive Populist. p. 17.
Gendle, M. H. (2006, July 20). Scholar, Global Thinker, and Hypocrite. The Chronicle of Higher Education: Chronicle Careers, Online.
Gendle, M. H. (2006, April 13). Moving On Up. The Chronicle of Higher Education: Chronicle Careers, Online.