Eating disorders

PrefaceCase StudiesFeatures for StudentsWhat Are Eating Disorders?Anorexia NervosaCase Study: EmilyBulimia NervosaCase Study: JeanBinge-Eating DisorderCase Study: JamieOther Specified Feeding or Eating DisorderCase Study: ValerieCase Study: GeorgeUnspecified Feeding or Eating DisorderEating Disorders as a Continuum of ProblemsConclusionKey TermsRelated Conditions That Are Not Eating DisordersPicaCase Study: TobyRumination DisorderCase Study: SallyAvoidant/Restrictive Food Intake DisorderCase Study: JacksonObesityIs Obesity a Food Addiction?Is Obesity an Eating Disorder?Case Study: JoanneObesity Is a Physical Condition with Heterogeneous CausesHealth at Every SizeConclusionWho Suffers from Eating Disorders?Eating Disorders in Treatment SamplesEating Disorders in Community-Based SamplesCase Study: JamieEating Disorders and MenMuscle Dysmorphia—A Predominantly Male Eating Disorder?Summary of Eating Disorders in MenEating Disorders and Race/EthnicityEating Disorders in African American or Black SamplesEating Disorders in Asian SamplesCase Study: JeanEating Disorders in Hispanic-Latino SamplesSummary of Eating Disorders in Racial/Ethnic MinoritiesEating Disorders in Non-Western CulturesAnorexia Nervosa in Non-Western CulturesBulimia Nervosa in Non-Western CulturesBinge-Eating Disorder in Non-Western CulturesSummary of Eating Disorders in in Non-Western CulturesHistory of Eating DisordersHistorical Accounts of Self-Starvation in Adolescent GirlsCase Study: St. Catherine of SienaCase Study: St. VeronicaCase Study: Mr. Duke’s DaughterCase Study: Sarah JacobsIntroduction of Anorexia Nervosa as a Named SyndromeCase Study: Miss K. R.Historical Accounts of Binge, Purge, and Binge-Purge SyndromesCase Study: Dr. Samuel JohnsonIntroduction of Night Eating Syndrome, Binge-Eating Disorder, Bulimia Nervosa, and Purging Disorder as Named SyndromesModern Trends in Incidence and Prevalence of Eating DisordersConclusionKey TermsFinding the Causes of Eating Disorders. Going Beyond Descriptive MethodsHypothesesLongitudinal StudiesRetrospective, Follow-Back DesignProspective, Follow-Up DesignExperimental StudiesAnalog StudiesClinical Experimental StudiesCase Study: EmilyCase Study: GeorgeNaturalistic InvestigationsAdoption and Twin StudiesCross-Cultural and Epidemiological StudiesConclusionKey TermsBody Image, Dieting, and Eating Disorders. Can We Blame the Media?The Cultural Ideal of ThinnessCase Study: JeanCase Study: ValerieWhy Does Thin = Good?Societal Denigration of Overweight and ObesityCase Study: EmilyCase Study: GeorgeBody ImageDietingConclusionKey TermsFamily and Peer Factors in the Development of Eating PathologyPsychoanalytic Model of Family InfluencePsychodynamic Model of Family InfluenceFamily Systems Model of Family InfluenceSocial Learning Model of Family InfluenceCase Study: JamieInfluence of Parental Modeling Versus Parental Direct CommentsCase Study: JeanPeer Influences on Eating PathologyPeer Socialization Versus Peer SelectionCase Study: Valerie“Fat Talk” and Eating Disorder RiskThe Emerging Role of Social MediaConclusionKey TermsPsychological Factors in the Development of Eating Disorders. The Contributions of Personality and Cognitive-Affective ProcessesPersonalityCase Study: EmilyCognitive and Affective ProcessesLearning Processes and Eating DisordersCase Study: JamieCase Study: ValerieCase Study: JamieAttentionPerceptual and Cognitive DistortionsCase Study: JeanConclusionKey TermsBiological Bases, Correlates, and Consequences of Eating DisordersBrain Function and Eating DisordersAppetite and Weight RegulationNeurotransmitters and Eating DisordersSerotonin (5-HT)Neuropeptides and Eating DisordersLeptinNeuropeptide YCholecystokininGhrelin, Glucagon-like Peptide 1, and Peptide YYNeural Circuitry of RewardSummary of Brain Function and Eating DisordersGenetic Contributions to Eating DisordersBehavioral Genetic StudiesMolecular Genetic StudiesThe 5-HT2A Receptor GeneThe Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor GeneChallenges in Identifying Genetic Contributions to Eating Disorder RiskPhysical Consequences of Eating DisordersConsequences of StarvationNeuroanatomical ChangesBone Mineral Density ChangesCase Study: EmilyConsequences of Binge EatingConsequences of PurgingCase Study: JeanMortalityConclusionKey TermsTreatmentTreatment UseTreatment ModalitiesInpatient TreatmentCase Study: EmilyCase Study: ValerieResidential Treatment ProgramsOutpatient TreatmentLevels of Care and Treatment OutcomePsychotherapy Content and Theoretical OrientationsPsychoeducationPsychodynamic TherapyCognitive-Behavioral TreatmentsCase Study: JeanInterpersonal TherapyThird-Wave Treatments for Eating DisordersFamily-Based TherapyTreatment Mediators and ModeratorsNonpsychotherapy InterventionsNutritional CounselingCase Study: JamieMedicationCase Study: GeorgeConclusionKey TermsPreventionPrevention ParadigmsPrevention Themes and ContentImplementing Prevention and Levels of InterventionUniversal Prevention ProgramsSelective Prevention ProgramsIndicated Prevention ProgramsConclusionKey TermsLong-Term Course and OutcomeAnorexia NervosaMortalityRecoveryRelapseCrossoverPrognostic FactorsBulimia NervosaMortalityRecoveryCase Study: JeanRelapseCrossoverPrognostic FactorsBinge-Eating DisorderCase Study: JamiePurging DisorderCase Study: ValerieComparison of DSM-5 Eating DisordersAnorexia Nervosa and Bulimia NervosaBulimia Nervosa and Binge-Eating DisorderConclusionKey TermsCase Studies RevisitedEmily, a Case of Anorexia NervosaJean, a Case of Bulimia NervosaJamie, a Case of Binge-Eating DisorderValerie, a Case of Purging DisorderGeorge, a Case of Night Eating SyndromeCurrent Knowledge and Ongoing DebatesFuture DirectionsAdditional Resources
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