Binge Eating (häftad)
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Wilson, G.Terence
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Binge Eating (häftad)

Binge Eating

Nature, Assessment and Treatment

Häftad Engelska, 1995-01-01
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Features contributions from leading experts from a wide variety of fields. The Eating Disorder Examination, the major clinical interview for assessing eating disorders, is published here in full and shows precisely how to elicit the key features of these disorders. Also included is a cognitive-behavioral therapy manual.
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"It is strongly recommended reading for any clinician who plans to treat binge eating individuals or to address problems of appetite in a clinical setting." -"-The Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease" <br>"It is not often that a book for clinicians and researchers offers a comprehensive examination of a single symptom which shares several diagnoses. By focusing on binge eating from the perspective of the symptom from differing diagnoses, and by examining it as a phenomenon in and of itself, the contributors to this edited work provide an enriching and instructive resource." --"Eating Disorders" <br>.,."a wonderful resource for all clinicians and researchers in the field of eating disorders." --"Journal of Adolescence" <br>"This reviewer anticipated a text academic and at times tedious in its reading. However, the editors and contributors have put together a volume of infinite value to the practicing clinician. From the introductory through the final section, presenting two approaches for assessment and management, it is a wealth of pertinent and timely clinical information. Logical in presentation and style, each section thoroughly addresses binge eating in its many forms and factors affecting its presentation." --"The Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease" <br>"This text will be a valuable reference for students taking courses on eating disorders and psychopathology, and for clinicians and researchers interested in eating problems." --BIOSIS <br>"This is a state-of-the-art volume on binge eating...For clinicians working with clients suffering from eating disorders or addictions who have been bingeing, this book provides a wealth of useful, current information. It will prove helpful bothin case-conceptualization and in improving care." --"The Addiction Letter" <br>"The authors have succeeded in assembling a collection of integrated and highly focused chapters from a wide range of perspectives. Chapter authors cross reference one another extensively, creating the impression of a true synthesis of ideas (no small accomplishment for a multiauthored text)....Most timely given the current movement to recognize binge eating disorder as distinct from other eating disorders." --"Doody's Annual Health Sciences Book Review" <br>"The book supplies just about everything a clinician or researcher could want in one volume on the topic, provided by the foremost experts in their fields; as such, it is a must for our bookshelves." --"Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention" <br>"The most comprehensive book available on binge eating and its treatment. Edited by two well-known experts in the field, this 16-chapter book is well organized and presented. Most importantly, it includes the Eating Disorder Examination, the standard interview for assessing eating disorders." --"Social & Behavioral Sciences" <br>"An important contribution marking the scientific coming of age of binge eating....A most valuable resource for the many professionals interested in this subject." --"Behaviour Research and Therapy" <br>"This book should be widely read, and available to everybody working with people who binge eat. It will be useful for specialists and generalists, researchers and clinicians, and for those working with adolescents and adults" --"Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry" <br>


Introduction. Fairburn, Wilson, Binge Eating: Definition and Classification. Stunkard, A Historical Perspective on Binge Eating. Clinical Characteristics. Walsh, Binge Eating in Bulimia Nervosa. Garner, Binge Eating in Anorexia Nervosa. Marcus, Binge Eating in Obesity. Wilson, Binge Eating and Addictive Disorders. Epidemiology and Etiology. Fairburn, Hay, Welch, Binge Eating and Bulimia Nervosa: DistribUtion and Determinants. Striegel-Moore, Etiology of Binge Eating: A Developmental Perspective. Polivy, Herman, Etiology of Binge Eating: Psychological Mechanisms. Blundell, Hill, Etiology of Binge Eating: Biological Mechanisms. - Evaluation and Treatment. Wilson, Assessment of Binge Eating. Mitchell, Zwann, Pharmacological Treatments and Medical Management of Binge Eating. Agras, Short-Term Psychological Treatments for Binge Eating. Tobin, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Binge Eating. Two Approaches to Assessment and Management. Fairburn, Cooper, The Eating Disorder Examination. Fairburn, Marcus, Wilson, Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Binge Eating and Bulimia Nervosa: A Treatment Manual. Index.