This book accurately describes the cognitive processes that lead to and are present in someone with an eating disorder. Several case histories on individuals with anorexia nervosa and obesity are presented. It probes the emotional causes and effects of abnormal eating patterns.
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Orientation and Point of View
Historical and Sociocultural Perspectives
Biological Basis of Eating Disorders
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Eating Disorders: Obesity, Anorexia Nervosa, And The Person Within
Vista de fragmentos - 1973
accepted achieved active adolescents anorexia nervosa anorexic appeared approach aspects attention attitude awareness became become began behavior body Chapter child clinical completely concept concern condition considered consultation continued depressed described detail diet difficulties discussed disturbances early eating effect efforts emotional excess experiences expressed factors father fear feel felt function gain girl give hospital hunger important increase individual interaction interest later learning less living looked lose lost months mother never normal obesity observed occurred overweight parents particular patients patterns period person physician picture possible problems progress psychiatric psychological recognized reducing referred refused reported result seemed sense severe sexual showed slim social studies suffered symptoms therapist thin things thinking tion treatment underlying usually various wanted weight weight loss whole young
Child Abuse Trauma: Theory and Treatment of the Lasting Effects
No hay ninguna vista previa disponible - 1992
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