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The psychology of eating : from healthy to disordered behavior / Jane Ogden.
- Ogden, Jane, 1966-
About this work
Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2003.
xii, 302 pages 23cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1: Introduction -- The aim of this book -- The focus of this book -- The structure of this book -- Further reading -- 2: Healthy eating -- What is healthy eating? -- The role of diet in contributing to illness -- The role of diet in treating illness -- Who has a healthy diet? -- 3: Food choice -- Developmental models -- Cognitive models -- Psycho physiological models -- 4: The meaning of food -- Food classification systems -- Food as a statement of the self -- Food as social interaction -- Food as cultural identity -- 5: The meaning of size -- Media representations -- The meaning of sex -- The meaning of size -- 6: Body dissatisfaction -- What is body dissatisfaction? -- How is it measured? -- Who is dissatisfied with their body? -- What causes body dissatisfaction? -- What are the consequences of body dissatisfaction? -- 7: Dieting -- A history of dieting -- The dieting industry -- The role of control -- What is dieting? -- What do dieters do? -- Dieting and overeating -- The consequences of dieting -- The problems with restraint theory -- 8: Obesity -- What is obesity? -- How common is obesity? -- What are the consequences of obesity? -- What are the causes of obesity? -- 9: Obesity treatment -- Dietary interventions -- Should obesity be treated at all? -- The costs and benefits of treatment -- The role of exercise -- Surgery -- Drug therapy -- Successful dieters -- Prevention -- 10: Eating disorders -- What is anorexia nervosa (an)? -- What is bulimia nervosa (bn)? -- How common are these problems? -- What are their consequences? -- What are their causes? -- 11: Treating eating disorders -- Psychoanalytic psychotherapy -- Cognitive behavioural therapy -- Family therapy -- Inpatient treatments -- 12: An integrated model of diet -- A summary of the literature on diet --Common themes in the diet literature -- An integrated model of diet.
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LocationMedical Collection WM175 2003O34p