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The Wiley Handbook of Eating Disorders. Edition No. 1. Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks

  • ID: 3060291
  • Book
  • August 2015
  • 1024 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
This groundbreaking two-volume handbook provides a comprehensive collection of evidence-based analyses of the causes, treatment, and prevention of eating disorders.
  • A two-volume handbook featuring contributions from an international group of experts, and edited by two of the leading authorities on eating disorders and body image research
  • Presents comprehensive coverage of eating disorders, including their history, etiological factors, diagnosis, assessment, prevention, and treatment
  • Tackles controversies and previously unanswered questions in the field
  • Includes coverage of DSM-5 and suggestions for further research at the end of each chapter
2 Volumes
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Contributors viii

Preface xiii

Acknowledgments xiv

Section I Definitions and History 1

1 Body Image, Disordered Eating, and Eating Disorders: Connections and Disconnects 3
Linda Smolak and Michael P. Levine

2 History of Anorexia Nervosa 11
Tilmann Habermas

3 The History of Bulimia Nervosa 25
Richard A. Gordon

4 History of BED and ED]NOS 39
Lázaro V. Zayas and Jennifer J. Thomas

Section II Epidemiology 51

5 Prevalence and Incidence of Eating Disorders in Western Societies 53
Pamela K. Keel and K. Jean Forney

6 Prevalence and Incidence of Eating Disorders in Asian Societies 64
Kathleen M. Pike, Patricia E. Dunne, and Andrea Grant

7 Prevalence and Incidence of Eating Disorders in Underrepresented Countries 79
Christopher Paul Szabo

Section III Diagnosis 93

8 Diagnosing Anorexia Nervosa 95
Emily K. Gray, Helen B. Murray, and Kamryn T. Eddy

9 Diagnosing Bulimia Nervosa 105
Scott Crow

10 Binge Eating Disorder: Diagnosis and Assessment 114
Lindsay Bodell and Ruth Striegel Weissman

11 Diagnosing Other Specified and Unspecified Feeding and Eating Disorders in DSM]5 (Formerly Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified in DSM]IV) 126
Carol Peterson, Kelly C. Berg, Nora Durkin, and Leah M. Jappe

12 Severe and Enduring Anorexia Nervosa: Diagnosis, Features, and Radical New Treatment Approaches 142
J. Hubert Lacey and Richard Sly

13 Diagnosing Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents 157
Ellen S. Rome

14 Medical Complications and Diagnosing Eating Disorders 170
C. Laird Birmingham

15 Psychiatric Comorbidity in Diagnosis 183
Jennifer S. Coelho, Lea Thaler, and Howard Steiger

16 Cross]Cultural and Ethnicity Issues in Diagnosis 197
Kathleen Y. Kawamura

Section IV Theories 209

17 Biopsychiatric Theories of Eating Disorders 211
Sloane Madden

18 Cognitive]Behavioral Theory of Eating Disorders 222
Kelly M. Vitousek and Krista E. Brown

19 Feminist Theories of Eating Disorders 238
Taryn A. Myers

20 Psychodynamic Theory of Eating Disorders 253
Kathryn Zerbe

21 Sociocultural Theories of Eating Disorders 269
Rheanna N. Ata, Lauren M. Schaefer, and J. Kevin Thompson

Section V Risk and Protective Factors and Correlates 283

22 Body Image Disturbance and the Development of Eating Disorders 285
Ann Kearney]Cooke and Diana Tieger

23 Cultural Similarities and Differences in Eating Disorders 297
Eileen Anderson]Fye, Stephanie McClure, and Rachel Wilson

24 Dieting as a Risk Factor for Eating Disorders 312
Eric Stice and Kyle Burger

25 Ethnicity as a Risk Factor for Eating Disorders 324
Jennifer E. Wildes and Kelsie T. Forbush

26 Familial Risk Factors and Eating Disorders 338
Janis Crowther, Kathryn E. Smith, and Gail A. Williams

27 Gender and Eating Disorders 352
Sarah K. Murnen and Linda Smolak

28 Genetic Risk Factors for Eating Disorders 367
Jessica H. Baker, Lauren Janson, Sara E. Trace, and Cynthia M. Bulik

29 Media and Eating Disorders 379
Michael P. Levine and Sarah K. Murnen

30 Neurochemical Components of Undereating and Overeating 394
Susan Murray, Alexandra Arosenius, and Nicole M. Avena

31 Peer Risk Factors and Eating Disorders 408
Carolina Lunde and Ann Frisén

32 Personality as a Risk Factor for Eating Disorders 418
Jason M. Lavender, Kyle P. De Young, and Stephen A. Wonderlich

33 Protective Factors 430
Tracy L. Tylka and Ashley M. Kroon Van Diest

34 Stress, Trauma, and Adversity as Risk Factors in the Development of Eating Disorders 445
Timothy D. Brewerton

Section VI Special Groups 461

35 Athletes, Physical Activity, Dancers, and Eating Disorders 463
Trent Petrie and Christy Greenleaf

36 Eating Disorders Across the Lifespan 479
Linda Smolak

37 Eating Disorders in Boys and Men 492
Lina Ricciardelli and Marita McCabe

Section VII Assessment 507

38 Screening for Eating Disorders: An Updated Guide 509
Rachel F. Rodgers and Debra L. Franko

39 Clinical Interviews and Eating Disorders 524
Karina Allen

40 Research Tools for Assessing Eating Disorders 537
Drew A. Anderson, Katherine Schaumberg, Erin E. Reilly, and Lisa M. Anderson

Section VIII Prevention 555

41 Why Prevention? The Case for Upstream Strategies 557
A. Jordan Filion and Jess Haines

42 School]Based Prevention 569
Zali Yager and Jennifer A. O’Dea

43 A Feminist Perspective on the Prevention of Eating Disorders 582
Niva Piran

44 Cognitive and Behavioral Approaches to the Prevention of Eating Disorders 597
Carolyn Becker, Kelly MacKenzie, and Tiffany Stewart

45 Media Literacy in the Prevention of Eating Disorders 610
Simon Wilksch and Tracey D. Wade

46 Computer]Assisted Approaches to Prevention 625
Stephanie Bauer, Carla Minarik, and Markus Moessner

47 Developing an Ecological Approach to Eating Disorders Prevention: The Ontario Project 639
Michael P. Levine and Gail L. McVey

48 Social Policy and Prevention 655
Susan J. Paxton

49 Integration of Obesity and Eating Disorders Prevention: A Holistic Approach to Wellness in Elementary Schools 669
Suzanne E. Mazzeo, Rachel W. Gow, and Allison Palmberg

Section IX Issues in Treatment 681

50 The Eating Disorders Treatment Team and Continuum of Care: Saving Lives and Optimizing Treatment 683
Theodore E. Weltzin and Mary E. Fitzpatrick

51 Addressing Gender and Ethnicity in the Treatment of Eating Disorders 698
Heather Thompson]Brenner, Rebecca Shingleton, and Lauren Richards

52 Medical Complications and Management Strategies in Patients with Severe Restricting and Purging 712
Jennifer L. Gaudiani

53 Treating Eating Disorders in Children and Adolescents 727
Katrina Hunt, Mima Simic, and Ivan Eisler

54 Issues in Treating Comorbidity in the Eating Disorders 742
Amy Baker Dennis and Randy A. Sansone

55 The “Natural” Course of Eating Disorders 757
Tiffany Brown, Kelly Klein, and Pamela K. Keel

Section X Therapeutic Approaches 771

56 Cognitive]Behavioral Therapy for the Treatment of Eating Disorders 773
Anthea Fursland and Susan M. Byrne

57 Dialectical Behavioral Therapy 788
Emmett Bishop

58 Feminist Therapy 801
Karin Jasper

59 Psychopharmacology in the Treatment of Eating Disorders 816
Phillipa J. Hay and Angélica M. Claudino

60 Family Approaches to Treatment 828
Anna C. Ciao, Kristen Anderson, and Daniel Le Grange

61 Medical Nutrition Therapy for Eating Disorders 843
Leah L. Graves and Christina Scribner

62 Interpersonal Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Eating Disorders 859
Andrea E. Kass, Jacqueline M. Patmore, and Denise E. Wilfley

63 Motivational Interviewing and Readiness for Change 873
Pamela Macdonald and Janet Treasure

Section XI Controversies and Future Directions 887

64 Perspectives on the Measurement of Outcome 889
Michael Strober and James Lock

65 Is Obesity an Eating Disorder? 901
Kelly C. Allison and Alysia A. Cirona]Singh

66 Social and Financial Policy in the United States 916
Kitty Westin and Jillian Lampert

67 Toward an Integrated Biopsychosocial Model of Eating Disorders 929
Linda Smolak and Michael P. Levine

68 Planning for Future Research: 10 Critical Questions 942
Michael P. Levine and Linda Smolak

Index 953

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Linda Smolak Kenyon College, USA.

Michael P. Levine Kenyon College, USA.
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