This impressive book presents contributions from leading researchers and practitioners in the field of eating disorders and offers a remarkably comprehensive study of the theory and treatment of both anorexia nervosa and bulimia from biomedical, sociocultural and psychological perspectives. Theory and Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia is testimony to the multidetermined nature of the current epidemic of food-related disorders; as such, it emphasizes the pressing need for professionals to collaborate on research and treatment.
Table of Contents
Contents, Foreword by William N. Davis, Ph.D., Acknowledgments, Contributors, Introduction, PART I. BIOMEDICAL PERSPECTIVE, PART II. SOCIOCULTURAL PERSPECTIVE, PART III. PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE, PART IV. CONCLUSION, Index
Steven Wiley Emmett