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Integrating Psychotherapy and Pharmacotherapy: Dissolving the Mind-Brain Barrier by Bernard D. Beitman, Barton J. Blinder, Michael E. Thase, Debra L. Safer

A comprehensive program for clinicians. Treatment of mental illness requires mind-brain thinking. The dichotomy of mind and brain is now giving way to the beginnings of integration. Both pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy can help people with psychiatric disorders. But how are the clinical effects of chemical and psychotherapeutic treatments maximized? This book summarizes research in combined treatments, and discusses the manner in which each can aid the other.

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The Eating Disorders : Medical and Psychological Bases of Diagnosis and Treatment
Second Edition - Complete text and newly added content
Edited by Barton J. Blinder, Barry F. Chaitin, Renee S. Goldstein


CHAPTER 35 (Free to the Public)
Stanley Goodman, Barton J. Blinder, Barry F. Chaitin, and Jennifer Hagman

 

       
         
1   The Development of Feeding Behavior
Elliott M. Blass
  3
         
2   Neurotransmitter Regulation of Appetite and Eating 
John E. Morley Allan S. Levine, and Dean D. Krahn
  11
         
3   Energy Balance and Opioid Receptors: Epsions in the Periphery Promote Conservation; Kappa and Delta in the CNS Permit Expenditures
David L. Maigules

  21
         
4   Long-Term History of Human Diet
Glynn LI. Isaac, and Jeanne M. Sept
  29
         
5   Animal Models of Eating Disorders: Hypothalamic Function
Timothy Schallett
  39
         
  Adjusting Food Intake to Meet Homeostatic Demands: Implications for Anorexia Ncrvosa
Carl I. Thompson
  49
         
  Gastrointestinal Peptides and the Limitation of Meal Size 
James Gibbs
  57
         
   
Applied Studies
   
8   Descriptive and Operational Study of Eating in Humans 
John E. Blundell and Andrew J. Hill
  65
         
  The Effect of Psychopharmacological Agents on Appetite and Eating
Marc H. Stolar
  87
         
10  

Palatability and Preference: Basic Studies
Barbara J. Rolls and Marion Hethedngton

  101
         
11   Physiological Basis of Food Preferences in Eating Disorders
Adam Drewnowski
  121

   

Section II: Clinical Entities
Barton J. Blinder, Bany F. Chaitin, and Renée Goldstein
Psychobiologic and Psychosocial Bases

   
         
12    Prevalence and Incidence Studies of Anorexia Nervosa
Pierre Leichner and A. Gertler
  131
         
13   A Sociocultural Interpretation of the Current Epidemic of Eating Disorders
Richard A. Gordon
  151
         
14   Family Structure of Interpersonal Relationships in the Eating Disorders
Sheldon Z. Kramer
  165
         
15  

Experimental Body Image Research in Anorexia Nervosa Patients
Rolf Meermann, Christiane Napierski, and Walter

Vandereycken

  177
         
16   Transcultural Perspectives on Eating Disorders
Daniel MA. Freeman
  195
         
17   New Neuroendocrine Findings in Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
Harmy F. Gwirtsman, Leigh Anne Ho/i/stein, and Peter Roy-Byrne
  205
         
18   Disturbances in Brain Neurotransmittor Systems in Anorexia Nervosa:
A Review of CSF Studies
Walter H. Kaye, Michael H. Fbert, and C Raymond Lake
  215
         
 19   Pathophysiologic and Clinical Aspects of Medical, Endocrine, and Nutritional Abnormalities and Adaptations in Eating
James C. Sheinin
  227
         
   
Clinical Disorders
   
20   Classification and Diagnosis of the Eating Disorders
L.K George Hsu
  235
         
21   The Etiology of Anorexia Nervosa
L.K George Hsu
  239
         
22   Anorexia Nervosa
David C. Siblcy and Barton J. Blinder
  247
         
23   The Epidemiology of Bulimia
Richard L Pyle and James F. Mitchell
  259
         
24   The Diagnosis and Clinical Characteristics of Bulimia
James F. Mitchell and Richard L. Pyle
  267
         
25   Eating Disorders in Infancy and Early Childhood
Joseph L. Woolston
  275
         
26   Eating Disorders in Childhood (Ages 4 Through 11 Years)
I. Lee Gislason
  285
         
27   Anorexia Nervosa in Adults
Walter Vandereycken
  295
         
28   Nutritional Characteristics and Consequences of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
Jean Densmore-John
  305
         
29   Rumination: A Critical Review of Diagnosis and Treatment
Barton J. Blinder, Stanley L. Goodman, and Renée Goldstein
  315
         
30   Pica: A Critical Review of Diagnosis and Treatment
Barton I Blinder, Stanley L. Goodman, and Phyllis Henderson
  331

 

 

   

Section III: Treatment
Barton J. Blinder, Barmy F. Chailin, and Renée Goldstein

   
         
37   Nutritional Rehabilitation and Normalization of Eating Pattern
Jean Densmore-John
  415
         
38   Learning and Behavioral Approaches to the Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia 
Janies Kuechler amid Robert Hampton
  423
         
39   The Psychoanalytic Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
C. Philip Wilson
  433
         
40   Family Therapy for Eating Disorders
Jolztz Sargent amid Ronald Liebman
   
         
41   Group Psychotherapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia
Katharine N. Dixon
  457
         
42   Pharmacotherapy of Eating Disorders
B. Timothy Walsh
  469
         
43  

Self-Help in Anorexia and Bulimia: Principles of Organization and Practice
Felix F.F. Larocca

 

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Special Studies
   
31   The Relationship of the Eating and Affective Disorders
Barry F. Chaitin
  345
         
32   Nutrition in Schizophrenia and Major Depressive Illness: A Review of the Research
S. Mark Sacher and Lawrence D. Sporty
  357
         
33   Menstrual Cycle Variation in Food Intake
Douglas G. Kahn
  377
         
34   Significance of Eating Disorders in Oncologic Diagnosis and Treatment
Rowan T Chlebowski
  385
         
35  

Atypical Eating Disorders
Stanley Goodman, Barton J. Blinder, Barmy F. Chaitin, and Jennifer Hagman

  393
         
36   Oral Manifestations of Eating Disorders: Indications for a Collaborative Treatment Approach
Nadine A. Levinson
  405
         

 

 

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