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The Psychology of Eating: From Healthy to Disordered Behavior (2nd Edition)

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Obesity and overweight are on the increase, eating disorders are becoming more common, and many people diet to lose weight. In parallel, dietrelated subjects are in vogue and over the past few years there has been an explosion of interest in any aspect of diet, from healthy eating through to eating disorders. The popular press offers features on diet, bookstores sell books on healthy eating, and television producers broadcast documentaries on people who are overweight, are underweight, have a solution to weight, or need a solution to their weight. The academic and research literature has also proliferated. Diet provides the focus for dieticians, nutritionists, endocrinologists, geneticists, psychiatrists, sociologists, and a range of psychologists from social, biological, health, and clinical psychology perspectives. There are journals dedicated to the subject of diet, specialist books produced, and conferences held to provide a forum for discussion. This book aims to provide a detailed map of this expanding area.

List of Figures
Foreword – Janet Polivy
Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Healthy Eating
Chapter 3: Food Choice
Chapter 4: The Meaning of Food
Chapter 5: The Meaning of Size
Chapter 6: Body Dissatisfaction
Chapter 7: Dieting
Chapter 8: Obesity
Chapter 9: Obesity Treatment
Chapter 10: Eating Disorders
Chapter 11: Treating Eating Disorders
Chapter 12: An Integrated Model of Diet
Author Index
Subject Index

Author Details
"Jane Ogden"

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