Handbook of Eating Disorders: Physiology, Psychology, and Treatment of Obesity, Anorexia, and Bulimia

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SUBJECT INDEX
Abnormal normal weight control syndrome, 389
Abortion, 362
Acanthosis nigricans, 27
Activity diary, 55-56
Adipocytes, see Fat cells
Adolescence: affective disorders in, 274; anorexia nervosa in, 234, 241, 270, 303, 331, 336; body dissatisfaction in, 368; bulimia in, 371, 396, 480; constructions of adult female role in, 481; family conflict in, 432; obesity in, see Adolescent obesity; schizophrenia in, 274; sociocultural pressures in, 433
Adolescent obesity: educational disadvantages of, 37; locus of control and, 102; treatment of, 165, 173, 175; very-low-calorie diet for, 204
Adrenal function: in anorexia nervosa, 257; in obesity, 32-33
Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH), 33
Aerobic exercise: for obese children, 166, 172; weight-loss maintenance and, 191
Aerobic Nutrition (Mannerberg and Roth), 125, 136, 137
Affective disorders: anorexia nervosa and, 240, 270, 272-73; bulimia as, 374-76, 395, 397-98· 407, 429-30, 465
African tribes, 354
Aging, set point change with, 74
Agoraphobia, 362, 375
Alcoholics Anonymous, 218
Alcoholism: bulimia and, 269, 270, 360, 396; exposure and response prevention in treatment of, 454; treatment programs for, 193
Alexithymia, 343, 347
Alkalosis: hypokalemic, 252; metabolic, 254, 382; sialodenosis and, 381
Ambivalence, exploration of, 386-87
Amenorrhea: in affective disorders, 274; in anorexia nervosa, 237, 248, 255-57, 267, 277, 279, 283, 329, 334, 338, 360; in bulimia, 360, 380; in Simmonds' disease, 267; on very‐ low-calorie diet, 205
American Cancer Society Study, 11-12, 24
American Journal of Psychiatry,370
Amherst, University of Massachusetts at, 126
Amygdalectomy, 383
Amylase elevations, 380-81
Androgynous body style, 369, 370
Android obesity, 20, 88
Androstenedione, 34
Anemia, 407
Animal obesities, 76-80
Anorexia nervosa: affective disorders and, 240, 270, 272-73; ambivalent role of therapist in treatment of, 329-30; assessment of, 406, 407; assessment of beliefs in, 310; attitudes to shape and weight in, 394; atypical, 349; biological models of, 242; bulimia in, see Bulimia; cardiopulmonary complications of, 253; central nervous system dysfunction in, 255; characteristics of, 331; classification of, 238-39; cognitive therapy for, 301-18; and continuum of weight-preoccupied women, 270-72; descriptive and psychopathological factors in, 237-38; diagnosis of, 334; diagnostic conceptualizations of, 266-80; diagnostic criteria for, 276-79; endocrine complications of, 255-57; epidemiology of, 240-42, 270‐ 71 ; family systems models of, 243; fluid and electrolyte complications of, 255; gastrointestinal complications of, 250-52; hematological and immunological complications of, 253-54; heterogeneity of, 268-70; historical antecedents of, 231-37; hospitalization for, 309-10, 333, 335-45; hypothalamic regulation in, 257-58; hysteria and, 268, 274-75; incidence of, 241; laboratory abnormalities in, 249; long-term course of, 288-89; long-term physiological consequences of, 360; in males, 297, 334; as maturational crisis, 477, 478, 480; meal planning in treatment of, 308; medical complications of, 249; metabolic abnormalities in, 248-50; "me-too," 331; minimum weight for outpatient treatment of, 307; mortality rate for, 288-89; motivation for treatment of, 304-6; as nonspecific syndrome, 275-76; normalization of eating

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