Developing An Evidence-based Classification Of Eating Disorders: Scientific Findings For Dsm-5
Developing an Evidence-based Classification of Eating Disorders: Scientific Findings for Dsm-5
The development, organization, and imminent release of DSM-5 have been the occasion of much research, analysis, synthesis, and publishing across the psychiatric classifications, including eating disorders. Over the last 5 years, eating disorder investigators from around the world have come together in a series of workshops and meetings to tackle complex and critical issues related to diagnosis, including the category of eating disorders not otherwise specified, the definition of binge eating, the latent structure of eating disorder diagnoses, eating and feeding disorders in children, the impact of culture on eating disorder classification, and the diagnostic utility and validity of the binge eating disorder, purging disorder, and night eating syndrome. Developing an Evidence-Based Classification of Eating Disorders: Scientific Findings for DSM-5 is the product of those discussions, which have had a profound impact on the ultimate recommendations for the DSM-5 eating disorders. Rigorous in its scholarship and fascinating in its findings, this book is an indispensible guide to the latest research in the field, as well as an informative preview of DSM-5.
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|Author||Ruth H. Striegel-moore|
|Publisher||American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.|
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