Eating Disorders and Obesity
Through the Life Course
Fernandez-Aranda, Fernando (editor)
Treasure, Janet (editor)
Lurbe, Empar (editor)
Due to the high prevalence of Eating Disorders (ED) and obesity over the life-spam and the increasing comorbidity between both conditions, the goal of this Special Issue, “Eating Disorders and Obesity: Through the Life Course”, was to approach that situation from a broader perspective. We would like to have multidisciplinary contributions, approaching ED and Obesity as potential continuum (eg. Anorexia nervosa and obesity as extreme dimensions), looking not only to shared and differential risk factors (environmental, temperamental, biological, nutritional and neuroendocrinological between ED and obesity), but also to epidemiological studies exploring transition from one to the other, through the life-course, and its impact on the treatment outcome. We were expecting to have systematic reviews and empirical studies (cross-sectional and longitudinal manuscripts), coming from all over the globe.
Keywordsbody mass index (BMI) profiles; eating disorders; obesity; treatment outcome; decision making; learning; sensitivity to reward; sensitivity to punishment; effortful control; bariatric surgery; binge eating disorder; food addiction; impulsivity; emotional eating; childhood trauma questionnaire; psychotherapy; childhood obesity; attrition rate; follow-up; success rate; metabolically healthy; weight discrimination; workplace bullying; burnout; sex-specific differences; moderated mediation; overweight; underweight; adolescents; mental health; psychopathology; quality of life; eating disorder risk; network analysis; anorexia nervosa; atypical psychedelics; esketamine; ketamine; narrative review; severe-enduring; treatment; cardiometabolic risk factors; hypertension; dyslipidemia; tracking phenomenon; nutrigenomics; anorexia; metabolomics; metabolic phenotype; metabolism; microbiota; mass spectrometry; children; dietary inflammatory index; food frequency questionnaire; inflammation; nutrient intake; compulsivity; cognitive flexibility; type 2 diabetes; novelty seeking; harm avoidance; fatty kidney; glomerulopathy; CKD; ESRD; COVID-19 lockdown; COVID-19 Isolation Eating Scale (CIES); eating symptoms; psychological impact; ghrelin; insulin resistance; leptin; adiponectin; leptin/adiponectin ratio; eating behavior; eating styles; cluster analysis approach; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023
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