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Disordered eating theories. Executive functioning theories. Cognitive deficits in obese persons with and without binge eating disorder. Investigation using a mental flexibility task. Research report a Cognitive Psychopathology and Neuropsychology Unit, Psychology Department, University of Geneva, Boulevard du Pont d’Arve, 40, CH-1205 Geneva, Switzerlandb Methodology and Data Analysis Unit, Psychology Department, University of Geneva, Switzerlandc Service of Therapeutic Patient Education for Chronic Diseases, University Hospital Geneva, Geneva, Switzerlandd Cognitive Psychopathology Unit, University of Liege, Belgium Received 3 February 2010, Revised 1 April 2011, Accepted 29 April 2011, Available online 8 May 2011 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.appet.2011.04.023 Get rights and content Abstract Objective: Studies suggest that cognitive deficits and attentional biases play a role in the development and maintenance of obesity and eating disorders.

Cognitive deficits in obese persons with and without binge eating disorder. Investigation using a mental flexibility task

Highlights Keywords Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. Mindfulness Moderates the Relationship Between Disordered Eating Cognitions and Disordered Eating Behaviors in a Non-Clinical College Sample. Academy for eating disorders position paper: Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses - Klump - 2008 - International Journal of Eating Disorders. Neuropsychological study of underweight and “weight-recovered” anorexia nervosa compared with bulimia nervosa and normal controls - Bosanac - 2007 - International Journal of Eating Disorders. PsycNET - Display Record. An Error Occurred Setting Your User Cookie. This site uses cookies to improve performance.

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Binge eating is associated with right orbitofrontal-insular-striatal atrophy in frontotemporal dementia. Articles J.

Binge eating is associated with right orbitofrontal-insular-striatal atrophy in frontotemporal dementia

D. Woolley, MD, PhD, M. -L. Systematic Review: Are Overweight and Obese Individuals Impaired on Behavioural Tasks of Executive Functioning? The Role of Cognitive Deficits in the Development of Eating Disorders. Executive functioning and behavioral impulsivity of young women who binge eat - Kelly - 2013 - International Journal of Eating Disorders. This study is one of few to investigate the neuropsychology of binge eating.19, 20, 22, 23 Although some research suggests that impairments in executive functioning play a role in binge eating,19, 20 outcomes are mixed22, 23 and are only generalizable to clinical samples meeting BED diagnostic criteria.

Executive functioning and behavioral impulsivity of young women who binge eat - Kelly - 2013 - International Journal of Eating Disorders

Yet, many individuals experience subclinical forms of BED,4, 6 and both subthreshold and threshold binge eating are associated with significant impairments in psychological functioning.9 Thus, utilizing a sample with subthreshold symptoms enhances the generalizability of outcomes. In addition, previous research19, 20, 22, 23 investigating executive functioning among individuals who binge eats has not controlled for the influence of comorbid psychopathology or BMI.

Controlling for these variables in this study provides a clearer picture of the association between executive functioning and binge eating. Executive Functioning Outcomes Behavioral Impulsivity Outcomes Clinical Implications. Genetic epidemiology, endophenotypes, and eating disorder classification - Bulik - 2007 - International Journal of Eating Disorders. Life History Strategy and Disordered Eating Behavior. Catherine Salmon⇑ A sample of female undergraduates completed a packet of questionnaires consisting of the Arizona Life History Battery, a modified version of the Eating Disorders Inventory, the Behavioral Regulation scales from the Behavior Rating Inventory of Executive Function, and two measures of Female Intrasexual Competitiveness that distinguished between competition for mates and competition for status.

Life History Strategy and Disordered Eating Behavior

Executive Functions Profile in Extreme Eating/Weight Conditions: From Anorexia Nervosa to Obesity. Abstract Background Extreme weight conditions (EWC) groups along a continuum may share some biological risk factors and intermediate neurocognitive phenotypes.

Executive Functions Profile in Extreme Eating/Weight Conditions: From Anorexia Nervosa to Obesity

A core cognitive trait in EWC appears to be executive dysfunction, with a focus on decision making, response inhibition and cognitive flexibility. Differences between individuals in these areas are likely to contribute to the differences in vulnerability to EWC. The aim of the study was to investigate whether there is a common pattern of executive dysfunction in EWC while comparing anorexia nervosa patients (AN), obese subjects (OB) and healthy eating/weight controls (HC).

Methods Thirty five AN patients, fifty two OB and one hundred thirty seven HC were compared using the Wisconsin Card Sorting Test (WCST); Stroop Color and Word Test (SCWT); and Iowa Gambling Task (IGT). Results There was a significant difference in IGT score (F(1.79); p<.001), with AN and OB groups showing the poorest performance compared to HC.

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Handbook of Self and Identity. Mark R.

Handbook of Self and Identity

Leary, PhD, is Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University. His research focuses on the processes by which people think about and evaluate themselves; the effects of self-reflection on emotion and psychological well-being; and how people are influenced by concerns about how they are perceived and evaluated by others. Sciencedirect. School of Psychology, Flinders University, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide, SA 5001, Australia Received 15 April 2005, Revised 24 October 2005, Accepted 28 October 2005, Available online 7 December 2005 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access.

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PsycNET - Display Record. Disordered Eating and ADD. ADHD and Disordered Eating John Fleming, Ph.D. and Lance Levy, M.B.

Disordered Eating and ADD

Published in Gender Issues and ADHD: Research, Diagnosis, and Treatment Edited by Patricia Quinn, M.D. and Kathleen Nadeau, Ph.D.2002, Advantage Books. Available at Addvance website www.addvance.com Reprinted by permission. ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN BINGE EATING AND EXECUTIVE FUNCTIONING AMONG. Executive Function Index (EFI) performance and risk factors for disordered eating. University of North Dakota, United States Received 5 February 2014, Accepted 21 August 2014, Available online 28 August 2014 Choose an option to locate/access this article: Check if you have access through your login credentials or your institution Check access doi:10.1016/j.eatbeh.2014.08.006 Get rights and content Abstract We examined Executive Function Index (EFI) performance in individuals at risk (n = 22) for an eating disorder, based on the SCANS criteria.

Executive Function Index (EFI) performance and risk factors for disordered eating

Keywords Executive function; Eating disorders; EFI; SCANS Copyright © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. Inside the Eating-Disordered Mind.

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