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Anorexia Nervosa

A 5 page paper on anorexia discussing occurrence, frequency, onset, the relationship between MHPG and depression in patients with anorexia, psychosocial development, and more. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Factors Contributing To The Incidence Of Anorexia Nervosa

A 12 page paper discussing cognitive and cultural factors which affect development of anorexia nervosa . Bibliography lists 17 sources.

Case Study On Anorexia Nervosa

Mental health and mental disorders have became one of the priorities within the health care industry. Specific age-related categories such as adolescents and young adults have been targeted for increased research and expanded services. Eating disorders among adolescents are a serious health problem and interest in the eating-disorder population has increased significantly in the past decade. This 13 page paper presents a case study of a young woman presenting with anorexia nervosa. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Anorexia Nervosa: Manifestations and Implications in Males Verses Females

A 5 page discussion of the manifestations and implications of this eating disorder. Emphasizes that while the condition is typically associated with females, it affects males as well. Provides statistics as to its occurrence as well as information on its causes, symptoms, and long term impacts. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

A Comparison of the Psychological Processes and Behavioral Manifestations of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa

An 18 page discussion of the etiologies and causes of these types of eating disorders. Describes each condition noting the frequency of its occurrence. Emphasizes that the impact of these conditions can range from maladaptive social behavior to severe physical consequence, even death. Differences in cognitive processing mechanisms are believed to exist between those that suffer from conditions such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa and the general population. While anorexia is ego-syntonic from the cognitive perspective, bulimia is ego-dystonic. Both conditions, however, involve negative automatic thoughts, dysfunctional assumptions and core beliefs. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

Restoration of the Spirit as the Primary Element in the Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa in Female Patients

This 150 page paper outlines a dissertation on the restoration of the spirit as the primary element in the treatment of patients with anorexia nervosa. This paper considers the overall problem of eating disorders in general and the impact that alternative treatment options, including natural health perspectives, have on the development of successful treatment for anorexia nervosa. Bibliography lists 30 sources.


This 7 page paper details the proposed outline for a research study on anorexia in the black American. Proposed research studies are cited, suggested and methodolgy is outlined. Assumed conclusions are offered. All examples quoted from current studies and cited. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Anorexia Nervosa

In five pages this overview defines anorexia, identifies its causes and symptoms, and considers how it can be treated. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

Anorexia Nervosa and Young Men

In six pages this paper examines the various issues associated with the rarely researched phenomenon of young men who suffer from anorexia nervosa. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

Anorexia Nervosa: Definition, Those Affected, Symptoms, Physical and Psychological Effects, and Treatments

This is a 10 page paper discussing all the aspects of anorexia nervosa. Anorexia nervosa is a eating disorder which is a considered the refusal by an individual to maintain normal body weight but instead loses weight either by diet, exercise or purging with an attempt to obtain an ideal body weight; however, the individual never has the perception of reaching that ideal weight. Anorexia causes severe physical damage and in many cases may result in death. The largest portion of the population affected by anorexia is teenage girls and if untreated can lead to a 20% morality rate. Treatment of the disease decreases the mortality rate to 1 to 2% but treatment is a difficult and long process. While 60% of those treated enjoy a full recovery, 20% continue with the disease and the other 20% relapse back into the disease. Treatments proven to be the most successful are those which combine elements of hospitalization, psychological counseling on individual, group, family and support levels and some pharmacological treatments to decrease depression. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

An Analysis of the Eating Disorder Inventory Test:

This 5 pape paper discusses the EDI-2 and its use as a tool in assessing eating disorders such as bulimia and anorexia nervosa. This paper offers an in-depth description of the test, its norm group, scales and sub-scales, comparison to the MMPI, and more. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

A Qualitative Look at Cognitive Behavioral Therapy versus Family Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa

This is a 9 page paper using a qualitative approach to study cognitive behavioral therapy versus family therapy for treatment of anorexia nervosa. A qualitative study of cognitive behavioral therapy versus family therapy for treatment of anorexia nervosa includes various non-experimental components. Firstly, a statement of the problem introduces the prevalence of anorexia and the need for successful treatment in this disease which claims over 10 percent of those diagnosed. The statement of the problem is then followed by the purpose for the study, if any assumptions can be made and a qualitative review of the current methods of therapies. Several therapies have been used in the treatment of patients with anorexia which includes cognitive behavioral therapy, individual and group therapy, family therapy and pharmacotherapy as well as nutritional counseling. In this study, an assessment of the effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy and that of family therapy are examined through a comparative view of current literature. Bibliography lists 23 sources.

Biological Connection To Anorexia Nervosa

10 pages in length. Long considered a condition influenced solely by psychological, physiological and environmental factors, researchers now believe there is a definite biological connection involved with anorexia nervosa. Findings indicate a difference in brain blood flow patterns, which carries a direct impact upon the way in which those suffering with anorexia nervosa are diagnosed and ultimately treated. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

Anorexia Nervosa And Bulimia Nervosa

This 4 page paper looks at anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa discussing the definition, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

Anorexia Nervosa (Case Study Analysis)

This 5 page paper provides an overview of the condition through examining the life of a 16 year old who suffers from it. The case study presented is fictitious. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Incest: Causes and Impacts

A 12 page overview of incest, its causes and impacts. The author defines incest, explores the underlying motivations, and assesses its long term psychological impact on children. Considerable attention is paid to the link between incestual sexual abuse, post traumatic stress disorder, and eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Bibliography lists 17 sources.

Eating Disorders

A 10 page paper examining ' eating disorders.' The sub-categories of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating are defined; physical, psychological and behavioral modification techniques are discussed. Listed treatment is not gender based. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

The Adherence to Medication: Calcium and Vitamin D Supplementation for Females with Eating Disorders: An Assessment of the Implications for Osteoporosis

This 15 page paper provides an overview of a quantitative study of adherence to calcium and vitamin D supplementation in populations of young females with eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa. This paper outlines the nature of the problem, reviews of the current literature, and suggests a methodology for the study of this population. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

Eating Disorders & Residential Treatment

A 5 page paper in which the writer provides an overview of the common inpatient treatments for eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa and bulimia. This paper suggests a multi-disciplinary approach and demonstrates the increasing focus on drug treatment for these disorders. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Women and Eating Disorders

11 pages in length. Discusses frequency of eating disorders in women. The writer examines causes, prevention, treatment, and compares Anorexia Nervosa with Bulimia. Statistics and case examples are provided throughout. Bibliography lists 17+ sources.

Are Homosexual Men More Vulnerable to Eating Disorders than Heterosexual Men? A Research Proposal

This 20 page research proposal considers the question of whether homosexual men are more vulnerable to eating disorders (e.g. bulimia, anorexia nervosa) than heterosexual men, with the primary assertion being that homosexual men are more vulnerable to eating disorders. This paper provides an overview of the current literature which sets a theoretical basis for this argument. This proposed study also demonstrates the use of a survey of homosexual men and a comparative heterosexual population in order to determine the outcomes. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

The Problem of Anorexia in College Populations

This 8 page paper provides an overview of the problem of anorexia nervosa and the impact for college women. This paper outlines the problem, including long-term health threats. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

Anorexia: A Mental and Physical Disease

5 pages in length. Describes the causes and symptoms of Anorexia Nervosa as well as those who are most prone to suffer from the disease. During the past decade the prevalence of eating disorders has increased among teenage and college-age American women. This increase is probably caused in part by societyís idea of the ideal woman as being overly thin in order to be beautiful. Adolescence is an intense time and is normally a time of physical changes as well as psychological changes. Females in particular seem to experience stress that is not experienced by their male peers. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Treating Behaviors Associated with Bulimia Nervosa

7 pages. This paper will explain the use of cognitive behavior therapy in the treatment of Bulimia Nervosa. Subject is a fifteen year old female. Included are the goals of treatment, the treatment objectives, and the methodology used in the treatment of the disease of Bulimia Nervosa. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Anorexia in Atwood and Hanauer

A five page paper comparing and contrasting Cathi Hanauer's treatment of the issue of anorexia in 'My Sister's Bones' with that of Margaret Atwood in 'The Edible Woman.' The paper concludes that both authors show how anorexia is reflected in issues of patriarchal power, although Atwood looks at it more from the standpoint of the individualís relationship to society, and Hanauer, from the standpoint of the individualís relationship to family and self.Bibliography lists four sources.

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