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100 1  Vandereycken, Walter 
245 10 Anorexia Nervosa :|bA Clinician's Guide to Treatment 
264  1 Berlin/Boston :|bDe Gruyter, Inc.,|c1984 
264  4 |c©1984 
300    1 online resource (268 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- Preface -- List of tables -- List of figures -- 
       List of appendices -- 1. How can a reliable diagnosis be 
       made? -- 1.1. The spectrum of eating disorders -- 1.2. 
       Diagnostic criteria -- 1.3. Differential diagnosis -- 1.4.
       Behavioral assessment -- 1.4.1. The clinical interview -- 
       1.4.2. Assessment instruments -- 1.5. Conclusion -- 2. 
       What are the causes ? -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. The 
       psychodynamic perspective -- 2.3. The systems theory 
       approach -- 2.4. The sociocultural interpretation -- 2.5. 
       The biological point of view -- 2.6. The cognitive-
       behavioristic model -- 2.6.1. Cognitive deficits -- 2.6.2.
       Body image disorders -- 2.6.3. The false problem solving 
       strategy -- 2.7. Conclusion -- 3. Is prevention possible ?
       -- 3.1. Introduction -- 3.2. Epidemiology -- 3.3. The 
       culture of slenderness -- 3.4. The upper/middle-class 
       family -- 3.5. The adolescent-at-risk -- 3.6. Towards 
       early detection -- 3.7. Conclusion -- 4. What should be 
       done at the acute stage ? -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. 
       Emergency cases -- 4.3. Refeeding -- 4.4. Feeding or 
       treating -- 4.5. Conclusion -- 5. When is outpatient 
       treatment possible ? -- 5.1. Resistance and motivation -- 
       5.2. Criteria for admission -- 5.3. The step towards the 
       hospital -- 5.4. Outpatient approaches -- 5.5. Conclusion 
       -- 6. How should an inpatient treatment program be 
       structured ? -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Behavior 
       analysis and treatment planning -- 6.3. The short-term 
       perspective -- 6.4. The long-term perspective -- 6.4.1. 
       Changing body image -- 6.4.2. The group approach -- 6.4.3.
       The aftercare program -- 6.5. Conclusion -- 7. Are drugs 
       useful ? -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. The patient's 
       attitude -- 7.3. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) -- 7.4. 
       Psychosurgery -- 7.5. Pharmacotherapy -- 7.5.1. 
       Neuroleptics -- 7.5.2. Antidepressants -- 7.5.3. Appetite 
       regulators -- 7.5.4. Miscellaneous 
505 8  7.6. Conclusion -- 8. Has the family to be treated ? -- 
       8.1. Protection or confrontation ? -- 8.2. The balance 
       between authority and autonomy -- 8.3. The family-oriented
       systems approach -- 8.4. Working with instead of against 
       the family -- 8.5. The family of the hospitalized patient 
       -- 8.6. Parent groups -- 8.7. Conclusion -- 9. How should 
       specific problems be handled ? -- 9.1. Amenorrhea, 
       infertility, and contraception -- 9.2. Bulimia -- 9.3. 
       Vomiting and abuse of laxatives/diuretics -- 10. Who is 
       the best therapist ? -- 10.1. To treat or not to treat -- 
       10.2. Competition and specialization -- 10.2.1. Therapy 
       models -- 10.2.2. Treatment settings -- 10.2.3. Therapist 
       factors -- 10.2.4. Self-help -- 10.3. Pitfalls during 
       treatment -- 10.3.1. Detrimental therapist reactions -- 
       10.3.2. Therapeutic traps and team work in the hospital --
       10.4. Conclusion -- 11. When can the patient be said to 
       have recovered ? -- 11.1. The significance of follow-up 
       investigations -- 11.2. The long-term course of anorexia 
       nervosa -- 11.3. Conclusion -- About the authors 
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