|Author:||James I. Hudson,Harrison G. Jr. M.D. Pope|
|Subcategory:||Medicine & Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Amer Psychiatric Pub Inc; Illustrated edition edition (January 1, 1988)|
|Other formats:||azw docx lit lrf|
Psychobiology of Bulimia book.
Psychobiology of Bulimia book. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Psychobiology of Bulimia.
The British Journal of Psychiatry. The Psychobiology of Bulimia. Washington: American Psychiatric Press. Medical Aspects of Anorexia Nervosa. By S. Bhanji and D. Matttngly.
Pope, Harrison G. and Hudson, James I. 1991. The International Journal of Psychiatry in Medicine, Vol. 21, Issue. The Lancet, Vol. 337, Issue.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780880481397. Release Date:April 1988.
The psychobiology of bulimia.
progress in self psychology. PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND THE BRAIN-MIND RELATIONSHIP Levy E. 537-538. 0. IMPORTANCE OF PSYCHIATRY Saravay .
It was established in 1977.
It was established in 1977 as Progress in logy, obtaining its current name in 1982. It is published eight times per year by Elsevier.
Harrison G. PopeJr Hudson . 1999) Pharmacologic Therapy of Bulimia Nervosa.
Part of the Nutrition ◊ and ◊ Health book series (NH). Pharmacologic therapy is used increasingly in the management of patients with bulimia nervosa. Pope HG J. Hudson JI, Jonas JM, Yurgelun-Todd, D. Antidepressant treatment of bulimia: a two-year follow-up study. J Clin Psychopharmacol 1985; 5: 320–327. Nutrition ◊ and ◊ Health. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ.
However, little progress has been made not only in understanding these .
However, little progress has been made not only in understanding these issues but also in raising fundamental questions central to the problem.
Harrison Pope's Psychology Astray is a "model of clear thinking and clear exposition. It outlines the pitfalls of epidemiology such as confounding causes: post hoc does not mean propter hoc-two correlated events may have a common cause, such as genetic factors
Harrison Pope's Psychology Astray is a "model of clear thinking and clear exposition. It outlines the pitfalls of epidemiology such as confounding causes: post hoc does not mean propter hoc-two correlated events may have a common cause, such as genetic factors. To clarify his argument, he analyzes widely held but mistaken popular and medical myths: for example, that salt is bad for you, that power lines damage the body, and that schizophrenia is caused by bad upbringing.