Animal Models of Eating Disorders

 
 
Springer (Verlag)
  • 2. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. am 16. Oktober 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 435 Seiten
978-1-0716-0923-1 (ISBN)
 

This second edition volume expands on the previous edition with discussions on the latest techniques and animal models used to study eating disorders, and the characterizations of behaviors and neurochemical alterations associated with them. Chapters in this book cover different contributing factors of eating disorders and explore topics such as highlight processed food and binge eating; predicting and classifying rates prone to overeating fat; artificial sweeteners in animal models of binge eating; clinical and preclinical bariatric surgery approaches to studying obesity; anorexia and undereating; and food-anticipatory activity in rat models and its underlying mechanisms. In the Neuromethods series style, chapters include the kind of detail and key advice from the specialists needed to get successful results in your laboratory.

Cutting-edge and practical, Animal Models of Eating Disorders, Second Edition is a valuable resource for any researchers interested in learning more about this important and developing field.

2021
  • Englisch
  • New York, NY
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  • USA
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • 41 s/w Abbildungen, 24 farbige Abbildungen, 24 farbige Tabellen
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  • 24 Tables, color; 24 Illustrations, color; 41 Illustrations, black and white; 435 p. 65 illus., 24 illus. in color.
  • Höhe: 254 mm
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  • Breite: 178 mm
978-1-0716-0923-1 (9781071609231)
10.1007/978-1-0716-0924-8
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Series Preface... Preface... Foreword... Table of Contents... Contributing Authors... 1. Highly Processed Food and Binge Eating Ashley Gearhardt 2. The Binge Eating Prone/Binge Eating Resistant Animal Model: A Valuable Tool for Examining Neurobiological Underpinnings of Binge Eating Natasha Fowler, Nicollette Russell, Cheryl L. Sisk, Alexander W. Johnson, and Kelly L. Klump 3. Food Seeking in Spite of Harmful Consequences Rossella Ventura, Lucy Babicola, Diego Andolina, Enrico Patrono, and Matteo Di Segni 4. Assessment of Binge-Like Eating Behavior in Mice Utilizing a Weekly Intermittent Access Paradigm Tiffany Tang, Natalie Barker, James Krantz, Alysia Polito, Petr Telensky, Michael A. Statnick, and Traci Czyzyk 5. Predicting and Classifying Rats Prone to Overeating Fat Jessica R. Barson, Irene Morganstern, and Sarah F. Leibowitz 6. Psychosocial Stress and Diet History Promote Emotional Feeding in Female Rhesus Monkeys Vasiliki Michopoulos, Kelly Ethun, and Mark E. Wilson 7. Artificial Sweeteners in Animal Models of Binge Eating Gaelle Awad, Katia Befort, and Mary C. Olmstead 8. Intermittent, Extended Access Rodent Models of Compulsive Eating Eric P. Zorrilla, Alison D. Kreisler, and Samantha R. Spierling 9. Animal Models of Binge Eating: Hedonic Feeding and Alcohol Intake Julianna N. Brutman, Sunil Sirohi, and Jon F. Davis 10. Animal Models of Binge Eating Palatable Foods: Emergence of Addiction-Like Behaviors and Brain Changes in the Rat Miriam E. Bocarsly and Nicole M. Avena 11. Clinical and Preclinical Bariatric Surgery Approaches to Studying Obesity Panayotis K. Thanos, Abdulraouf Lamoshi, Amanda Nubelo, John Hamilton, Artur Chernoguz, Aaron B. Hoffman, Teresa Quattrin, and Carroll Harmon 12. Preference for Palatable Food, Impulsivity, and Relation to Drug Addiction in Rats Marilyn E. Carroll, Natalie E. Zlebnick, and Nathan A. Holtz 13. Impact of a History of Caloric Restriction and a Frustration Stress Manipulation on Binge-Like Eating Behavior in Female Rats: Preclinical Results Maria Vittoria Micioni Di Bonaventura, Emanuela Micioni Di Bonaventura, Luca Botticelli, and Carlo Cifani 14. Anorexia and Undereating Guido K.W. Frank 15. Activity-Based Anorexia, An Animal Model of Anorexia Nervosa for Investigating Brain Plasticity Underlying the Gain of Resilience Chiye Aoki 16. The Anorectic Phenotype of the anx/anx Mouse is Associated with Hypothalamic Dysfunction Ida A.K. Nilsson, Tomas Hökfelt, and Martin Schalling 17. Exploring the Neural Underpinnings of an Antidepressant and Rewarding Action of Early Anorexia Valérie Compan 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms Roger A.H. Adan 19. In Search for Perfection: An Activity-Based Rodent Model of Anorexia Magdalena Kurnik-Lucka, Kamil Skowron, and Krzysztof Gil Subject Index List...

This second edition volume expands on the previous edition with discussions on the latest techniques and animal models used to study eating disorders, and the characterizations of behaviors and neurochemical alterations associated with them. Chapters in this book cover different contributing factors of eating disorders and explore topics such as highlight processed food and binge eating; predicting and classifying rates prone to overeating fat; artificial sweeteners in animal models of binge eating; clinical and preclinical bariatric surgery approaches to studying obesity; anorexia and undereating; and food-anticipatory activity in rat models and its underlying mechanisms. In the Neuromethods series style, chapters include the kind of detail and key advice from the specialists needed to get successful results in your laboratory.
Cutting-edge and practical, Animal Models of Eating Disorders, Second Edition is a valuable resource for any researchers interested in learning more about this important and developing field.

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