Body Image, Eating Disorders, and Obesity in Youth:Assessment, Prevention, and Treatment
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Pullingthetrigger® Body Image Problems and Body Dysmorphic Disorder:The Definitive Survival and Recovery Approach Annemarie OConnor, Chloe Catchpole, Lauren Callaghan
Developing Images: Mind Development, Hallucinations and All Mind Disorders Including Autism: P. M. Best
Linda Smolak is Emerita Professor of Psychology at Kenyon College. She has authored, co-authored, or co-edited eight books, including Body Image: A Handbook of Science, Practice, and Prevention (edited with Thomas E. Cash, 2012) and The Prevention of Eating Problems and Eating Disorders: Theory, Research, and Practice (with Michael P. Levine, 2006). An Associate Editor for Body Image: An International Journal of Research , she has also published dozens of research articles and chapters on body image and disordered eating. Michael P. Levine is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at Kenyon College. He is co-editor of Preventing Eating-Related and Weight-Related Disorders: Collaborative Research, Advocacy, and Policy Change (with Gail L. McVey, Nina Piran, & H. Bruce Ferguson, 2012) and co-author of The Prevention of Eating Problems and Eating Disorders: Theory, Research, and Practice (with Linda Smolak, 2006). The 2013 recipient of the Nielsen Award for Lifetime Achievement from the Founders Council of the National Eating Disorders Association, Dr. Levine is also a Fellow of the Academy of Eating Disorders, which awarded him their Meehan-Hartley Award for Leadership in Public Awareness and Advocacy in 2006, and their Research-Practice Partnership Award in 2008.
The skin is colored by a blend of pigments, which form part of a complex and highly regulated process. Pigmentary defects normally present with dyschromia and can be caused by genetic defects, systemic disease, inflammatory processes, metabolic defects, infections, tumors, or toxic or iatrogenic causes. This atlas is an extensive text written by key opinion leaders within dermatology, it has a comprehensive format that guides the reader through the epidemiology, pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and differential diagnosis of both common and rare pigmentary disorders. It illustrates the diagnosis and recognition of pigmentary disorders with a wide range of images. Thierry Passeron, MD, PhD, is a Professor of Dermatology at the University of Hospital of Nice, France. After his medical training Professor Passeron specialized in Dermatology in Nice University Hospital. From 2005 to 2007, he worked in the laboratory of Dr Vincent J Hearing at the National Institute of Health, National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, US, and characterized the role of SOX9 in melanocytes and in melanoma. Since 2010, he is full Professor of Dermatology at the University Hospital of Nice, France. Professor Passeron also heads the laboratory INSERM U1065 team 12, C3M, dedicated to the study of molecular mechanisms involved in pigmentation and melanoma and the University laser center. Currently, he has four international patents and more than 150 publications in scientific journals (h-index 30). His fields of research include pigmentary disorders, melanoma, and lasers.