New Ideas About Eating Disorders

Human Emotions and the Hunger Drive

  • Charles T. Stewart
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This text provides a description and analysis of play and its use in helping young children to reach their potential. It is aimed at professionals working with young children with special educational needs and from a range of cultural and linguistic backgrounds. The authors have sought to make sense of play from theoretical and practical sources to promote an interactive perspective. Included in the book is the authors' model of Play Based Assessment, a framework that can be used to assess and mediate children's learning and development.
Beebe, Foreword. Introduction: A Crash Course in Affect Theory. How Emotions Condition the Hunger-satiety Drive: Affect-drive Complexes. Thriving and Not Thriving During Earliest Infancy: Parent-infant Bonding. A New View of the Aetiology of Anorexia and Bulimia: Dissociation of the Hunger-satiety Drive. A Life Dominated by Shame: Pierre Janet's Case of Anorexia: Nadia. Healing Regression to the First Three Months of Life: Marguerite Sechehaye and her Patient Renee. The Bulimia - Anorexia Syndrome and Suicide: Ludwig Binswanger's Case of Ellen West. Psychological Treatment of Eating Disorders: "Solve et Coagula". A Longitudinal Study of Anorexia Nervosa: Sylvia Brody's Subject Helen. Primary Prevention of Eating Disorders: Interest and Joy in Infancy.
Uitgavejaar 2012
ISBN 9781136625299
Verschijningsdatum 12 mrt. 2012
Omvang 144
Auteur(s) Charles T. Stewart
Bindwijze E-book
Taal Engels
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