101957: Eating patterns in youth with and without loss of control eating

Volume 45 Issue 8

About the Course:

To compare the characteristic meal patterns of adolescents with and without loss of control (LOC) eating episodes.


Wiley Interscience Journal, International Journal of Eating Disorders

Publication Date:

December 2012


Brittany E. Matheson, BS; Marian Tanofsky-Kraff, PhD; Sarah Shafer-Berger, PhD; Nicole M. Sedaka, BS; Mira Mooreville, BA; Samantha A. Reina, BA; Anna Vannucci, MS; Lauren B. Shomaker, PhD; Susan Z. Yanovski, MD; Jack A. Yanovski, MD, PhD

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for psychologists and pediatricians who seek knowledge about eating patterns in adolescents with excess body weight and disordered eating, specifically youth with reported loss of control (LOC) eating.

Course Objectives:

  1. Identify differences in meal and snack frequency between adolescents with and without reported LOC eating.

  2. Explain how eating patterns in adolescents with LOC eating may differ compared to the eating patterns of adults with binge eating.

  3. Demonstrate how eating patterns may impact the development of exacerbated eating and weight outcomes.

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