Executive Function in Eating Disorders: The Role of State Anxiety
Volume 46, Issue 4
Total CE Credit Hours: 1
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102007
About the Course:
We examined the influence of depression and anxiety on executive function in individuals with a DSM-IV diagnosis of anorexia nervosa – restricting type (ANR), anorexia nervosa – binge-eating/purging type (ANB), bulimia nervosa (BN), or eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS).
Wiley Interscience Journal, International Journal of Eating Disorders
Rebecca L. Billingsley-Marshall, PhD; Michael R. Basso, PhD; Brian C. Lund, PharmD; Elsa R. Hernandez, PhD; Craig L. Johnson, PhD; Wayne C. Drevets, MD; Patrick A. McKee, MD; William R. Yates, MD
This course is recommended for psychologists, social workers, and counselors who seek knowledge about cognitive and psychiatric dimensions of eating disorders.
Identify co-morbid psychiatric diagnoses typically associated with eating disorders.
Explain the importance of anxiety to executive function in eating disorders.
Cite limitations inherent in current research on executive function in individuals with eating disorders and identify important topics for future investigation.
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