Animal Models of Eating Disorders [E-Book]/ edited by Nicole M. Avena.
Avena, Nicole M.
Totowa, NJ : Humana Press, 2013
XVI, 379 p. 76 illus., 10 illus. in color. digital.
Neuromethods ; 74
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Binge Eating, Bulimia Nervosa, and Hedonic Overeating
  • Binge-Prone vs. Binge-Resistant Rats and Their Concomitant Behavioral Profiles
  • Binge Eating in Female Rats Induced by Yo-Yo Dieting and Stress
  • Binge-Type Eating Induced by Limited Access to Optional Foods
  • Assessment of Stress-Independent Binge-Like Eating Behavior in Mice
  • Predicting and Classifying Rats Prone to Overeating Fat
  • Modeling Binge Eating in Non-Human Primates
  • Psychosocial Stress and Diet History Promote Emotional Feeding in Female Rhesus Monkeys
  • Stressful Experiences in Early Life and Subsequent Food Intake
  • Sham Feeding in Rats Translates Into Modified Sham Feeding in Women with Bulimia Nervosa and Purging
  • Animal Models of Binge Eating Palatable Foods: Emergence of Addiction-Like Behaviors and Brain Changes in the Rat
  • Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Binge Eating: Mechanisms and Preclinical Models
  • Saccharin Preference in Rats: Relation to Impulsivity and Drug Abuse
  • Food Seeking in Spite of Harmful Consequences
  • Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating
  • Food Restriction and Reward in Rats
  • Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat
  • Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms
  • Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up
  • The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction
  • Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry..