Exercise, appetite, and energy balance: The interactions between energy expenditure and intake, and the implications for weight management
Whybrow, Stephen, Stubbs, R. James, & King, Neil A. (2011) Exercise, appetite, and energy balance: The interactions between energy expenditure and intake, and the implications for weight management. In Preedy, Victor R., Martin, Colin R., & Ross-Watson, Ronald Ross (Eds.) Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition. Springer-Verlag New York Inc., New York, United States of America, pp. 1569-1584.
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This book disseminates current information pertaining to the modulatory effects of foods and other food substances on behavior and neurological pathways and, importantly, vice versa. This ranges from the neuroendocrine control of eating to the effects of life-threatening disease on eating behavior. The importance of this contribution to the scientific literature lies in the fact that food and eating are an essential component of cultural heritage but the effects of perturbations in the food/cognitive axis can be profound. The complex interrelationship between neuropsychological processing, diet, and behavioral outcome is explored within the context of the most contemporary psychobiological research in the area. This comprehensive psychobiology- and pathology-themed text examines the broad spectrum of diet, behavioral, and neuropsychological interactions from normative function to occurrences of severe and enduring psychopathological processes
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|Item Type:||Book Chapter|
|Additional Information:||Keywords » Anorexia - Behavioral aspects of food and diet - Bulimia - Diet - Diet and cognitive function - Eating Disorder - Failure to Thrive - Feeding - Food Choice - Food and the Senses - Neuropsychology of food and diet - Nutrition and brain growth - Nutrition-gene interactions - Phobias - breast feeding - dysphasia - eating behavior - emotional eating - food phobias - food qualities - high-carbohydrate diet - high-fat diet - nutrition - obesity - weight control Table of contents 1. General, normative aspects and overviews.- 1.1 General and normative aspects: evolutionary and genetic.- 1.2 General and normative aspects: sensory.- 1.3 General and normative: endocrine and neuroendocrine.- 1.4 General and normative aspects: neurological.- 1.5 General and normative aspects: behavioural and psychological.- 1.6 General and normative aspects: physiological.- 1.7 General and normative aspects: feeding and eating.- 1.8 General and normative aspects: food choice, selection and preferences .- 1.9 General and normative aspects: appetite.- 1.10 General and normative aspects: fatty acids .- 2. Pathological and abnormal aspects.- 2.1 Pathology and abnormal aspects: genetic.- 2.2 Pathology and abnormal aspects: sensory.- 2.3 Pathology and abnormal aspects: endocrine and neuroendocrine.- 2.4 Pathology and abnormal aspects: neurological.- 2.5 Pathology and abnormal aspects: behavioural and psychological.- 2.6 Pathology and abnormal aspects: physiological.- 2.7 Pathology and abnormal aspects: feeding and eating.- 2.8 Pathology and abnormal aspects: food choice, selection and preferences .- 2.9 Pathology and abnormal aspects: appetite .- 2.10 Pathology and abnormal aspects: lipids.- 2.11 Pathology and abnormal aspects: miscellaneous topics .- 3. Specific conditions and diseases.- 3.1 Pregnancy.- 3.2 Developmental, children and adolescents.- 3.3 Starvation and nutrient deficiency .- 3.4 Anorexia nervosa.- 3.5 Bulimia nervosa and night eating syndrome.- 3.6 Metabolic syndrome and non-obese-overweight.- 3.7 Obesity .- 3.8 Diabetes.- 3.9 Nutrient excess and toxicity .- 3.10 Ageing and Dementia.- 3.11 Alcohol.- 3.12 Quality of Life.- 3.13 Body image.- 4. Changing eating behaviour and attitudes.- 4.1 The young and adolescents.- 4.2 Adults and the elderly.- 4.3 Other general or specific conditions .- 5. Selective methods|
|Keywords:||Exercise, Weight Management, Obesity, Appetite|
|ISBN:||978-0-387-92270-6; e-ISBN 978-0-387-92271-3|
|Subjects:||Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES (110000) > HUMAN MOVEMENT AND SPORTS SCIENCE (110600) > Exercise Physiology (110602)
Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES (110000) > HUMAN MOVEMENT AND SPORTS SCIENCE (110600) > Human Movement and Sports Science not elsewhere classified (110699)
|Divisions:||Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Faculty of Health
Current > Institutes > Institute of Health and Biomedical Innovation
Current > Schools > School of Exercise & Nutrition Sciences
|Copyright Owner:||© Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2011|
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|Deposited On:||03 Sep 2010 06:00|
|Last Modified:||15 Dec 2011 03:47|
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