Book Review : "The Psychology of Eating : From Healthy to Disordered Behaviour"
Hepworth, Julie (2004) Book Review : "The Psychology of Eating : From Healthy to Disordered Behaviour". Journal of Health Psychology, 9(4), pp. 617-620.
WHEN JANE Ogden embarked on writing a book about the psychology of eating I wonder whether she realized the enormity of the task given the breadth of research literature in this field. Through a series of 12 closely related chapters on eating, health, food choice, dieting, obesity, body image, eating disorders and others, an extensive range of areas of the psychology of eating is covered. As well as these areas, included within each chapter is a discussion of the significance of historical, cultural, social and familial factors, theoretical approaches and empirical data in the understanding of the multifaceted problems related to eating. At the end of each chapter there is a box entitled ‘Towards an integrated model of diet’ that links the content with that of the following chapters...
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