Body Image, Second Edition: A Handbook of Science, Practice, and Prevention (Revised)

Body Image Second Edition A Handbook of Science Practice and Prevention Revised The standard reference for practitioners researchers and students this acclaimed work brings together internationally recognized experts from diverse mental health medical and allied health care

  • Title: Body Image, Second Edition: A Handbook of Science, Practice, and Prevention (Revised)
  • Author: Linda Smolak Thomas F. Cash
  • ISBN: 9781283108973
  • Page: 229
  • Format: ebook
  • The standard reference for practitioners, researchers, and students, this acclaimed work brings together internationally recognized experts from diverse mental health, medical, and allied health care disciplines Contributors review established and emerging theories and findings probe questions of culture, gender, health, and disorder and present evidence based assessmenThe standard reference for practitioners, researchers, and students, this acclaimed work brings together internationally recognized experts from diverse mental health, medical, and allied health care disciplines Contributors review established and emerging theories and findings probe questions of culture, gender, health, and disorder and present evidence based assessment, treatment, and prevention approaches for the full range of body image concerns Capturing the richness and complexity of the field in a readily accessible format, each of the 53 concise chapters concludes with an informative annotated bibliography New to This Edition Addresses the most urgent current questions in the field Reflects significant advances in key areas assessment, body image in boys and men, obesity, illness related body image issues, and cross cultural research Conceptual Foundations section now incorporates evolutionary, genetic, and positive psychology perspectives Increased coverage of prevention.

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    1. What is Body ImageHow you view your body (weight, height, shape, etc.) does not necessarily depend on what your body really is. Many people, despite having normal weight and shape, still detest their body and are preoccupied with their perceived defects. On the contrary, many others who are born with defects (i.e congenital) take pride in the way they look and live their life with total confidence. While body refers to the objective, entire structure of a human being, body images entails our per [...]

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