Animal Models of Eating Disorders by Nicole M. AvenaAnimal Models of Eating Disorders by Nicole M. Avena

Animal Models of Eating Disorders

EditorNicole M. Avena

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The growth of the field of eating disorder research has led to a vast array of empirical articles, and the development of new animal models that can be used to study these disorders continues to stimulate new research.  Animal Models of Eating Disorders serves as a collection of detailed techniques contributed by experts in the field who are well-versed in the development and implementation of these models. Since eating disorders are complex and likely due to a combination of environmental, genetic, and social causes, the detailed chapters of this volume have been designed to highlight different contributing factors. Collectively, these chapters give a comprehensive and representative overview of both recently developed and classic methodologies used in the study of eating disorders.  Written for the popular Neuromethods series, this work contains the kind of thorough description and implementation advice that promises successful results. Authoritative and practical, Animal Models of Eating Disorders aims to aid researchers in the use of animal models to assist in their investigation and characterization of the behaviors and neurochemical alterations associated with these devastating disorders.
Title:Animal Models of Eating DisordersFormat:HardcoverDimensions:380 pages, 10 × 7.01 × 0.01 inPublished:September 23, 2012Publisher:Humana PressLanguage:English

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Part I: Binge Eating, Bulimia, and Hedonic Overeating 1. Introduction: Binge Eating, Bulimia Nervosa, and Hedonic Overeating            Sarah Shafer Berger and Marian Tanofsky-Kraff 2. Binge-Prone vs. Binge-Resistant Rats and Their Concomitant Behavioral Profiles            Mary M. Boggiano 3. Binge Eating in Female Rats Induced by Yo-Yo Dieting and Stress            Carlo Cifani, Maria Vittoria Micioni Di Bonaventura, Roberto Ciccocioppo, and Maurizio Massi 4. Binge-Type Eating Induced by Limited Access to Optional Foods            Rebecca L.W. Corwin and Francis H.E. Wojnicki 5. Assessment of Stress-Independent Binge-Like Eating Behavior in Mice            Traci A. Czyzyk, Jesline Alexander-Chacko, Joelle Dill, Dana K. Sindelar, Michael A. Statnick 6. Predicting and Classifying Rats Prone to Overeating Fat            Irene Morganstern, Jessica R. Barson, and Sarah F. Leibowitz 7. Modeling Binge Eating in Non-Human Primates            Richard W. Foltin 8. Psychosocial Stress and Diet History Promote Emotional Feeding in Female Rhesus Monkeys            Vasiliki Michopoulos, Carla Moore, and Mark E. Wilson 9. Stressful Experiences in Early Life and Subsequent Food Intake            Jeong Won Jahng 10. Sham Feeding in Rats Translates Into Modified Sham Feeding in Women with Bulimia Nervosa and Purging            Diane A. Klein and Gerard P. Smith 11. Animal Models of Binge Eating Palatable Foods: Emergence of Addiction-Like Behaviors and Brain Changes in the Rat            Miriam E. Bocarsly and Nicole M. Avena 12. Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Binge Eating: Mechanisms and Preclinical Models            Casey H. Halpern, Mark Attiah, and Tracy L. Bale 13. Saccharin Preference in Rats: Relation to Impulsivity and Drug Abuse            Marilyn E. Carroll, Natalie E. Zlebnik, and Nathan A. Holtz 14. Food Seeking in Spite of Harmful Consequences            Rossella Ventura, Emanuele Claudio Latagliata, Enrico Patrono, Matteo Di Segni, and Stefano Puglisi-Allegra Part II: Anorexia and Undereating 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo            Casey H. Halpern, Mark Attiah, and Tracy L. Bale 13. Saccharin Preference in Rats: Relation to Impulsivity and Drug Abuse            Marilyn E. Carroll, Natalie E. Zlebnik, and Nathan A. Holtz 14. Food Seeking in Spite of Harmful Consequences            Rossella Ventura, Emanuele Claudio Latagliata, Enrico Patrono, Matteo Di Segni, and Stefano Puglisi-Allegra Part II: Anorexia and Undereating 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo 4. Binge-Type Eating Induced by Limited Access to Optional Foods            Rebecca L.W. Corwin and Francis H.E. Wojnicki 5. Assessment of Stress-Independent Binge-Like Eating Behavior in Mice            Traci A. Czyzyk, Jesline Alexander-Chacko, Joelle Dill, Dana K. Sindelar, Michael A. Statnick 6. Predicting and Classifying Rats Prone to Overeating Fat            Irene Morganstern, Jessica R. Barson, and Sarah F. Leibowitz 7. Modeling Binge Eating in Non-Human Primates            Richard W. Foltin 8. Psychosocial Stress and Diet History Promote Emotional Feeding in Female Rhesus Monkeys            Vasiliki Michopoulos, Carla Moore, and Mark E. Wilson 9. Stressful Experiences in Early Life and Subsequent Food Intake            Jeong Won Jahng 10. Sham Feeding in Rats Translates Into Modified Sham Feeding in Women with Bulimia Nervosa and Purging            Diane A. Klein and Gerard P. Smith 11. Animal Models of Binge Eating Palatable Foods: Emergence of Addiction-Like Behaviors and Brain Changes in the Rat            Miriam E. Bocarsly and Nicole M. Avena 12. Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Binge Eating: Mechanisms and Preclinical Models            Casey H. Halpern, Mark Attiah, and Tracy L. Bale 13. Saccharin Preference in Rats: Relation to Impulsivity and Drug Abuse            Marilyn E. Carroll, Natalie E. Zlebnik, and Nathan A. Holtz 14. Food Seeking in Spite of Harmful Consequences            Rossella Ventura, Emanuele Claudio Latagliata, Enrico Patrono, Matteo Di Segni, and Stefano Puglisi-Allegra Part II: Anorexia and Undereating 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo            Casey H. Halpern, Mark Attiah, and Tracy L. Bale 13. Saccharin Preference in Rats: Relation to Impulsivity and Drug Abuse            Marilyn E. Carroll, Natalie E. Zlebnik, and Nathan A. Holtz 14. Food Seeking in Spite of Harmful Consequences            Rossella Ventura, Emanuele Claudio Latagliata, Enrico Patrono, Matteo Di Segni, and Stefano Puglisi-Allegra Part II: Anorexia and Undereating 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo 15. Introduction: Anorexia and Undereating            Guido K.W. Frank 16. Food Restriction and Reward in Rats            Kenneth D. Carr and Soledad Cabeza de Vaca 17. Activity-Based Anorexia in the Rat            Nicole C. Barbarich-Marsteller 18. Food-Anticipatory Activity: Rat Models and Underlying Mechanisms            Myrte Merkestein, Linda A.W. Verhagen, and Roger A.H. Adan 19. Anorexia and Drugs of Abuse Abnormally Suppress Appetite, the Result of a Shared Molecular Signal Foul-Up            Laetitia Laurent, Alexandra Jean, Christine Manrique, Mohamed Najimi, Fatiha Chigr, and Valérie Compan 20. The Anorectic Phenotype of the Anx/anx Mouse is Related to Hypothalamic Dysfunction            Ida A.K. Nilsson, Charlotte Lindfors, Tomas Hökfelt, Martin Schalling, and Jeanette E. Johansen 21. Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Awake Rats: Studies Relevant to Addiction and the Reward Circuitry            Marcelo Febo