Here are the supporting materials for Episode 21 'Dodgy Definitions: Cravings, Overeating And Bingeing'
The pathologisation of body weight and eating behaviours spills out into well-known, often-used but ultimately meaningless terms. This episode takes you on a trip into the research involving and shaky ground of ‘overeating’, ‘cravings’ and bingeing’.
- Contrast the consequences of problematising eating behaviour via body weight association versus experience of distress
- Identify the difference between colloquial and academic definitions of ‘binge’, ‘craving’ and ‘overeating’.
- Appreciate the confounding influence of eating behaviour research derived from weight loss studies.
This download includes:
- Learning outcomes
- Links to key articles
- Further reading
- Summary information
- Self-Test Quiz (with answers!)
Episode 21 Supporting Materials
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