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Binge Eating Disorder & Compulsive Overeating Definition, Treatment

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American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition, Treatment Revision. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc., 2013.

Berkman, N.D., K.N. Lohr, and C.M. Bulik. “Outcomes of eating disorders: a systematic review of the literature.” International Journal of Eating Disorders 40.4 (2007): 293-309.

Brownley, K.A., N.D. Berkman, J.A. Sedway, et al. “Binge eating disorder treatment: A systematic review of randomized controlled trials.” International Journal of Eating Disorders 40.4 May 2007: 337-348.

Burgess, E.E., M.D. Sylvester, K.E. Morse, et al. “Effects of transcranial direct current stimulation on binge-eating disorder.” International Journal of Eating Disorders May 2016 .

Gearhardt, A.N., M. Phil, M.A. White, and M.N. Potenza. “Binge eating and food addiction.” Current Drug Abuse Reviews 4.3 September 2011: 201-207.

Gupta, S. “The difference between binge eating and general overeating.” Psychology Today December 2012.

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Keel, P.K., and T.A. Brown. “Update on course and outcome in eating disorders.”
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Kessler, R.M., P.H. Hutson, B.K. Herman, and M.N. Potenza. “The neurobiological basis of binge-eating disorder.” Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 63 April 2016: 223-238.

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