Journal updates

  • Exercise and eating and weight disorders: a topical collection

    The topical collection is intended to improve understanding of physical activity within transdiagnostic eating pathology, highlighting the study of mechanisms that initiate and maintain this symptom. The collection will also feature the integration of activity into eating disorder prevention and intervention efforts.

  • Call for papers - Three topical collections in 2020/2021

    - Exercise and eating and weight disorders (Edited by Dr. Sasha Gorrell)
    - Obesity surgery and eating and weight disorders (Edited by Prof. Gianfranco Silecchia)
    - Psychopathological Models of Eating Disorders: Contributions from Phenomenology, Cognitivism and Psychodynamics (Edited by Prof. Giovanni Stanghellini)

  • Orthorexia Nervosa: a topical collection

    The Topical Collection on Orthorexia Nervosa (a possible new eating disorder with two main features: obsessive focus on healthy food with inflexible dietary rules; consequent significant impairment) aims to provide a decisive hub for discussion based on data investigating different perspectives of Orthorexia Nervosa...

  • Sleep and Eating and Weight Disorders: a topical collection

    The Topical Collection Sleep and Eating and Weight Disorders collects contributions addressing the relationship between sleep, poor sleep (i.e. short sleep or sleep of low quality) and sleep disorders as correlates or transdiagnostic etiological factors for obesity and eating disorders.

    Read and submit!

  • Obesity Paradox: a topical collection

    The Topical Collection focuses on the Obesity Paradox, an inverse association between body mass index (BMI) and mortality reported in patients with many disease states and in several clinical settings: hemodialysis, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, stroke, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, surgery etc.

    Read what's already published in the collection and submit your own research!