Sunday Smorgasbord

It's time for your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, where I trawl the internet for the latest ED-related (and not-so-related) news, research, and other ephemera so you don't have to.

Artificial meat? Food for thought by 2050

Obesity 'mafia' has it wrong says fat expert

Male and female ability differences down to socialisation, not genetics

A Letter to Patients With Chronic Disease

The Fasting 'Feelgood' Factor

Men and women wanted to participate in eating disorder study

Cannabis Receptors and the “Runner’s High” (maybe it isn't endorphins after all). You can check out the literature on endocannabinoids and eating disorders here.

Auckland to get eating disorders unit

Understanding Anorexia (video interview with Dr. Walt Kaye and Dr. Daniel LeGrange)

She's not that skinny. Is she? From Harriet Brown's new Psychology Today blog, Brave Girl Eating.

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4 comments:

Inside the Mind of a... said...

these posts were reallly good ones to pick!
hope you're doing well!!
<3
-Lisa

Cathy (UK) said...

Love all these articles Carrie :) Like you I really respect Walter Kaye's research, so thanks for the video interview with him and Daniel LeGrange (which I 'stole' for my Facebook page..).

I could write an essay about the Observer article about socialisation vs. genetics and male/female ability - the main part being why we need to think 'either' or 'or'. Weighing up the evidence it seems pretty clear to me that both nature and nurture contribute to our abilities - whether male or female.

According to tests that evaluate typically 'male' or 'female' cognitive characteristics I have a 'male' brain geared towards systemising. I was always interesting and better at science + maths at school, and hopeless at English Literature. Apart from that I am otherwise very female!

Cathy (UK) said...

*I mean 'interested' rather than 'interesting' in above comment

Ashley @ Nourishing the Soul said...

Love Harriet Brown! And always enjoy your smörgåsbord! Thanks for taking the time to dig through the internet for all of us.

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