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Article 1 - Eating Disorders: From Etiology to Treatment
Authors / Editors: Daniel Stein, Yael Latzer and Joav Merrick

Article 2 - The Genetics of Anorexia Nervosa: Current Findings and Future Perspectives
Authors / Editors: Andrea Poyastro Pinheiro, Tammy Root and Cynthia M Bulik

Article 3 - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Binge Eating: Shared Phenomenology, Genetics and Response to Treatment
Authors / Editors: Allan S Kaplan, Andrew L Howlett, Zeynep Yilmaz and Robert Levitan

Article 4 - What Is Night Eating Syndrome? New Directions toward a Unified Definition
Authors / Editors: Kelly C Allison, Yael Latzer, Orna Tzischinsky and Piergiuseppe Vinai

Article 5 - A Review of Eating Disorders in Males: Working Towards an Improved Diagnostic System
Authors / Editors: Tom Hildebrandt and Lauren Alfano

Article 6 - Is Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Still an Option in Anorexia Nervosa?
Authors / Editors: Edith Mitrany

Article 7 - Individual Psychotherapy with Eating Disorders Patients: The Integration of Art and Science
Authors / Editors: Deborah M Michel and Susan G Willard

Article 8 - Managing Eating Disorders: Countertransference Processes in the Therapeutic Milieu
Authors / Editors: Moria Golan, Amit Yaroslavski and Daniel Stein

Article 9 - The Control and Worry-Centered Treatment of Eating Disorders (CWT-ED)
Authors / Editors: Sandra Sassaroli and Giovanni Maria Ruggiero

Article 10 - Family-Based Treatment for Adolescent Eating Disorders: Current Status, New Applications and Future Directions
Authors / Editors: Katharine L Loeb and Daniel le Grange

Article 11 - Families around the Table: Experiences with a Multi-Family Approach in the Treatment of Eating-Disordered Adolescents
Authors / Editors: Lies Depestele and Walter Vandereycken
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