Understanding the role of binge eating in obesity and the underlying momentary cognitive
and affective mechanisms
This grand rounds will provide an overview of the significance of binge eating in relationship to obesity and underlying emotion regulation processes contributing to disordered eating behaviors. The speaker will discuss: (1) the prevalence and impact of disordered eating behaviors such as binge eating and relationships with obesity; (2) theory and methodology to understand the role of momentary cognitive and affective processes in relation to binge eating and obesity; and (3) future directions with respect to conceptualizing dysregulated eating behaviors such as food addiction. Attendees will walk away with a broad understanding of emotion-related processes underlying eating psychopathology in obesity and the current state of the literature in eating disorders.
Zoom Registration Link
This session will be recorded.
Instructions for CME credit
CME credit is handled via CloudCME and you must watch the session live. Attendance can only be recorded 60 minutes prior to grand rounds, during the activity, or 60 minutes after grand rounds. After registering for the presentation via Zoom, please follow one of the attached instructions and text the unique code 5443 to (844) 991-3220.
Questions regarding CME, please contact Winnie.Chan@med.usc.edu