Obesity: psychological and behavioral aspects

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Bersh, Sonia;
(2006)
  • Publisher: Asociacion Colombiana de Psiquiatria.
  • Subject: treatment | terapia conductual | psychotropic medication | psicofármacos | obesidad | comportamiento | behavioral treatment | behavior | Obesity | tratamiento

Introducción: La obesidad es un problema médico de creciente gravedad por su morbilidad y su alta y creciente prevalencia. Objetivo: Realizar una revisión actualizada acerca de la obesidad y su tratamiento, con énfasis en los aspectos de mayor interés para la práctica p... View more
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