His primary areas of investigation include Internal medicine, Eating disorders, Quality of life, Psychiatry and Body mass index. He works mostly in the field of Internal medicine, limiting it down to concerns involving Endocrinology and, occasionally, Anthropometry. In his study, Anorexia, Developmental psychology, Physical exercise and Anorexia nervosa is strongly linked to Psychopathology, which falls under the umbrella field of Eating disorders.
Stephan Herpertz has included themes like Cross-sectional study, Mental health, Obesity and Anxiety in his Quality of life study. The various areas that he examines in his Anxiety study include Physical therapy, Weight loss and Depression. Stephan Herpertz combines subjects such as Randomized controlled trial and Clinical psychology with his study of Psychiatry.
Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Internal medicine and Depression are his primary areas of study. His Psychiatry research incorporates elements of Diabetes mellitus and Personality disorders. His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Young adult and Cognitive behavioral therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Cognition.
His studies in Eating disorders integrate themes in fields like Anorexia nervosa and Comorbidity. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Depression, narrowing it down to issues related to the Anxiety, and often Psychosocial, Quality of life and Mental health. His work in Binge eating addresses issues such as Body mass index, which are connected to fields such as Weight loss, Physical therapy and Obesity.
Stephan Herpertz spends much of his time researching Anorexia nervosa, Randomized controlled trial, Body mass index, Clinical psychology and Depression. His Anorexia nervosa research includes elements of Eating disorders, Gene and Bioinformatics. His work on Cognitive behavioral therapy as part of general Randomized controlled trial study is frequently linked to Standard treatment, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His research in Body mass index intersects with topics in Coping, Physical therapy, Psychosocial support and Depressive symptoms. His Depression study is concerned with Psychiatry in general. Stephan Herpertz is interested in Psychosocial, which is a field of Psychiatry.
Binge-eating disorder, Randomized controlled trial, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Meta-analysis and Binge eating are his primary areas of study. His work carried out in the field of Binge-eating disorder brings together such families of science as Internal medicine and Confidence interval. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Depression and Psychopathology, Clinical psychology.
His study on Depression is covered under Psychiatry. His study in Psychiatry concentrates on Anorexia nervosa and Eating disorders. His work deals with themes such as Group psychotherapy, Pharmacotherapy and Abstinence, which intersect with Binge eating.
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Do psychosocial variables predict weight loss or mental health after obesity surgery? A systematic review.
S. Herpertz;R. Kielmann;A.M. Wolf;J. Hebebrand.
Obesity Research (2004)
Focal psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behaviour therapy, and optimised treatment as usual in outpatients with anorexia nervosa (ANTOP study): randomised controlled trial
Stephan Zipfel;Beate Wild;Gaby Groß;Hans-Christoph Friederich.
The Lancet (2014)
Meta-analysis of the effectiveness of psychological and pharmacological treatments for binge eating disorder.
Silja Vocks;Brunna Tuschen-Caffier;Reinhard Pietrowsky;Stephan Jeff Rustenbach.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (2009)
Melanocortin-4 Receptor Gene Variant I103 Is Negatively Associated with Obesity
Frank Geller;Kathrin Reichwald;Astrid Dempfle;Thomas Illig.
American Journal of Human Genetics (2004)
Structured interview for anorexic and bulimic disorders for DSM-IV and ICD-10: Updated (third) revision
Manfred M. Fichter;Stephan Herpertz;Norbert Quadflieg;Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann.
International Journal of Eating Disorders (1998)
The influence of eating behavior and eating pathology on weight loss after gastric restriction operations.
Ramona Burgmer;Katrin Grigutsch;Stefan Zipfel;Anna Maria Wolf.
Obesity Surgery (2005)
Personality traits and obesity: a systematic review.
G Gerlach;S Herpertz;S Loeber;S Loeber.
Obesity Reviews (2015)
Multicenter evaluation of an interdisciplinary 52-week weight loss program for obesity with regard to body weight, comorbidities and quality of life—a prospective study
S C Bischoff;A Damms-Machado;C Betz;S Herpertz.
International Journal of Obesity (2012)
Psychological outcome two years after restrictive bariatric surgery.
Ramona Burgmer;Tanja Legenbauer;Astrid Müller;Martina de Zwaan.
Obesity Surgery (2007)
Comorbidity of Diabetes and Eating Disorders: Does diabetes control reflect disturbed eating behavior?
Stephan Herpertz;Christian Albus;Ruth Wagener;Margit Kocnar.
Diabetes Care (1998)
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