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Date Posted onto Website: September 19, 2016

Dr. Carrie McAdams is an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. McAdams has been fascinated by the relationship between the mind and the brain for over 20 years. Her current research examines the connections between biological and psychological aspects of eating disorders using functional neuroimaging. She has focused on understanding the neurodevelopmental changes related to identity formation and social cognition. These constructs are closely related to long-term psychotherapeutic interventions in eating disorders.

Section 1Neuroscience of Eating Disorders
Section 2Circuitry Involved in Eating Disorders
Section 3Eating Disorders: Patient Interventions
Section 4Coolest Things in Neuroscience
Section 5Eating Disorders Case: Initial Consultation
Section 6Eating Disorders Case: Follow Up Consultation