Biological origins of anorexia

IB Psychology: Biological origins of anorexia

↵The biological approach has two key arguments for the origins of anorexia nervosa. First, there is the genetic argument that argues that the disorder is inherited and runs in families. The second argument is that there are neurochemical reasons for anorexia - specifically, levels of serotonin and dopamine.Before reading the research on genetic and neurochemical explanations of anorexia, watch the video below with...

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