Ágnes Mezei

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BACKGROUND Despite effective treatment approaches, relapses are frequent in eating disorders. Posttreatment care is essential to enhance continuous recovery and prevent deterioration. This study evaluated the effects of an Internet-based intervention following routine care. MATERIALS AND METHODS One hundred five women who received treatment for bulimia(More)
BACKGROUND No former investigation has been performed related to the linguistic characteristics of patients with eating disorders using online synchronous communication mediums like chats. OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to investigate the linguistic predictors of improvement in eating disorder-related attitudes, behaviours and emotional distress(More)
Formerly the authors had studied the personality profiles of a sample of chronic patients, using the Rorschach psychodiagnostic method. They had found a set of Rorschach types which were closely associated with the presence of lung- cancer in the patients. This set was called by the authors a syndrome reflecting an overpowering, but latent, unconscious(More)