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Reduction of overweight and eating disorder symptoms via the Internet in adolescents: a randomized controlled trial.
PURPOSE Overweight in adolescence is a significant problem which is associated with body dissatisfaction and eating disorder (ED) behaviors. Cost-effective methods for early intervention of obesityExpand
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The Significance of Overvaluation of Shape and Weight in Binge Eating Disorder
As publication of DSM-V draws near, research is needed to validate the diagnostic scheme for binge eating disorder (BED). Shape and weight overvaluation has stimulated considerable debate in thisExpand
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Risk factors across the eating disorders
This study sought to examine risk and onset patterns in anorexia nervosa (AN), bulimia nervosa (BN), and binge eating disorder (BED). Women with AN (n=71), BN (n=66), BED (n=160) and non-psychiatricExpand
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Disordered Eating Attitudes and Behaviors in Overweight Youth
Disordered eating attitudes and behaviors appear to be quite common in youth, and overweight youth have been identified as a subset of the population at particularly high risk for endorsing suchExpand
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Dimensions of emotion dysregulation in bulimia nervosa.
The goal of this study was to examine associations between dimensions of emotion dysregulation and eating disorder (ED) symptoms in bulimia nervosa (BN). This investigation used baseline data from aExpand
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The clinical significance of loss of control over eating in overweight adolescents.
OBJECTIVE Given limited data on the diagnostic validity of binge eating disorder (BED) in adolescents, this study sought to characterize overweight adolescents according to types of overeatingExpand
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Assessment of binge eating in overweight youth using a questionnaire version of the Child Eating Disorder Examination with Instructions.
OBJECTIVE Existing self-report methods for assessing eating disorder (ED) symptoms in youth do not adequately measure binge eating and lack sufficient psychometric support. The Youth Eating DisorderExpand
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Eating disorders with and without comorbid depression and anxiety: similarities and differences in a clinical sample of children and adolescents.
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to describe and compare the demographic and clinical characteristics of children and adolescents with an eating disorder (ED) and comorbid depression or anxiety. METHODExpand
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Psychosocial and Physical Impairment in Overweight Adolescents at High Risk for Eating Disorders
Objective: Many overweight adolescents display elevated risk for the development of eating disorders, as seen in higher rates of weight/shape concerns and disordered eating behaviors, but the extentExpand
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A multisite investigation of binge eating behaviors in children and adolescents.
The phenomenology of childhood and adolescent loss of control (LOC) eating is unknown. The authors interviewed 445 youths to assess aspects of aberrant eating. LOC was associated with eatingExpand
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