Arthur Meijboom

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Disease development in flounder (Platichthys flesus) was studied over a period of 3 years in three large mesocosms (40 m x 40 m x 3 m). Two of the mesocosms contained clean sand and the third, sharing a common water circulation with one of the clean-sand mesocosms, was stocked with contaminated dredged spoil. In this way, one of the clean-sand mesocosms was(More)
OBJECTIVE Although self-esteem and overconcern with body shape and weight are considered to be closely connected in bulimia nervosa, little empirical research has been done to investigate the alleged link. METHOD In this study, we examined experimentally whether overconcern with body shape and weight was connected with self-esteem in an analogue sample of(More)
Previous experimental research on the effects of incorrect intensity expectations of aversive events can be criticized because intensity expectations were not manipulated independently from changes in objective intensity. The present study aims at investigating the effects of incorrect intensity expectations on the immediate and later responses to a painful(More)
OBJECTIVE Sampling bias due to research settings might be responsible for reported high prevalence rates of electrolyte and serum abnormalities in bulimia nervosa. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of electrolyte and other serum abnormalities in bulimia nervosa patients with normal weight seeking treatment in a community mental health(More)
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