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In psychiatric patients the identification of cognitive deficits which predict a poor clinical outcome is important for the development of specific treatment strategies aimed at the amelioration of these impaired cognitive functions to increase the likelihood of full clinical remission. However, such attempts are absent in bulimia nervosa (BU), are scarce(More)
A day hospital group treatment program is detailed which could offer effective treatment to many patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa who would otherwise require inpatient treatment. Important clinical advantages over an inpatient program are described. The psychotherapy is cognitive-behavioral oriented and is done in groups. A(More)
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