Carmelo La Mela

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OBJECTIVE Several findings support the hypothesis that there is a relationship between dissociation and eating disorders (EDs). The aims of this study were as follows: (1) to assess whether ED patients show a higher level of dissociation than healthy control (HC) individuals or psychiatric control patients with anxiety and mood disorders and (2) to(More)
OBJECTIVE The prognosis for eating disorders (ED) is unsatisfactory, and the literature about outcome indicators is controversial. The present study evaluates the roles of self-esteem, personality disorders (PD), and dissociation as outcome predictors. METHOD Fifty-seven ED outpatients were recruited from a population beginning a Cognitive Behavioral(More)
OBJECTIVE Perfectionism, poor self-esteem and stress have all been described as important risk factors for eating disorders. The purpose of this study was to assess whether a stressful situation is significantly correlated to and associated with significantly higher levels of perfectionism, stress, quantifiable measures of eating disorders, and with(More)
Previous studies have tested multivariate models of bulimia pathology development, documenting that a confluence of perfectionism, body dissatisfaction, and low self-esteem is predictive of disordered eating. However, attempts to replicate these results have yielded controversial findings. The objective of the present study was to test an interactive model(More)
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