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BACKGROUND Symptom fluctuation in bulimia nervosa (BN) is related to menstrual cycle phase. However, the relationship between bulimic symptoms and ovarian hormones (estrogens and progesterone) has not been examined directly in women with BN. METHOD Regularly menstruating women with DSM-IV BN (n=9) and regularly menstruating controls (n=8) collected(More)
BACKGROUND Significant associations between changes in ovarian hormones and binge eating are present across the menstrual cycle in women with bulimia nervosa. However, no study has examined these relationships in a non-clinical sample, despite the need for these data for designing risk-factor studies. METHOD In study 1, we modified several continuous(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine two assumptions implicit in the subtyping of eating disorders: (1) purging behaviors are interchangeable, and (2) a primary distinction exists between the presence vs. absence of any means of purging. METHOD Data from a longitudinal study of health and eating patterns were used to compare women who reported self-induced vomiting,(More)
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