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Impulsivity in Binge Eating Disorder: Food Cues Elicit Increased Reward Responses and Disinhibition
Food-related reward sensitivity and rash-spontaneous behaviour, as the two components of impulsivity, are increased in BED in comparison with weight-matched and normal-weight controls, indicating that BED represents a neurobehavioural phenotype of obesity that is characterised by increased impulsivity.
Peer-assisted learning (PAL) in undergraduate medical education: An overview.
Does Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy Improve Depression, Stress and Eating Behaviour? A 4-Year Follow-up Study
Post-surgical mental health appears to be highly relevant in terms of weight loss maintenance and the surgical outcome could be positively influenced if patients at risk of developing mental health issues or eating disorders were identified and monitored in order to offer targeted interventions.
Professional burnout among medical students: Systematic literature review and meta-analysis
The burden of burnout among medical students underlines the need to control for context-dependent confounders in research on medical students’ mental health impairment to enable more meaningful comparisons and adequate prevention strategies.
A comparative analysis of anorexia nervosa groups on Facebook
- M. Teufel, E. Hofer, F. Junne, H. Sauer, S. Zipfel, K. Giel
- Psychology, MedicineEating and Weight Disorders - Studies on Anorexia…
- 27 July 2013
SNS appears to be a relevant way for young females suffering from AN to communicate and exchange disease and health-related ideas and whether SNS can help persons with AN to get therapeutic assistance as well as whether it can be integrated into psychotherapeutic strategies should be examined in future studies.
High Levels of Physical Activity in Anorexia Nervosa: A Systematic Review.
- Ricarda Gümmer, K. Giel, M. Teufel
- Psychology, MedicineEuropean eating disorders review
- 1 September 2015
Overall, HLPA is not adressed enough by current evidence, and accurate criteria of different levels of PA must be defined to create comparability of future studies.
Secondary Traumatization in Caregivers Working With Women and Children Who Suffered Extreme Violence by the “Islamic State”
A framework of classification for different types of trauma-associated psychological burdens of caregivers working with traumatized refugees is proposed and Implications for the training and supervision of professionals in refugee- and trauma-care are discussed.
Cost-effectiveness of focal psychodynamic therapy and enhanced cognitive–behavioural therapy in out-patients with anorexia nervosa
Depending on the WTP, FPT proved cost-effective in the treatment of adult AN, and the unadjusted ICERs indicated FPT and CBT-E to be dominant compared with TAU-O.
Food-Related Impulsivity in Obesity and Binge Eating Disorder—A Systematic Update of the Evidence
The synthesis of the latest evidence consolidates conclusions drawn in the initial systematic review that BED represents a distinct phenotype within the obesity spectrum that is characterized by increased impulsivity.
Eating behaviour and symptom trajectories in patients with a history of binge eating disorder during COVID‐19 pandemic
- K. Giel, Marisa Schurr, S. Zipfel, F. Junne, K. Schag
- Psychology, MedicineEuropean eating disorders review : the journal of…
- 6 May 2021
Individuals with a history of an ED are at risk for symptom deterioration and relapse during the COVID‐19 pandemic, and intervention and service dissemination strategies are needed to support vulnerable groups throughout the pandemic.