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Eating-disordered behaviors, body fat, and psychopathology in overweight and normal-weight children.
This study examined eating-disordered pathology in relation to psychopathology and adiposity in 162 non-treatment-seeking overweight (OW) and normal weight (NW) children, ages 6-13 years.Expand
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An eating disorder-specific model of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT-ED): causal pathways and treatment implications.
Several studies support the efficacy of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in the treatment of eating disorders. Treatment outcomes are likely to be augmented through a greater understanding, andExpand
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A prospective study of pediatric loss of control eating and psychological outcomes.
Loss of control (LOC) eating in youth is associated cross-sectionally with eating-related and psychosocial distress and is predictive of excessive weight gain. However, few longitudinal studies haveExpand
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Orthopedic Complications of Overweight in Children and Adolescents
OBJECTIVE. Few studies have quantified the prevalence of weight-related orthopedic conditions in otherwise healthy overweight children. The goal of the present investigation was to describe theExpand
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The Yale Interpersonal Stressor (YIPS): Affective, physiological, and behavioral responses to a novel interpersonal rejection paradigm
Given links between interpersonal functioning and health as well as the dearth of truly interpersonal laboratory stressors, we present a live rejection paradigm, the Yale Interpersonal StressorExpand
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Binge eating in overweight treatment-seeking adolescents.
OBJECTIVE To examine the frequency and recency of binge eating in relation to psychopathology in overweight, treatment-seeking adolescents. METHODS We investigated psychological correlates of theExpand
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Validation of the emotional eating scale adapted for use in children and adolescents (EES-C).
OBJECTIVE Eating in response to negative emotions is associated with binge or loss of control (LOC) eating in adults. Although children report engaging in LOC eating, data on emotional eating amongExpand
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Eating disorder pathology among overweight treatment-seeking youth: clinical correlates and cross-sectional risk modeling.
Preliminary research suggests that pediatric overweight is associated with increased eating disorder pathology, however, little is known about which overweight youth are most vulnerable to eatingExpand
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A Prospective Study of Psychological Predictors of Body Fat Gain Among Children at High Risk for Adult Obesity
OBJECTIVE. Limited data suggest that psychological factors, including binge eating, dieting, and depressive symptoms, may predispose children to excessive weight gain. We investigated theExpand
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Psychometric properties of a new questionnaire to assess eating in the absence of hunger in children and adolescents
BACKGROUND Eating in the absence of hunger (EAH), studied in the context of laboratory paradigms, has been associated with obesity and is predictive of excess weight gain in children. However, noExpand
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