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Revisiting the affect regulation model of binge eating: a meta-analysis of studies using ecological momentary assessment.
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Overall, results fail to support the affect regulation model of binge eating and challenge reductions in NA as a maintenance factor for binge eating.
Are eating disorders culture-bound syndromes? Implications for conceptualizing their etiology.
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Findings suggest that BN is a culture-bound syndrome and AN is not, heritability estimates for BN may show greater variability cross-culturally than heritability Estimates for AN, and the genetic bases of these disorders may be associated with differential pathoplasticity.
Update on course and outcome in eating disorders.
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Results support optimism for most patients with eating disorders, however, more effective treatments are needed for adult AN inpatients and approximately 30% of patients with BN and related EDNOS who remain ill 10-20 years following presentation.
Recovery and relapse in anorexia and bulimia nervosa: a 7.5-year follow-up study.
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The findings suggest that the course of anorexia nervosa is characterized by high rates of partial recovery and low rates of full recovery, while the courses of bulimia nervosa and BN are characterized by higher rates of both partial and full recovery.
Features associated with excessive exercise in women with eating disorders.
TLDR
Excessive exercise may be associated particularly with the purging subtype of AN as well as with a constellation of anxious/obsessional temperament and personality characteristics among women with eating disorders.
Predictors of mortality in eating disorders.
TLDR
Physicians treating patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa should carefully assess patterns of alcohol use during the course of care because one third of women who had alcoholism and died had no history ofcohol use disorder at intake.
A longitudinal investigation of mortality in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
TLDR
It is suggested that a long duration of illness, substance abuse, low weight, and poor psychosocial functioning raise the risk for mortality in anorexia nervosa.
Outcome in bulimia nervosa.
TLDR
Treatment interventions may speed eventual recovery but do not appear to alter outcome more than 5 years following presentation, and personality traits, such as impulsivity, may contribute to poorer outcome.
Symptom fluctuation in eating disorders: correlates of diagnostic crossover.
TLDR
The results indicate that personality and family characteristics may influence the course of eating disorders and may be informative for planning interventions.
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