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Anorexia nervosa: valued and visible. A cognitive-interpersonal maintenance model and its implications for research and practice.
A maintenance model of restricting anorexia nervosa, combining intra- and interpersonal factors is proposed, and it does not emphasize the role of weight and shape-related factors in the maintenance of AN; that is, it is culture-free.
Time trends in eating disorder incidence
- Laura G Currin, U. Schmidt, J. Treasure, H. Jick
- Medicine, PsychologyBritish Journal of Psychiatry
- 1 February 2005
This study provides further evidence for the stability of anorexia nervosa incidence rates and concludes that decreased symptom recognition and changes in service use might have contributed to observed changes in the incidence of bulimia nervosa.
The cognitive-interpersonal maintenance model of anorexia nervosa revisited: a summary of the evidence for cognitive, socio-emotional and interpersonal predisposing and perpetuating factors
The Cognitive-Interpersonal Maintenance Model maintenance model for anorexia nervosa is supported by accumulating evidence and some of the traits are inherited vulnerabilities and are present in family members.
Poor Cognitive Flexibility in Eating Disorders: Examining the Evidence using the Wisconsin Card Sorting Task
This large dataset supports previous smaller scale studies and a systematic review which indicate poor cognitive flexibility in people with ED.
The socio-emotional processing stream in Anorexia Nervosa
Anorexia nervosa: aetiology, assessment, and treatment.
Engagement and outcome in the treatment of bulimia nervosa: first phase of a sequential design comparing motivation enhancement therapy and cognitive behavioural therapy.
A randomized controlled trial of family therapy and cognitive behavior therapy guided self-care for adolescents with bulimia nervosa and related disorders.
Compared with family therapy, CBT guided self-care has the slight advantage of offering a more rapid reduction of bingeing, lower cost, and greater acceptability for adolescents with bulimia or eating disorder not otherwise specified.
Randomized controlled trial of brief cognitive behaviour therapy versus treatment as usual in recurrent deliberate self-harm: the POPMACT study
Brief cognitive behaviour therapy is of limited efficacy in reducing self-harm repetition, but the findings taken in conjunctin with the economic evaluation indicate superiority of MACT over TAU in terms of cost and effectiveness combined.
Manual-assisted cognitive-behaviour therapy (MACT): a randomized controlled trial of a brief intervention with bibliotherapy in the treatment of recurrent deliberate self-harm
Although limited by the small sample, the results of this pilot study suggest that this new form of cognitive-behaviour therapy is promising in its efficacy and feasible in clinical practice.