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Cognitive behaviour therapy for eating disorders: a "transdiagnostic" theory and treatment.
A new transdiagnostic theory of the maintenance of the full range of eating disorders is proposed, a theory which embraces a broader range of maintaining mechanisms than the current theory concerning bulimia nervosa. Expand
The development and validation of the body shape questionnaire
Concerns about body shape are common among young women in Western cultures, and, in an extreme form, they constitute a central feature of the eating disorders anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. ToExpand
The Eating Disorders Examination
The following health care providers can perform initial examinations for Eating Disorders: a board-certified or board "eligible" psychiatrist; a licensed doctorate-level psychologist; or a clinical or counseling psychologist completing a one-year internship or residency under close supervision. Expand
Clinical perfectionism: a cognitive-behavioural analysis.
The characteristics of clinical perfectionism are reviewed and a new definition of the phenomenon is proposed, suggesting that people with perfectionism react to failure to meet their standards with self-criticism and if they do meet their Standards, the standards are re-evaluated as being insufficiently demanding. Expand
Transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioral therapy for patients with eating disorders: a two-site trial with 60-week follow-up.
These two transdiagnostic treatments appear to be suitable for the majority of outpatients with an eating disorder and the simpler treatment may best be viewed as the default version, with the more complex treatment reserved for patients with marked additional psychopathology of the type targeted by the treatment. Expand
The eating disorder examination: A semi‐structured interview for the assessment of the specific psychopathology of eating disorders
The specific psychopathology of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa is complex in form. Although for many purposes self-report questionnaires are a satisfactory measure of this psychopathology, forExpand
The measurement of impairment due to eating disorder psychopathology
A 16-item, self-report instrument was developed, the Clinical Impairment Assessment (CIA), which was designed to measure such impairment overall and in three specific domains (personal, cognitive, social). Expand
The natural course of bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder in young women.
It is suggested that, among young women in the community, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder have a different course and outcome. Expand
The severity and status of eating disorder NOS: Implications for DSM-V
The findings indicate that eating disorder NOS is common, severe and persistent and most cases are “mixed” in character and not subthreshold forms of anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. Expand