Associations of individual and family eating patterns during childhood and early adolescence: a multicentre European study of associated eating disorder factors.

@article{Krug2009AssociationsOI,
  title={Associations of individual and family eating patterns during childhood and early adolescence: a multicentre European study of associated eating disorder factors.},
  author={Isabel Krug and Janet Treasure and Marija Anderluh and Laura Bellodi and Elena Cellini and David Collier and Milena di Bernardo and Roser Granero and Andreas Karwautz and Benedetta Nacmias and Eva Penelo and Valdo Ricca and Sandro Sorbi and Kate Tchanturia and Gudrun Wagner and Fernando Fern{\'a}ndez-Aranda},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={2009},
  volume={101 6},
  pages={909-18}
}
The objective of this study was to examine whether there is an association between individual and family eating patterns during childhood and early adolescence and the likelihood of developing a subsequent eating disorder (ED). A total of 1664 participants took part in the study. The ED cases (n 879) were referred for assessment and treatment to specialized ED units in five different European countries and were compared to a control group of healthy individuals (n 785). Participants completed… CONTINUE READING