Attachment and eating disorders: a review of current research.

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OBJECTIVE Attachment insecurity may confer risk for developing an eating disorder. We describe domains of attachment functioning that are relevant to eating disorders including: affect regulation, interpersonal style, coherence of mind, and reflective functioning. Research since 2000 on attachment and eating disorders related to these domains is reviewed… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/eat.22302

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