Do end of treatment assessments predict outcome at follow-up in eating disorders?

@article{Lock2013DoEO,
  title={Do end of treatment assessments predict outcome at follow-up in eating disorders?},
  author={James D Lock and William Stewart Agras and Daniel Le Grange and J Couturier and Debra Lynn Safer and Susan W. Bryson},
  journal={The International journal of eating disorders},
  year={2013},
  volume={46 8},
  pages={771-8}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the predictive value of end of treatment (EOT) outcomes for longer term recovery status. METHOD We used signal detection analysis to identify the best predictors of recovery based on outcome at EOT using five different eating disorder samples from randomized clinical treatment trials. We utilized a transdiagnostic definition of recovery that included normalization of weight and eating related psychopathology. RESULTS Achieving a body weight of 95.2% of expected body… CONTINUE READING
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