Family criticism and self‐starvation: a study of expressed emotion

@inproceedings{Grange1992FamilyCA,
  title={Family criticism and self‐starvation: a study of expressed emotion},
  author={Daniel le Grange and Ivan Eisler and Christopher John Dare and Matthew Hodes},
  year={1992}
}
  • Daniel le Grange, Ivan Eisler, +1 author Matthew Hodes
  • Published 1992
  • Psychology
  • The measure Expressed Emotion (EE) has been established as an exceptionally useful indicator of relapse in people with schizophrenia and depression. EE is now also being applied more broadly for the investigation of other disorders. EE is usually rated by conducting the Camberwell Family Interview, i.e. in the course of separate individual interviews with the relatives of the symptomatic individuals. This paper reports the rating of EE in adolescents with eating disorders within a semi… CONTINUE READING

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