Perceptions of gender ideals predict outcome of eating disorders in adolescent girls.

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Clinical features have low predictive value for the outcome of eating disorders. This study focuses on the possible predictive value of gender ideals. Data was from adolescent girls thoroughly assessed both at presentation and at a three-year follow up. Few variables differed between the outcome groups. However, perceptions of gender ideals, as measured by… (More)

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@article{Thurfjell2006PerceptionsOG, title={Perceptions of gender ideals predict outcome of eating disorders in adolescent girls.}, author={Barbro Thurfjell and Mona Eliasson and Ingemar Swenne and Anne-liis Von Knorring and Ingemar Engstr{\"{o}m}, journal={Eating disorders}, year={2006}, volume={14 4}, pages={287-304} }