Psychopathological features of anorectic patients who dropped out of inpatient treatment as assessed by the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory

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BACKGROUND Anorexia nervosa often requires inpatient treatment that includes psychotherapeutic intervention in addition to physical and nutritional management for severe low body weight. However, such patients sometimes terminate inpatient treatment prematurely because of resistance to treatment, poor motivation for treatment, unstable emotions, and… (More)

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@article{Nozaki2007PsychopathologicalFO, title={Psychopathological features of anorectic patients who dropped out of inpatient treatment as assessed by the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory}, author={Takehiro Nozaki and Satoko Motoyama and Tatsuyuki Arimura and Chihiro Morita and Chikako Koreeda-Arimura and Keisuke Kawai and Masato Takii and Chiharu Kubo}, journal={Biopsychosocial Medicine}, year={2007}, volume={1}, pages={15 - 15} }