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The Eating Disorder Examination (12th edition).

  title={The Eating Disorder Examination (12th edition).},
  author={Christopher G Fairburn and Zafra Cooper},
The Female Athlete Body (FAB) study: Rationale, design, and baseline characteristics.
Comparing cognitive behavioural therapy for eating disorders integrated with behavioural weight loss therapy to cognitive behavioural therapy-enhanced alone in overweight or obese people with bulimia nervosa or binge eating disorder: study protocol for a randomised controlled trial
This study is the first to investigate a psychological therapy that aims to assist weight management in people with co-morbid overweight or obesity bulimia nervosa as well as with binge eating disorder and has the potential to improve health outcomes.
“Doing the Impossible”
It is suggested that full recovery from chronic anorexia nervosa is possible and the importance of hope, motivation, self-efficacy, and support from others in the recovery process is emphasized.
Set-Shifting Among Adolescents With Bulimic Spectrum Eating Disorders
Cognitive inflexibility may develop over time because of the eating disorder, although it is possible that there is a subset of individuals in whom early neurocognitive difficulty may result in a longer illness trajectory.
Attitudes toward obesity in obese persons: A matched comparison of obese women with and without binge eating
Findings suggest that stigmatizing attitudes endorsed by obese persons are neither tempered nor worsened by psychological distress or eating pathology, and it may be that obesity itself, rather than psychological features or disordered eating, increases vulnerability to negative weight-based attitudes.
Subtyping children and adolescents who are overweight: Different symptomatology and treatment outcomes.
Individual characteristics, such as degree of dietary restraint and internalizing psychopathology, can be useful in classifying children and adolescents who are overweight, stipulating specific treatment guidelines, and making differential prognoses.
The FTO gene rs 9939609 obesity-risk allele and loss of control over eating 1 – 5
Because FTO is highly expressed in hypothalamic regions that are important for appetite, FTO genotype may affect energy balance by influencing eating behavior.
Trait and Self-Presentational Dimensions of Perfectionism Among Women with Anorexia Nervosa
Trait and self-presentational dimensions of perfectionism were examined in women with anorexia nervosa (AN), a psychiatric control group of women with mood disorders, and a normal control group of