Call for Papers: Raising the bar in the treatment of over-exercise in people with AN

Exercise is the neglected “Cinderella” of eating disorder phenomenology but is an important determinant of outcomes and its restriction in treatments often strongly resisted and poorly understood. There is a need for more research to improve understanding of its assessment and treatment. This call is for papers on all aspects of compulsive exercise in eating disorders  and especially those that address its management.

Edited by: Professor Caroline Meyer, Professor Stephen Touyz and Professor Phillipa Hay.

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Join us at ECED!

Prof. Hubert Lacey, Senior Editor, Journal of Eating Disorders, invites readers and authors to the 2017 meeting of the European Council on Eating Disorders on 7th-9th September taking place in Vilnius, Lithuania.
For more information please visit the conference website.

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2016 Editor’s Award winners

Congratulations to the winner of the 2016 Journal of Eating Disorders Editor's Award for Best Paper by an Early Career researcher

Marsha Rowsell, Danielle E. MacDonald and Jacqueline C. Carter

for their publication judged both on scientific merit and impact on the field of eating disorders:

Emotion regulation difficulties in anorexia nervosa: associations with improvements in eating psychopathology.

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