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  1. COVID-19 has significantly disrupted the routines of school sports for adolescent athletes, which can affect their usual eating behaviors and body image. Specific pressures of individual sports (which tend to ...

    Authors: Morteza Homayounnia Firoozjah, Shahnaz Shahrbanian, Alireza Homayouni and Heather Hower
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:119
  2. Patients who suffer from anorexia nervosa (AN) are characterized by exceedingly lower body weight, micro- and macro-nutrient deficiencies, and hyposalivation as compared to healthy subjects. In addition, AN ma...

    Authors: Elzbieta Paszynska, Amadeusz Hernik, Agnieszka Slopien, Yves Boucher, Marta Tyszkiewicz-Nwafor, Magdalena Roszak, Karolina Bilska and Monika Dmitrzak-Weglarz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:118
  3. Previous studies testing for a direct relationship between social networking sites (SNS) addiction and body dissatisfaction (BD) have yielded inconsistent results. Here, we aimed to identify underlying process...

    Authors: Rafael Delgado-Rodríguez, Rocío Linares and María Moreno-Padilla
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:117
  4. Family-based treatment (FBT) is an outpatient therapy, though FBT principles have been incorporated in higher levels of care (e.g., partial hospitalization programs, PHPs). It is unknown how participation in a...

    Authors: Jessica L. Van Huysse, James Lock, Daniel Le Grange and Renee D. Rienecke
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:116
  5. Authors: Renee D. Rienecke, Craig Johnson, Daniel Le Grange, Jamie Manwaring, Philip S. Mehler, Alan Duffy, Susan McClanahan and Dan V. Blalock
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:115

    The original article was published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:72

  6. Individuals with eating disorders (EDs) experience barriers to self-compassion, with two recently identified in this population: Meeting Standards, or concerns that self-compassion would result in showing flaw...

    Authors: Josie Geller, Lindsay Samson, Nadia Maiolino, Megumi M. Iyar, Allison C. Kelly and Suja Srikameswaran
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:114
  7. “Cheat meals”, described as brief eating episodes that depart from established dietary practices to consume prohibited foods, represent a novel and increasingly common eating behavior with particular salience ...

    Authors: Kyle T. Ganson, Mitchell L. Cunningham, Eva Pila, Rachel F. Rodgers, Stuart B. Murray and Jason M. Nagata
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:113
  8. Although the definition of food addiction is not agreed upon, it is characterized by eating more than expected without being hungry, not being able to visit certain places associated with overeating or unsucce...

    Authors: Souheil Hallit, Anna Brytek-Matera, Diana Malaeb and Sahar Obeid
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:112
  9. During the COVID-19 pandemic, outpatient eating disorder care, including Family-Based Treatment (FBT), rapidly transitioned from in-person to virtual delivery in many programs. This paper reports on the experi...

    Authors: Jennifer Couturier, Danielle Pellegrini, Laura Grennan, Maria Nicula, Catherine Miller, Paul Agar, Cheryl Webb, Kristen Anderson, Melanie Barwick, Gina Dimitropoulous, Sheri Findlay, Melissa Kimber, Gail McVey, Rob Paularinne, Aylee Nelson, Karen DeGagne…
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:111
  10. Current research on muscle dysmorphia (MD) has focused on restrained eating behaviors and has adopted a primarily male perspective. Despite initial evidence, the role of possible binge eating associated with M...

    Authors: Robin Halioua, Andrea Wyssen, Samuel Iff, Yannis Karrer, Erich Seifritz, Boris B. Quednow and Malte Christian Claussen
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:109
  11. Eating disorders (ED) are group of psychological disorders that significantly impair physical health and psychosocial function. ED consists wide range of morbidity such as loss of eating control, binge eating ...

    Authors: Zeinab Shakeri, Farzaneh Mardali, Maedeh Azizabadi Farahani, Mehdi Alemrajabi and Azadeh Mottaghi
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:107
  12. Brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF) is essential for neuronal survival, differentiation, development, and plasticity. Evidence suggests that fluctuations in peripheral levels (i.e., plasma or serum) of BD...

    Authors: Parnian Shobeiri, Sara Bagherieh, Parsa Mirzayi, Amirali Kalantari, Omid Mirmosayyeb, Antônio L. Teixeira and Nima Rezaei
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:105
  13. Medical complications of eating disorders in males are understudied compared to females, as is the case of vitamin D deficiency. The aim of this study was to assess vitamin D levels among male and female adole...

    Authors: Jason M. Nagata, Anna Grandis, Paola Bojorquez-Ramirez, Anthony Nguyen, Amanda E. Downey, Kyle T. Ganson, Khushi P. Patel, Vanessa I. Machen, Sara M. Buckelew and Andrea K. Garber
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:104
  14. People unknowingly mimic the behaviors of others, a process that results in feelings of affiliation. However, some individuals with eating disorders describe feeling “triggered” when mimicked. This study explo...

    Authors: Savannah R. Erwin, Peggy J. Liu, Nandini Datta, Julia Nicholas, Alannah Rivera-Cancel, Mark Leary, Tanya L. Chartrand and Nancy L. Zucker
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:103
  15. The Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire (EDE-Q) is a frequently used scale to evaluate eating behaviors and attitudes. In recent years, its use has increased due to the fact that the use of short forms i...

    Authors: Kübra Esin and Feride Ayyıldız
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:102
  16. Research indicates that family therapy for anorexia nervosa (FT-AN) and multi-family therapy (MFT) are effective treatments for adolescents experiencing anorexia nervosa (AN). However, less is known about youn...

    Authors: Emily Coopey and George Johnson
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:101
  17. COVID-19 confinement affected lifestyles. There is inconclusive evidence about changes in eating patterns, and there are few studies on the impact on body mass index (BMI), the occurrence of dysfunctional beha...

    Authors: Tamara Escrivá-Martínez, Marta Miragall, Rocío Herrero, Marta Rodríguez-Arias and Rosa M. Baños
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:100
  18. Authors: Cheri A. Levinson, Rowan A. Hunt, Ani C. Keshishian, Mackenzie L. Brown, Irina Vanzhula, Caroline Christian, Leigh C. Brosof and Brenna M. Williams
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:99

    The original article was published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:147

  19. Inpatient treatment of anorexia nervosa can be lifesaving but is associated with high rates of relapse and poor outcomes. To address this, the Oxford service has adapted the enhanced cognitive behavioural trea...

    Authors: Ali Ibrahim, Sharon Ryan, David Viljoen, Ellen Tutisani, Lucy Gardner, Lorna Collins and Agnes Ayton
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:98
  20. One type of overnutrition, binge eating (BE; eating an unusually large amount of food with loss of control), is prevalent among older adult women. Yet, little is known about the clinical significance of this e...

    Authors: Lisa Smith Kilpela, Victoria B. Marshall, Pamela K. Keel, Andrea Z. LaCroix, Sara E. Espinoza, Savannah C. Hooper and Nicolas Musi
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:97
  21. Muscle dysmorphia is generally classified as a specific form of body dysmorphic disorder characterized by a pathological drive for muscularity and the preoccupation that one is too small or not sufficiently mu...

    Authors: Emilio J. Compte, Chloe J. Cattle, Jason M. Lavender, Tiffany A. Brown, Stuart B. Murray, Matthew R. Capriotti, Annesa Flentje, Micah E. Lubensky, Juno Obedin-Maliver, Mitchell R. Lunn and Jason M. Nagata
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:95
  22. During the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a necessity for eating disorder (ED) outpatient treatment to be delivered virtually. Given this transition, and the surge in new ED cases, there was an urgent need to in...

    Authors: Danielle Pellegrini, Laura Grennan, Neera Bhatnagar, Gail McVey and Jennifer Couturier
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:94
  23. The recently published Australia and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders (ANZAED) practice and training standards for dietitians providing eating disorder treatment recommended dietitians working in eating di...

    Authors: Amanda Davis, Nina Meloncelli, Amy Hannigan and Warren Ward
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:93
  24. Young patients suffering from anorexia nervosa (AN) frequently need further treatment in Adult Mental Health Services (AMHS). The transition period from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) to A...

    Authors: Antoine Stocker, Lucie Rosenthal, Laure Mesquida, Jean-Philippe Raynaud and Alexis Revet
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:92
  25. Multi-family therapy (MFT-BN) is a new treatment for adolescent bulimia nervosa with emerging empirical support. It extends the bulimia nervosa focussed family therapy model, by offering treatment in a group s...

    Authors: Anabel Escoffié, Natalie Pretorius and Julian Baudinet
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:91
  26. It is important to target body image in individuals with an eating disorder (ED). Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) has been trialed in a few studies for individuals with an ED. Although ACT outcomes in ...

    Authors: Maria Fogelkvist, Sanna Aila Gustafsson, Lars Kjellin and Thomas Parling
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:90
  27. ‘Classic’ embodiment illusions (e.g., the feeling of owning another person’s hand) involves a three-way interaction between visual, proprioceptive, and tactile stimuli. These illusions have been studied in eat...

    Authors: Zhen An, Isabel Krug, Jade Portingale and David Butler
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:89
  28. Eating disorders are associated with significant personal and family costs. Clinical guidelines recommend family members be involved and supported during care, but little has been reported regarding the prefer...

    Authors: Carmel Fleming, Jacqueline Byrne, Karen Healy and Robyne Le Brocque
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:88
  29. Characterised by the belief that more weight needs to be lost—despite emaciation, failing organs, medical instability and prospect of death—Anorexia Nervosa (AN) is a condition in which irrational, and highly-...

    Authors: Rachel Barton, Phillip Aouad, Phillipa Hay, Geoffrey Buckett, Janice Russell, Margaret Sheridan, Vlasios Brakoulias and Stephen Touyz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:85
  30. Adolescence is a critical period for the development of eating disorders, but data is lacking on the heterogeneity of their evolution during that time-period. Group-based trajectories can be used to understand...

    Authors: Édith Breton, Rachel Dufour, Sylvana M. Côté, Lise Dubois, Frank Vitaro, Michel Boivin, Richard E. Tremblay and Linda Booij
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:84
  31. People with anorexia nervosa often exhibit inefficiencies in executive functioning (central coherence and set shifting) that may negatively impact on treatment outcomes. It is unclear from previous research wh...

    Authors: Ella Keegan, Susan Byrne, Phillipa Hay, Stephen Touyz, Janet Treasure, Ulrike Schmidt, Virginia V. W. McIntosh and Tracey D. Wade
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:83
  32. Despite being the first validated measure of grazing, the Grazing Questionnaire (GQ) has not been investigated among individuals with obesity. Therefore, the current study aimed to examine the psychometric pro...

    Authors: Dean Spirou, Jayanthi Raman, Mimi Leith, James Collison, Ramy H. Bishay, Golo Ahlenstiel, Phillipa Hay and Evelyn Smith
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:82
  33. A recent article in the Journal of Eating Disorders (10:23, 2022) proposed criteria for “terminal anorexia” with a cited goal of improving access to end-of-life care (Gaudiani et al. in J Eat Disord 10(1):23, ...

    Authors: Megan Riddle, Anne Marie O’Melia and Maryrose Bauschka
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:81
  34. Although eating disorders cause significant impairment to an individual’s function, many people disengage from treatment. There is a paucity of literature that focuses on both positive and negative aspects of ...

    Authors: Rahul Mital, Phillipa Hay, Janet E. Conti and Haider Mannan
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:80
  35. A recent article (JED 10:23, 2022) proposed defining terminal anorexia to improve access to palliative and hospice care, and to medical aid in dying for a minority of patients with severe and enduring anorexia...

    Authors: Angela S. Guarda, Annette Hanson, Philip Mehler and Patricia Westmoreland
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:79
  36. Limited screening practices, minimal eating disorder training in the healthcare professions, and barriers related to help-seeking contribute to persistent low rates of eating disorder detection, significant un...

    Authors: Emma Bryant, Karen Spielman, Anvi Le, Peta Marks, Stephen Touyz and Sarah Maguire
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:78
  37. The understanding of the cerebral neurobiology of anorexia nervosa (AN) with respect to state- versus trait-related abnormalities is limited. There is evidence of restitution of structural brain alterations wi...

    Authors: Selma Göller, Kathrin Nickel, Isabelle Horster, Dominique Endres, Almut Zeeck, Katharina Domschke, Claas Lahmann, Ludger Tebartz van Elst, Simon Maier and Andreas A. B. Joos
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:77
  38. Despite solid research there remains a large group of patients with eating disorders who do not recover. Emotion dysregulation has been shown to be a feature in the different eating disorders. A manualized gro...

    Authors: Suzanne Petersson, Kristofer Årestedt and Andreas Birgegård
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:76
  39. In Pakistan, for a decade or so, there has been a huge increase in body ideals, and thinness and eating disorders reported during pregnancy. The purpose of the present research was to study the lived experienc...

    Authors: Tamkeen Saleem, Shemaila Saleem, Sheikh Shoib, Jaffer Shah and Syeda Ayat-e-Zainab Ali
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:74
  40. Adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) are prevalent, impact long-term physical and mental health, and are associated with eating disorders (EDs) in adulthood. The primary objectives of the current study were: (...

    Authors: Renee D. Rienecke, Craig Johnson, Daniel Le Grange, Jamie Manwaring, Philip S. Mehler, Alan Duffy, Susan McClanahan and Dan V. Blalock
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:72

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:115

  41. Over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, rates of eating disorders have increased, further straining systems of care that were already overburdened. The current paper describes novel interventions, largely in...

    Authors: Lindsey D. Bruett, Sarah Forsberg, Erin C. Accurso, Sasha Gorrell, Lisa Hail, Jessica Keyser, Daniel Le Grange and Kathryn M. Huryk
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:71
  42. Currently, there is limited empirical validation of feminist-informed or individualised interventions for the treatment of eating disorders. The aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of a feminist...

    Authors: Jessica Tone, Belinda Chelius and Yvette D. Miller
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:70

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