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  1. Previous research has linked smartphone and Instagram use to higher body dissatisfaction (BD) as well as eating disorder (ED) symptomatology. However, these studies have typically been limited to using self-re...

    Authors: Dmitri Rozgonjuk, Johanna Ignell, Franziska Mech, Eva Rothermund, Harald Gündel and Christian Montag
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:149
  2. Eating disorders may disrupt parenting, and there is evidence to suggest that the children of parents with eating disorders are at greater risk for the development of eating disorders themselves. This study so...

    Authors: Laura Chapman, Sam Cartwright-Hatton and Kathryn J. Lester
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:147
  3. Given limited availability of informed treatments for people affected by eating disorders (EDs), there has been increasing interest in developing self-administered, technology-based ED interventions. However, ...

    Authors: Linda Booij, Mimi Israël, Manuela Ferrari, Annie St-Hilaire, Chloé Paquin-Hodge, Melissa Allard, Amélie Blaquière, Julia Dornik, Shiri Freiwald, Shawna A. Long, Marika Monarque, William D. Pelletier, Lea Thaler, Miriam Yaffe and Howard Steiger
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:146
  4. Whether or not to define ‘terminal anorexia nervosa’ has been a hotly debated topic in the eating disorders field recently. Being able to have open scientific debate on important topics such as this is essenti...

    Authors: Andrea Phillipou
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:145
  5. Orthorexia Nervosa (ON) is an emerging clinical condition characterized by a pathological fixation with healthy eating. Recently, the Orthorexia Nervosa Inventory (ONI) has emerged as a promising tool for asse...

    Authors: Andrea Zagaria, Claudio Barbaranelli, Edoardo Mocini and Caterina Lombardo
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:144

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:159

  6. No epidemiological data is yet available on Avoidant/Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID) in Arab countries, which may in part be due to the lack of measures available in Arabic language. This constitutes ...

    Authors: Feten Fekih-Romdhane, Rabih Hallit, Diana Malaeb, Fouad Sakr, Mariam Dabbous, Toni Sawma, Sahar Obeid and Souheil Hallit
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:143
  7. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is a potentially fatal psychiatric condition, associated with structural brain changes such as gray matter volume loss. The pathophysiological mechanisms for these changes are not yet ful...

    Authors: Parsa Ravanfar, R. Jarrett Rushmore, Amanda E. Lyall, Vanessa Cropley, Nikos Makris, Patricia Desmond, Dennis Velakoulis, Martha E. Shenton, Ashley I. Bush, Susan L. Rossell, Christos Pantelis, Warda T. Syeda and Andrea Phillipou
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:142
  8. One method to improve treatment outcomes for individuals with eating disorders (EDs) may be understanding and targeting individuals’ motives for engaging in DE behaviors—or the functions of DE behaviors. The g...

    Authors: Abbigail Kinnear, Jaclyn A. Siegel, Philip C. Masson and Lindsay P. Bodell
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:141
  9. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is a severe and life-threatening psychiatric disorder. Initial studies on deep brain stimulation (DBS) in severe, treatment-refractory AN have shown clinical effects. However, the working...

    Authors: M. S. Oudijn, J. T. W. Linders, A. Lok, P. R. Schuurman, P. van den Munckhof, A. A. van Elburg, G. A. van Wingen, R. J. T. Mocking and D. Denys
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:140
  10. Racial and ethnic discrimination are known stressors and are associated with negative psychological and physical health outcomes. Previous studies have found relationships between racial/ethnic discrimination ...

    Authors: Julia H. Raney, Abubakr A. Al-Shoaibi, Iris Y. Shao, Kyle T. Ganson, Alexander Testa, Dylan B. Jackson, Jinbo He, David V. Glidden and Jason M. Nagata
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:139
  11. Perfectionism is significantly associated with symptoms of eating disorders in adolescents. Studies to date have not examined parent-supported CBT for perfectionism in eating disorders (CBT-P-ED). We co-design...

    Authors: Sarah J. Egan, Jamie Neal, Sarah Ure, Thomas Callaghan, Pheobe Ho, Roz Shafran and Tracey D. Wade
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:138
  12. The purpose of this study was to examine differences in clinical characteristics and hospital length of stay (LOS) for adolescents with eating disorders (EDs) requiring medical stabilization during the pre-COV...

    Authors: Leslie Schlapfer, Margaret A. Gettis, Valerie Dutreuil and Brooke Cherven
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:137
  13. Few studies have examined the economic costs of outpatient care for eating disorders in Japan. This study aimed to clarify the reimbursement for outpatient treatment of eating disorders and compare the costs b...

    Authors: Ken Kurisu, Nobuhiro Nohara, Shuji Inada, Makoto Otani, Haruko Noguchi, Yuka Endo, Yasuhiro Sato, Shin Fukudo, Michiko Nakazato, Tsuneo Yamauchi, Tomoko Harada, Koki Inoue, Tomokazu Hata, Shu Takakura, Nobuyuki Sudo, Naoko Iida…
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:136
  14. Family-based treatment (FBT) is currently the most effective evidence-based treatment approach for adolescents with anorexia nervosa (AN). Home treatment (HT) as an add-on to FBT (FBT-HT) has been shown to be ...

    Authors: Nicole Besse-Flütsch, Claudia Bühlmann, Natalie Fabijani, Gian Giacomo Ruschetti, Lukasz Smigielski and Dagmar Pauli
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:135
  15. Emotional eating is a complex problem fostering obesity and resulting from maladaptive emotion regulation. Traditional behavioural weight loss interventions have shown insignificant effect. They can be improve...

    Authors: Aranka Dol, Lisette van Gemert-Pijnen, Lysanne M. Schwartz, Hugo Velthuijsen and Christina Bode
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:134
  16. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a detrimental impact to the symptoms and treatment of eating disorders, causing an increase in medical admissions and visits. Day treatment programs (DTPs), often us...

    Authors: Vanessa Catenacci and Jennifer Couturier
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:133
  17. Exercise addiction (EA) and eating disorders (ED) frequently co-occur in both professional and amateur athletes, with up to 48% of individuals with EA also exhibiting symptoms of ED. Furthermore, pathological ...

    Authors: Dalit Lev Arey, Adi Sagi and Asaf Blatt
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:131
  18. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is a serious mental illness associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality. Family-based treatment (FBT) is a well-established treatment for adolescent AN, yet it is underutilized ...

    Authors: Andrea B. Goldschmidt, Christina C. Tortolani, Erin C. Accurso, Eva-Molly Petitto Dunbar, Amy H. Egbert, Deidre Donaldson and Abigail A. Donaldson
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:130
  19. Research yields mixed results on whether feminist beliefs or self-identification are protective against body image disturbance and eating pathology in non-clinical populations. Further, no studies have examine...

    Authors: Caitlin A. Martin-Wagar, Sarah E. Attaway and Katelyn A. Melcher
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:129
  20. Estimate the prevalence, and associated risk factors, of high school students who are considered at risk for an eating disorder based on screening measures.

    Authors: Hadeel A. Ghazzawi, Lana S. Nimer, Dima H. Sweidan, Omar A. Alhaj, Duha Abulawi, Adam T. Amawi, Michael P. Levine and Haitham Jahrami
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:128
  21. Current psychological and pharmacological treatments for Anorexia Nervosa (AN) provide only moderate effective support, and there is an urgent need for research to improve therapies, especially in developing a...

    Authors: Luciana Ursumando, Viviana Ponzo, Alessio Maria Monteleone, Deny Menghini, Elisa Fucà, Giulia Lazzaro, Romina Esposito, Silvia Picazio, Giacomo Koch, Valeria Zanna, Stefano Vicari and Floriana Costanzo
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:127
  22. Eating disorders affect millions of people worldwide, but most never receive treatment. The majority of clinical research on eating disorders has focused on individuals recruited from treatment settings, which...

    Authors: Emily A. Carrino, Rachael E. Flatt, Pratiksha S. Pawar, Christina M. Sanzari, Jenna P. Tregarthen, Stuart Argue, Laura M. Thornton, Cynthia M. Bulik and Hunna J. Watson
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:126
  23. Emotion regulation theories and the negative urgency concept assume that negative mood increases binge eating. Negative emotions are considered as a trigger for binge eating, while binge eating itself is regar...

    Authors: Kathrin Schag, Lea Sandler, Stephan Zipfel, Birgit Derntl and Katrin Elisabeth Giel
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:125
  24. In its relation to eating disorders, pride is one of the self-conscious emotions least analyzed, and requires valid and reliable instruments for its measurement. This study aimed to examine the factor structur...

    Authors: Juan Francisco Rodríguez-Testal, Juana M. Trinidad-Montero, Ángela Rosales Becerra, Cintia Faija and Cristina Senín-Calderón
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:124
  25. Despite previous research on the association between diabetes distress and disordered eating behaviors (DEBs) among youth with type 1 diabetes (T1D), there is a lack of understanding regarding the underlying m...

    Authors: Meijing Zhou, Hong Wang, Jian Yu, Dan Luo, Min Zhu, Mei Zhang, Jingjing Xu and Tao Yang
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:123
  26. The extent to which the recent global COVID-19 Pandemic has impacted young people with restrictive eating disorders [i.e., anorexia nervosa (AN) and atypical anorexia nervosa (AAN)] is unclear. We conducted a ...

    Authors: Anna C. Schlissel, Tracy K. Richmond, Misha Eliasziw, Kristin Leonberg and Margie R. Skeer
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:122
  27. Limited evidence exists describing the impact to oral health when living with an eating disorder and the availability of information or access to oral health services. This study investigated the perceptions o...

    Authors: Tiffany Patterson-Norrie, Lucie Ramjan, Mariana S. Sousa and Ajesh George
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:121
  28. Authors: Kamolthip Ruckwongpatr, Mohsen Saffari, Xavier C. C. Fung, Kerry S. O’Brien, Yen-Ling Chang, Yi-Ching Lin, Chung-Ying Lin, Jung-Sheng Chen and Janet D. Latner
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:120

    The original article was published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:28

  29. Inclusion of underrepresented racial and ethnic groups in eating disorder (ED) research is a critical unmet need, but evidence-based recruitment strategies are lacking. We sought to determine whether methods w...

    Authors: Julianne Strauch, Alexandra Agnew, Erinne Meenaghan, Karen K. Miller and Melanie S. Haines
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:118
  30. A one-off sensory wellbeing workshop has been developed to help patients with eating disorders (ED) manage sensory sensitivities. The aim of this study was to evaluate and compare the outcomes of the workshop ...

    Authors: Zhuo Li, Victoria Holetic, Jessica Webb, Dimitri Chubinidze, Sarah Byford and Kate Tchanturia
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:117
  31. A large theoretical body of knowledge exists emphasizing the importance of parental mentalizing in the context of anorexia-nervosa (AN). However, the empirical support to these assumptions is still scarce. The...

    Authors: Dor Goshen, Daniel Stein, Jenny Kurman, Dan Farbstein, Adi Enoch-Levy, Erez Aival-Naveh, Eitan Gur, Neta Yoeli, Tali Bretler, Danny Koren and Lily Rothschild-Yakar
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:116
  32. The Inflexible Eating Questionnaire (IEQ) is an 11-item instrument designed to evaluate the behavioural and psychological components of inflexible eating. However, the psychometric properties of the instrument...

    Authors: Feten Fekih-Romdhane, Vanessa Azzi, Diana Malaeb, Abir Sarray El Dine, Sahar Obeid and Souheil Hallit
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:115
  33. Eating disorders, including anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating, have become a significant health concern among young children and adolescents worldwide. The objective of this study is to examine the probable ...

    Authors: Naji Al Mestaka, Amna Alneyadi, Ali AlAhbabi, Abdulla AlMatrushi, Rehab AlSaadi and Latifa Baynouna Alketbi
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:114
  34. The current review broadly summarises the evidence base for pharmacotherapies and adjunctive and alternative therapies in the treatment of eating disorders and disordered eating.

    Authors: Sarah-Catherine Rodan, Emma Bryant, Anvi Le, Danielle Maloney, Stephen Touyz, Iain S. McGregor and Sarah Maguire
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:112
  35. Eating disorder treatment approaches and outcome studies have historically centered almost exclusively on cisgender populations. Transgender and nonbinary (TGNB) adults are underrepresented in general and inte...

    Authors: Katie Heiden-Rootes, Whitney Linsenmeyer, Samantha Levine, Mark Oliveras and Miriam Joseph
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:111
  36. Most studies of body size perception have been performed in adolescents, and most focus on gender differences in accurate perception of body size. This study investigated misperceptions of body sizes among mal...

    Authors: Hui-Ching Weng, Sheng-Mao Chang, Jason C. Hsu, Yung-Ning Yang and Chung-Ying Lin
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:110
  37. Individuals seeking support or inspiration for eating disorder recovery may turn to pro-recovery content on social media sites such as TikTok. While research has thus far treated pro-recovery social media as a...

    Authors: Amanda K. Greene, Hannah N. Norling, Lisa M. Brownstone, Elana K. Maloul, Caity Roe and Sarah Moody
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:109
  38. Having suffered from longstanding anorexia nervosa (AN) for more than a decade, and after meeting many patients who have also been labelled as ‘treatment-resistant’, ‘treatment-refractory’, or similar terms, I...

    Authors: Alykhan Asaria
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:107
  39. Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is a restrictive eating disorder commonly associated with medical complications of undernutrition and low weight. In adolescence, a critical time for bone accr...

    Authors: Aluma Chovel Sella, Kendra R. Becker, Meghan Slattery, Kristine Hauser, Elisa Asanza, Casey Stern, Megan Kuhnle, Nadia Micali, Kamryn T. Eddy, Madhusmita Misra, Jennifer J. Thomas and Elizabeth A. Lawson
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:106
  40. Although the Farsi version of the Eating Disorder Examination-Questionnaire (F-EDE-Q) is frequently utilized to assess disordered eating in Iran, its factor structure, reliability, and validity have not been i...

    Authors: Reza N. Sahlan, Jessica F. Saunders, Patrycja Klimek-Johnson, Alexandra D. Convertino, Jason M. Lavender, Ellen E. Fitzsimmons-Craft and Jason M. Nagata
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:105
  41. Little is known about the prevalence and impairment associated with possible Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) in community adolescent populations. We aimed to investigate the prevalence, healt...

    Authors: Lara Van Buuren, Catharine Anne Kerle Fleming, Phillipa Hay, Kay Bussey, Nora Trompeter, Alexandra Lonergan and Deborah Mitchison
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:104

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:148

  42. The Eating Disorders Quality of Life instrument (EDQOL) is a disease-specific health related quality of life self-report questionnaire designed for disordered eating patients. Although the EDQOL is one of the ...

    Authors: Yolanda Quiles Marcos, Álvaro Ruiz Maciá, Javier Manchón López, Eva María León Zarceño, María José Quiles Sebastián, María Roncero Sanchís, Maite España Alustiza and Pilar Arribas Saiz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:103
  43. Binge-eating disorder) BED) is the most common eating disorder in the United-States. Daily, orally administered topiramate has shown BED treatment efficacy, with two major limitations: frequent and severe side...

    Authors: Ayala Kobo-Greenhut, Adit Zohar-Beja, Liron Hadar, Lior Itzhaki, Avraham Karasik, Yoseph Caraco, Hilel Frankenthal, Daniel Shahaf, Dana Ekstein, Iris Shichor and Eitan Gur
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:102
  44. Perfectionism is considered a vulnerability factor for eating disorders. However, the role of perfectionism in binge eating needs clarification due to notably inconsistencies between studies. The purpose to th...

    Authors: María Vicent, Carolina Gonzálvez, María José Quiles and Julio Sánchez-Meca
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:101

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