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  1. Enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT-E) is a promising treatment option for outpatients with anorexia nervosa (AN). We aimed to determine the effectiveness of CBT-E as a standard treatment for adult outp...

    Authors: Ute Kessler, Malin Mandelid Kleppe, Guro Årdal Rekkedal, Øyvind Rø and Yngvild Danielsen
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:15
  2. Eating disorders are often characterised as disabling, chronic or relapsing conditions with high mortality rates. This study reports follow-up outcomes for patients seen at the Maudsley Centre for Child and Ad...

    Authors: Catherine S. Stewart, Julian Baudinet, Alfonce Munuve, Antonia Bell, Anna Konstantellou, Ivan Eisler and Mima Simic
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:14
  3. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is a disorder characterized by an incapacitating fear of weight gain and by a disturbance in the way the body is experienced, facets that motivate dangerous weight loss behaviors. Multimo...

    Authors: Arpana Gupta, Ravi R. Bhatt, Alannah Rivera-Cancel, Rishi Makkar, Philip A. Kragel, Thomas Rodriguez, John L. Graner, Anita Alaverdyan, Kareem Hamadani, Priten Vora, Bruce Naliboff, Jennifer S. Labus, Kevin S. LaBar, Emeran A. Mayer and Nancy Zucker
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:13
  4. High mortality rates have been reported in patients with anorexia nervosa, mainly due to cardiovascular alterations. The purpose of the present study was to assess cardiac structural and functional abnormaliti...

    Authors: I. Flamarique, B. Vidal, M. T. Plana, S. Andrés-Perpiñá, M. Gárriz, P. Sánchez, C. Pajuelo, L. Mont and J. Castro-Fornieles
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:12
  5. Binge eating, a core diagnostic symptom in binge eating disorder and bulimia nervosa, increases the risk of multiple physiological and psychiatric disorders. The neurotransmitter dopamine is involved in food c...

    Authors: Yang Yu, Renee Miller and Susan W. Groth
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:11
  6. People with lived experience of eating disorders (ED) may be particularly vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated public health response due to exasperating situations such as social isolation, pres...

    Authors: Jane Miskovic-Wheatley, Eyza Koreshe, Marcellinus Kim, Rachel Simeone and Sarah Maguire
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:9

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:20

  7. Current research has found dramatic changes in the lives of those with eating disorders (EDs) during the COVID-19 pandemic. We build on existing research to investigate the long-term effects and adaptations th...

    Authors: Ashleigh N. Shields, Elise Taylor and Jessica R. Welch
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:8
  8. Eating disorders (ED) can reduce quality of life by limiting participation and performance in social and occupational roles, including paid or unpaid work. The association between ED pathologies and work parti...

    Authors: Fatima Safi, Anna M. Aniserowicz, Heather Colquhoun, Jill Stier and Behdin Nowrouzi-Kia
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:7
  9. Orthorexia nervosa (ON) is characterized by an excessive, obsessive concern with healthy eating generating psychological complications and even malnutrition at a caloric and protein level. Current evidence sug...

    Authors: Manuel Villa, Nicole Opawsky, Sara Manriquez, Nicole Ananías, Pablo Vergara-Barra and Marcell Leonario-Rodriguez
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:6
  10. The prevalence of disordered eating is increasing among adolescents in Asia. The prevalence and predictors of disordered eating in boys have often gone unrecognized. This study examined gender-specific respons...

    Authors: Duan-Rung Chen, Grace Sun and Brianna Levin
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:5
  11. Long-term consequences of comorbid autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in individuals with anorexia nervosa (AN) are inadequately investigated.

    Authors: Søren Nielsen, Sandra Rydberg Dobrescu, Lisa Dinkler, Carina Gillberg, Christopher Gillberg, Maria Råstam and Elisabet Wentz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:4
  12. Admissions to intensive treatment (i.e., inpatient [IP] and/or day patient [DP]) for individuals with severe anorexia nervosa (AN) are common. Growing literature indicates potential risks and benefits of each ...

    Authors: Hannah Webb, Bethan Dalton, Madeleine Irish, Daniela Mercado, Catherine McCombie, Gemma Peachey, Jon Arcelus, Katie Au, Hubertus Himmerich, A. Louise Johnston, Stanimira Lazarova, Tayeem Pathan, Paul Robinson, Janet Treasure, Ulrike Schmidt and Vanessa Lawrence
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:3
  13. For anorexia nervosa, firm evidence of the superiority of specialized psychological treatments is limited and economic evaluations of such treatments in real world settings are scarce. This consecutive cohort ...

    Authors: Elske van den Berg, Daniela Schlochtermeier, Jitske Koenders, Liselotte de Mooij, Margo de Jonge, Anna E. Goudriaan, Matthijs Blankers, Jaap Peen and Jack Dekker
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:2
  14. Growing evidence supports the effectiveness of Internet-based prevention programs for eating disorders, but the adjunctive benefit of synchronous peer support has yet to be investigated. In the current study, ...

    Authors: Kathina Ali, Daniel B. Fassnacht, Louise M. Farrer, Elizabeth Rieger, Markus Moessner, Stephanie Bauer and Kathleen M. Griffiths
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:1
  15. Inherent to anorexia nervosa are repetitive thoughts about weight and shape. Growing research suggests the relevance of intolerance of uncertainty and worry in maintaining these types of repetitive thoughts. T...

    Authors: Jojanneke M. Bijsterbosch, Anouk Keizer, Paul A. Boelen, Femke van den Brink, Unna N. Danner and Lot C. Sternheim
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:164
  16. Eating disorders (ED) can adversely affect the psychological health of patients’ caregivers. The present study aimed to validate a Japanese version of the Family Coping Questionnaire for Eating Disorders (FCQ-...

    Authors: Seraki Miyamoto, Saki Harashima and Kazuhiro Yoshiuchi
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:163
  17. Individuals with anorexia nervosa (AN) often present with substance use and substance use disorders (SUDs). However, the prevalence of substance use and SUDs in AN has not been studied in-depth, especially the...

    Authors: Daniel J. Devoe, Gina Dimitropoulos, Alida Anderson, Anees Bahji, Jordyn Flanagan, Andrea Soumbasis, Scott B. Patten, Tom Lange and Georgios Paslakis
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:161
  18. The nutritional rehabilitation of malnourished patients hospitalised with anorexia nervosa is essential. The provision of adequate nutrition must occur, while simultaneously, minimising the risk of refeeding c...

    Authors: Elizabeth Kumiko Parker, Victoria Flood, Mark Halaki, Christine Wearne, Gail Anderson, Linette Gomes, Simon Clarke, Frances Wilson, Janice Russell, Elizabeth Frig and Michael Kohn
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:160
  19. Eating disorders (ED) and disordered eating (DE) are highly prevalent in athletes. Coaches can play a role in the prevention of EDs and DE behaviours and are well placed to support athletes with an ED. However...

    Authors: Rebecca L. Haslam, Erin D. Clarke, Scarlett Gray, Rachel Gearon and Kirrilly Pursey
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:159
  20. This study examined the mediating effect of sense of control and the moderating effect of coronavirus stress on the relationship between life history strategy and overeating among Chinese college students duri...

    Authors: Baojuan Ye, Ruining Wang, Mingfan Liu, Xinqiang Wang and Qiang Yang
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:158
  21. Family-based interventions are widely recommended as a first line treatment for children and young people with Anorexia Nervosa. There is clear evidence that model-adherent delivery of specific eating disorder...

    Authors: Rachel Loomes and Rachel Bryant-Waugh
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:157
  22. Eating disorders are serious conditions that cause major suffering for patients and their families. Better knowledge about perceptions of eating disorders and their treatment, and which factors that facilitate...

    Authors: Sanna Aila Gustafsson, Karin Stenström, Hanna Olofsson, Agneta Pettersson and Karin Wilbe Ramsay
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:156
  23. Young adults and especially those with pre-existing mental health conditions, such as disordered eating and self-harm, appear to be at greater risk of developing metal health problems during the COVID-19 pande...

    Authors: Naomi Warne, Jon Heron, Becky Mars, Alex S. F. Kwong, Francesca Solmi, Rebecca Pearson, Paul Moran and Helen Bould
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:155
  24. Living in a food-insecure or food insufficient household may increase risk for binge eating and obesity. Because racial disparities in food access, obesity, and access to treatment for disordered eating exist,...

    Authors: Rachel W. Goode, Hunna J. Watson, Rainier Masa and Cynthia M. Bulik
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:154
  25. The high co-occurrence of non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) behaviours and eating disorder (ED) symptoms suggests these conditions share common aetiological processes. We assessed a new integrative model of shar...

    Authors: Isabel Krug, Mercedes Delgado Arroyo, Sarah Giles, An Binh Dang, Litza Kiropoulos, Tara De Paoli, Kim Buck, Janet Treasure and Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:153
  26. Both eating disorders and excessive internet use represent significant health issues for contemporary adolescents. Yet, the link between them has seldom been investigated. We aim to study this association thro...

    Authors: Nika Šablatúrová, Jaroslav Gottfried, Lukas Blinka, Anna Ševčíková and Daniela Husarova
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:152
  27. Family-based treatment (FBT) is the current treatment of choice for adolescent AN based on positive outcomes that include weight restoration in around two-thirds of adolescents. Nevertheless around a quarter d...

    Authors: Janet Conti, Caroline Joyce, Simone Natoli, Kelsey Skeoch and Phillipa Hay
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:151
  28. A question frequently raised in the field is whether evidence-based interventions have adequate translational capacity for delivery in real-world settings where patients are presumed to be more complex, clinic...

    Authors: Kristen E. Anderson, Sara G. Desai, Rodie Zalaznik, Natalia Zielinski and Katharine L. Loeb
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:150
  29. A common complaint of individuals suffering from mental health conditions is feeling invalidated or misunderstood by care providers. This is notable, given that non-collaborative care has been linked to poor e...

    Authors: Josie Geller, A. Fernandes, S. Srikameswaran, R. Pullmer and S. Marshall
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:149
  30. Even if bariatric surgery is considered the most effective therapeutic approach, it is not equally successful among individuals suffering from severe obesity and candidates for this weight loss surgery. Among ...

    Authors: Farid Benzerouk, Monique Guénin, Fabien Gierski, Delphine Raucher-Chéné, Sarah Barrière, Eric Bertin and Arthur Kaladjian
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:148
  31. Eating disorders (EDs) are severe mental illnesses, with high morbidity, mortality, and societal burden. EDs are extremely heterogenous, and only 50% of patients currently respond to first-line treatments. Per...

    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 2021 9:147

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2022 10:99

  32. Stimulant laxative abuse as a purging behavior can be profound in those with eating disorders. However, the psychopathology leading to stimulant laxative abuse is poorly understood. Furthermore, the medical im...

    Authors: Dennis Gibson, Jodie Benabe, Ashlie Watters, Judy Oakes and Philip S. Mehler
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:146
  33. Several unsuccessful attempts have been made to reach a cross-disciplinary consensus on issues fundamental to the field of eating disorders in the United States (U.S.). In January 2020, 25 prominent clinicians...

    Authors: Donald Blackwell, Carolyn Becker, Ovidio Bermudez, Michael E. Berrett, Gayle E. Brooks, Douglas W. Bunnell, Dena Cabrera, Carolyn Costin, Nancy Hemendinger, Craig Johnson, Kelly L. Klump, Cheri A. Levinson, Michael Lutter, Margo Maine, Carrie J. McAdams, Beth Hartman McGilley…
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:145
  34. A long duration of untreated illness (DUI) is an unfavorable prognostic factor in anorexia nervosa (AN) and is associated with chronic illness progression. Although previous preventive measures aimed at reduci...

    Authors: Laurence Reuter, Denise Kästner, Justine Schmidt, Angelika Weigel, Ulrich Voderholzer, Marion Seidel, Bianca Schwennen, Helge Fehrs, Bernd Löwe and Antje Gumz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:144
  35. The aim of this quality-assessment study was to determine the outcome of patients with severe and extreme anorexia nervosa (AN) in a real-world outpatient setting.

    Authors: Stein Frostad, Simona Calugi, Caroline B. N. Engen and Riccardo Dalle Grave
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:143
  36. Despite common misconceptions, an individual may be seriously ill with a restrictive eating disorder without an outwardly recognizable physical sign of the illness. The aim of this qualitative study was to inv...

    Authors: Kari Eiring, Trine Wiig Hage and Deborah Lynn Reas
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:142
  37. Family-based treatment (FBT) has demonstrated efficacy for anorexia nervosa (AN) in youth in randomized, controlled trials. It is important to assess if it shows a similar effectiveness when implemented in sta...

    Authors: Mette Bentz, Signe Holm Pedersen and Ulla Moslet
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:141
  38. Emotional eating refers to overeating triggered by emotional experiences and may cause significant psychological distress and health problems. Thus, it is important to better understand its underlying mechanis...

    Authors: Hilla Sambal, Cara Bohon and Noam Weinbach
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:140
  39. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is characterized by dysfunctional cognitions including cognitive biases at various levels of information processing. However, less is known about the specificity of these biases, i.e., if...

    Authors: Anca Sfärlea, Linda Lukas, Gerd Schulte-Körne and Belinda Platt
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:139
  40. Burnout is commonly associated with low workplace wellbeing. Patients with eating disorders are frequently referred to as a particularly challenging group to treat. It is therefore important to study healthcar...

    Authors: Trine Wiig Hage, Karin Isaksson Rø and Øyvind Rø
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:138
  41. Body image disturbance is central to both the understanding and treatment of anorexia nervosa (AN); however, the underlying psychological processes involved are still not well understood. One way towards a bet...

    Authors: Hannah Katznelson, Sarah I. F. Daniel, Stig Poulsen, Susanne Lunn, Bernadette Buhl-Nielsen and Jan Magnus Sjögren
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:137
  42. Research on risk factors associated with bulimia nervosa symptoms (BN) in ethnic minorities has been limited. This study adds to the existing literature by providing the ethnicity- and gender-specific prevalen...

    Authors: Vladislav Ruchkin, Johan Isaksson, Mary Schwab-Stone and Andrew Stickley
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:136
  43. To describe the characteristics of the patients, as well as the treatment outcomes for the people treated in an Endocrinology and Nutrition unit with a diagnosis of SE-ED (> 7 years evolution despite evidence-...

    Authors: Ana Piñar-Gutiérrez, Elena Dios-Fuentes, Pablo Remón-Ruiz, Diego Del Can-Sánchez, Antonio Vázquez-Morejón, Marta López-Narbona, Javier Dastis-Rodríguez de Guzmán, Eva Venegas-Moreno and Alfonso Soto-Moreno
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:135
  44. Binge eating disorder is a common eating disorder among the adolescent population. The available literature in the Middle East in general, and Lebanon specifically, is relatively scarce and/or outdated. The ob...

    Authors: Anthony Mina, Souheil Hallit, Radoslaw Rogoza, Sahar Obeid and Michel Soufia
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:134
  45. Cognitive interventions may be effective in weight loss. The purpose of this study was to assess if cognitive reappraisal (CR; reframing the meaning of a stimulus in order to change the resulting emotional res...

    Authors: Lilac Lev-Ari, Hamutal Kreiner and Omer Avni
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:133
  46. Emerging research indicates that binge eating (BE; consuming unusually large amounts of food in one siting while feeling a loss of control) is prevalent among older women. Yet, health correlates of BE in older...

    Authors: Salomé Adelia Wilfred, Carolyn Black Becker, Kathryn E. Kanzler, Nicolas Musi, Sara E. Espinoza and Lisa Smith Kilpela
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:132

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