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  1. Although previous reviews suggest a strong association between abuse and eating disorders, less is known about non-abuse adverse life experiences, such as parental mental illness or family discord, which occur...

    Authors: Katie Grogan, Diarmuid MacGarry, Jessica Bramham, Mary Scriven, Caroline Maher and Amanda Fitzgerald
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:36
  2. The Eating Disorder Assessment for DSM-5 (EDA-5) is an electronic, semi-structured interview developed to assess feeding and eating disorders following DSM-5 criteria. The original English version has strong p...

    Authors: Camilla Lindvall Dahlgren, B. Timothy Walsh, Karianne Vrabel, Cecilie Siegwarth and Øyvind Rø
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:30
  3. Unhealthy attitudes towards sport and problematic exercise behavior in eating disorders (ED) are common and associated with poorer treatment outcome and higher relapse rates. There is a need to develop and emp...

    Authors: Almut Zeeck, Sabine Schlegel, Friederike Jagau, Claas Lahmann and Armin Hartmann
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:31
  4. Interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) can be effective for both Bulimia Nervosa (BN) and co-occurring depression. While changes in symptoms of Eating disorder (ED) and depression have been found to correlate, it i...

    Authors: Malin Bäck, Fredrik Falkenström, Sanna Aila Gustafsson, Gerhard Andersson and Rolf Holmqvist
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:33
  5. Recommended first line treatment for children and adolescent eating disorders is outpatient therapy. However, a significant number of children and adolescents with eating disorders continue to require inpatien...

    Authors: Leanna Isserlin, Wendy Spettigue, Mark Norris and Jennifer Couturier
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:32
  6. Recent research has identified several cognitive biases in patients with eating disorders, such as a tendency to interpret ambiguous information about one’s own body in a negative way. The so-called “negative ...

    Authors: Silvia Bradatsch, Marlene Dorit Vahl, Rachel Potterton, Gemma Gordon, Ulrike Schmidt and Timo Brockmeyer
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:34
  7. After receiving intensive medical treatment; individuals with eating disorders often require ongoing care to maintain their recovery, build social networks, and reduce risk of relapse.

    Authors: Freya Hanly, Benjamin Torrens-Witherow, Narelle Warren, David Castle, Andrea Phillipou, Jennifer Beveridge, Zoe Jenkins, Richard Newton and Leah Brennan
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:29
  8. This study aimed to examine the psychometric properties of the Portuguese version of the Body Investment Scale (BIS) in a nonclinical sample of students and a clinical sample of outpatients with eating disorde...

    Authors: Ana Isabel Vieira, Joana Fernandes, Paulo P. P. Machado and Sónia Gonçalves
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:24
  9. Extreme anorexia nervosa (AN) is defined as a BMI < 15 kg/m2 in those meeting DSM-V diagnostic criteria for AN. This study seeks to define the frequency of medical complications in this group of patients in order...

    Authors: Dennis Gibson, Ashlie Watters, Jeana Cost, Margherita Mascolo and Philip S. Mehler
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:25
  10. Women with eating disorders generally perform more poorly on measures of alexithymia, defined as difficulty identifying and describing emotions, and theory of mind, or the ability to infer what others are thin...

    Authors: Jillon S. Vander Wal, Alicia A. Kauffman and Zachary A. Soulliard
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:28
  11. Current guidelines recommend cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) as the treatment of choice for binge eating disorder (BED). Although CBT is quite effective, a substantial number of patients do not reach abstinen...

    Authors: Mirjam W. Lammers, Maartje S. Vroling, Ross D. Crosby and Tatjana van Strien
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:27

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2021 9:165

  12. This study investigated the association between body dissatisfaction (BD), addiction to exercise and risk behaviors to eating disorders (EDs) among Brazilian exercise practitioners, besides comparing the varia...

    Authors: Gabriel Lucas Morais Freire, Josy Rawane da Silva Paulo, Adson Alves da Silva, Roseana Pacheco Reis Batista, Juliana Fonseca Nogueira Alves and José Roberto Andrade do Nascimento Junior
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:23
  13. Individuals with eating disorders (EDs) frequently report interpersonal and affective dysfunction. A useful lens for uniting these ideas is through the framework of interpersonal emotion regulation (IER), whic...

    Authors: Kara A. Christensen and Ann F. Haynos
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:21
  14. Studies of the use and effects of physical restraint in anorexia nervosa (AN) treatment are lacking. The purpose of this study was to describe the frequency of physical restraint in a specialized program for a...

    Authors: Thomas Blikshavn, Inger Halvorsen and Øyvind Rø
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:20
  15. This reflective piece, written by a woman with an eating disorder aims to identify the impact of COVID-19 on persons living with eating disorders and provide a social justice approach as a resolution. The auth...

    Authors: Margaret Janse van Rensburg
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:26
  16. Body image disturbance and alexithymia are two core aspects of Eating Disorders (EDs). However, standard treatments for EDs do not include specific techniques to approach these issues on a bodily level. This p...

    Authors: Maria Savidaki, Sezin Demirtoka and Rosa-María Rodríguez-Jiménez
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:22
  17. Recommended treatment for adolescent anorexia nervosa (AN) is usually family-based and an overarching treatment aim is to empower the parents to manage the difficult meals and aid their child toward recovery. ...

    Authors: Jan-Vegard Nilsen, Trine Wiig Hage, Øyvind Rø, Inger Halvorsen and Hanne Weie Oddli
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:18
  18. Food addiction receives attention because of its participation in the rising obesity prevalence that affects the quality of life. The Czech Republic’s prevalence of obesity belongs to the highest in Europe.

    Authors: Helena Pipová, Natália Kaščáková, Jana Fürstová and Peter Tavel
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:16
  19. Emotion dysregulation and negative self-directed behaviors are key characteristics of eating disorders (EDs), but their interaction in relation to ED psychopathology is insufficiently explored, and empirically...

    Authors: Elin Monell, David Clinton and Andreas Birgegård
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:17
  20. Findings are mixed regarding the association of electroencephalographic (EEG) attentional bias measures and body weight, with few studies measuring food craving or intake and no study reporting oscillatory mea...

    Authors: Stefanie C. Biehl, Julian Keil, Eva Naumann and Jennifer Svaldi
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:14
  21. Emotion regulation difficulties appear to play a role in the development and maintenance of several eating disorders. This pilot study aimed at examining whether a short add-on group skills training in emotion...

    Authors: Kristina Holmqvist Larsson, Anna Lowén, Linda Hellerstedt, Linn Bergcrona, Mimmi Salerud and Maria Zetterqvist
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:12
  22. The concept of ‘food addiction’ (FA) posits that highly processed food with added fat and/or refined carbohydrates is capable of triggering addictive-like eating behavior. FA may be one possible phenotype in o...

    Authors: Anne Schienle, Isabella Unger and Albert Wabnegger
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:13
  23. This study aimed to support previous research conducted with First-Australians (FA) by establishing the prevalence of eating disorders, and their demographic distribution and burden in adolescent First-Austral...

    Authors: Adam Burt, Deborah Mitchison, Elizabeth Dale, Kay Bussey, Nora Trompeter, Alexandra Lonergan and Phillipa Hay
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:10
  24. Eating disorders are serious illnesses leading to a substantially lowered quality of life not only for the patient but also for their family. They are difficult to treat, and many patients fail to complete the...

    Authors: Tove Skarbø and Steven M. Balmbra
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:9
  25. While exercise and physical activity are important parts of a healthy life, there is evidence that some individuals exercise to a degree which may jeopardize their health. These individuals may in some cases b...

    Authors: Flora Colledge, Robyn Cody, Uwe Pühse and Markus Gerber
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:8
  26. People with diabetes have been shown to be at risk for disordered eating compared to their non-diabetic peers. However, the majority of studies have been conducted in relatively small samples drawn from clinic...

    Authors: Kirrilly M. Pursey, Phillipa Hay, Kay Bussey, Nora Trompeter, Alexandra Lonergan, Kathleen M. Pike, Jonathon Mond and Deborah Mitchison
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:5
  27. Patients suffering from eating disorders (ED) have a substantially increased risk for developing poor oral health. In this regard, dietary habits in combination with obsessive behavior as well as the expressio...

    Authors: Ann-Katrin Johansson, Claes Norring, Lennart Unell and Anders Johansson
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:7
  28. In the publication of this article [1], there is an error with an abbreviation.

    Authors: Johannes Baltasar Hessler, Sandra Schlegl, Martin Greetfeld and Ulrich Voderholzer
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:6

    The original article was published in Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:19

  29. Eating Disorders (ED) are relatively common in the general population. However, perceived as “female disorders”, EDs in men are often overlooked. Although recovery is often seen as the ideal end goal of ED, th...

    Authors: Ranidu S. Lewke-Bandara, Priyanka Thapliyal, Janet Conti and Phillipa Hay
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:3
  30. Eating disorders are common and serious conditions affecting up to 4% of the population. The mortality rate is high. Despite the seriousness and prevalence of eating disorders in children and adolescents, no C...

    Authors: Jennifer Couturier, Leanna Isserlin, Mark Norris, Wendy Spettigue, Melissa Brouwers, Melissa Kimber, Gail McVey, Cheryl Webb, Sheri Findlay, Neera Bhatnagar, Natasha Snelgrove, Amanda Ritsma, Wendy Preskow, Catherine Miller, Jennifer Coelho, Ahmed Boachie…
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:4
  31. Many patients with obesity and comorbid binge eating symptoms present with the desire to lose weight. Although some studies suggest that dietary restriction can exacerbate binge eating, others show dietary res...

    Authors: Matthew Carmen, Debra Lynn Safer, Laura R. Saslow, Tro Kalayjian, Ashley E. Mason, Eric C. Westman and Shebani Sethi Dalai
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:2
  32. Treatment outcomes in anorexia nervosa (AN) remain suboptimal, evidencing the need for better and more targeted treatments. Whilst the aetiology of AN is complex, cognitive processes such as attention bias (AB...

    Authors: Daniela Mercado, Ulrike Schmidt, Owen G. O’Daly, Iain C. Campbell and Jessica Werthmann
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2020 8:1
  33. The drive for muscularity behaviors are very common in male athletes, especially in male bodybuilders. Studies have related drive for muscularity behaviors to body dissatisfaction, eating disorders and muscle ...

    Authors: Lisa Chaba, Fabienne d’Arripe-Longueville, Vanessa Lentillon-Kaestner and Stéphanie Scoffier-Mériaux
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:44
  34. The aim of this paper is to give a conceptual comparison of family-based treatment (FBT), a specific form of family therapy, and enhanced cognitive behavior therapy (CBT-E) in the management of adolescents wit...

    Authors: Riccardo Dalle Grave, Sarah Eckhardt, Simona Calugi and Daniel Le Grange
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:42
  35. Extensive support exists for objectification theory’s original aim of explaining patterns of women’s mental health risk through a sociocultural lens. One pathway in objectification theory proposes a mediationa...

    Authors: Lisa Smith Kilpela, Rachel Calogero, Salomé A. Wilfred, Christina L. Verzijl, Willie J. Hale and Carolyn Black Becker
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:45
  36. To test the psychometric properties of the Arabic version of the Binge Eating Scale (BES), a self-questionnaire assessing binge eating, in a sample of the Lebanese population. The secondary objective was to ev...

    Authors: Rouba Karen Zeidan, Chadia Haddad, Rabih Hallit, Marwan Akel, Karl Honein, Maria Akiki, Nelly Kheir, Souheil Hallit and Sahar Obeid
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:40
  37. Among adolescent girls, anorexia nervosa (AN) and major depression (MD) are common and often comorbid mental health problems. Both disorders are characterised by difficulties in recognising and verbalising (al...

    Authors: Anca Sfärlea, Sandra Dehning, Lena Katharina Keller and Gerd Schulte-Körne
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:41
  38. The Night Eating Diagnostic Questionnaire (NEDQ) is a validated assessment of the night eating syndrome (NES) based on the proposed diagnostic criteria. While past results show that NEDQ is associated with psy...

    Authors: Laurence J. Nolan and Allan Geliebter
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:39
  39. Osteoporosis represents a common and severe complication in patients with anorexia nervosa (AN) that normally persists despite weight restoration and the resumption of regular menses. The condition may result ...

    Authors: Pratibha Anand and Philip S. Mehler
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:38
  40. Eating disorders (ED) and disordered eating behaviours (DEB) have been found to be common in people with diabetes mellitus (DM). However, findings have been inconsistent.

    Authors: Danilo Dias Santana, Deborah Mitchison, David Gonzalez-Chica, Stephen Touyz, Nigel Stocks, Jose Carlos Appolinario, Gloria Valeria da Veiga and Phillipa Hay
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:35
  41. This case report discusses the presentation and treatment of a nine-year-old female with a history of significant weight loss and food refusal using a combined approach of Family-Based Treatment (FBT) and the ...

    Authors: Sarah Eckhardt, Carolyn Martell, Kristina Duncombe Lowe, Daniel Le Grange and Jill Ehrenreich-May
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:34
  42. The prevalence of disordered eating attitudes and body dissatisfaction based on muscularity and body fat was investigated among male college students in Kuwait with a range of body mass index values including ...

    Authors: Mariam Ebrahim, Dalal Alkazemi, Tasleem A. Zafar and Stan Kubow
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:37
  43. Binge Eating Disorder (BED) is the most common eating disorder. Patients with BED are often not diagnosed, nor offered adequate specific treatment. A great number of those who receive recommended treatment do ...

    Authors: Marit Nilsen Albertsen, Eli Natvik and Målfrid Råheim
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:36
  44. Eating disorders pose a serious challenge to health services due to psychosocial and medical problems. Binge eating disorder (BED) is characterized as a pattern of overeating episodes followed by shame, distre...

    Authors: Manal M. Badrasawi and Souzan J. Zidan
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2019 7:33

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