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  1. Eating Disorders (ED) are severe and costly mental health disorders. The effects of existing treatment approaches are limited and there is a need to develop novel interventions, including digital strategies th...

    Authors: Maria Mercedes Guala, Aida Bikic, Kim Bul, David Clinton, Anna Mejdal, Helene Nygaard Nielsen, Elsebeth Stenager and Anette Søgaard Nielsen
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:35
  2. Few studies have investigated how the plethora of contemporary social media (SM) platforms relate to, and influence eating disorder (ED) pathology, appearance ideals and pressure to conform to these ideals in ...

    Authors: Camilla Lindvall Dahlgren, Christine Sundgot-Borgen, Ingela Lundin Kvalem, Anne-Louise Wennersberg and Line Wisting
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:34
  3. Previous studies have suggested that response-style strategies (rumination, problem-solving, and distraction) can be risk or protective factors for the development of abnormal eating behaviors/attitudes (AEB) ...

    Authors: Yasuo Murayama, Hiroyuki Ito, Megumi Hamada, Nobuya Takayanagi, Takahiro Nakajima, Mitsunori Myogan and Masatsugu Tsujii
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:33
  4. Digital mental health interventions (DMHIs) are getting increasingly important for mental health care. In the case of eating disorders (EDs), DMHIs are still in early stages. Few studies so far investigated th...

    Authors: Gwendolyn Mayer, Diana Lemmer, Ina Michelsen, Pauline Schrader, Hans-Christoph Friederich and Stephanie Bauer
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:32
  5. Orthorexia nervosa, defined as a fixation on eating healthy according to subjective criteria, is recently being discussed as another variant of disordered eating behavior. Further characteristics are rigid ad...

    Authors: Friederike Barthels, Maren Fischer, Raphaela Keskini, Amelie Marie Schöl and Reinhard Pietrowsky
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:31
  6. The nine item avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder screen (NIAS) is a short and practical assessment tool specific to ARFID with three ARFID phenotypes such as “Picky eating,” “Fear,” and “Appetite”. This...

    Authors: Hakan Öğütlü, Meryem Kaşak, Uğur Doğan, Hana F. Zickgraf and Mehmet Hakan Türkçapar
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:30
  7. Eating disorders are a worldwide public health concern with the United States having a particularly high prevalence. Eating disorders are of particular concern to the Department of Defense and Military Health ...

    Authors: Jessica Korona-Bailey, Amanda Banaag, Jasmine Walker, Stephanie Fortin, Megan Eyeler and Tracey Pérez Koehlmoos
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:29
  8. Previous research has demonstrated that early weight gain in family-based treatment (FBT) is predictive of remission for adolescents with anorexia nervosa (AN). However, no published data has addressed if earl...

    Authors: Taylor R. Perry, Kelly Cai, David Freestone, Dori M. Steinberg, Cara Bohon, Jessie E. Menzel and Jessica H. Baker
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:27
  9. The relationship between adolescent obesity and eating disorders is an issue that needs urgent attention. Screening for eating disorders is as important as dietary interventions to treat obesity. This study ai...

    Authors: Emine Yassıbaş, Hatice Bölükbaşı, İrem Efran Turan, Ayşe Mine Demirel and Eray Gürler
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:25
  10. The purpose of this meta-analysis was to provide a pooled prevalence estimate of self-reported disordered eating (SRDE) in athletes based on the available literature, and to identify risk factors for their occ...

    Authors: Hadeel A. Ghazzawi, Lana S. Nimer, Areen Jamal Haddad, Omar A. Alhaj, Adam T. Amawi, Seithikurippu R. Pandi-Perumal, Khaled Trabelsi, Mary V. Seeman and Haitham Jahrami
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:24
  11. This research explores experiences of compassion among 2S/LGBTQ + Canadians living with eating disorders in the context of eating disorder treatment and community support. There is a growing body of scholarshi...

    Authors: Megan White, Andrew Thomas, Megan Aston and Phillip Joy
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:23
  12. Outpatient family-based treatment (FBT) is effective in treating restrictive eating disorders among adolescents. However, little is known about whether FBT reduces higher level of care (HLOC) utilization or if...

    Authors: Josephine S. Lau, Andrea H. Kline-Simon, Julie A. Schmittdiel and Stacy A. Sterling
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:22
  13. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is associated with abnormalities that may increase the risk of future cardiovascular disease. This study assessed the cardiovascular health of individuals who recovered from AN during ado...

    Authors: Gabriella A. C. Springall, Greta Goldsmith, Diana Zannino, Jeanie Cheong, Jonathan P. Mynard, Michele Yeo and Michael M. H. Cheung
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:21
  14. Exploration of client identity negotiations during treatment for Anorexia Nervosa (AN) is a relatively new area of research. Research suggests that difficulties with identity negotiations may present as a barr...

    Authors: Lauren Heywood, Janet Conti, Stephen Touyz, Sloan Madden and Phillipa Hay
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:20
  15. Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) and anorexia nervosa (AN) are the two primary restrictive eating disorders; however, they are driven by differing motives for inadequate dietary intake. Despit...

    Authors: Casey M. Stern, Iman McPherson, Melissa J. Dreier, Kathryn Coniglio, Lilian P. Palmer, Julia Gydus, Haley Graver, Laura T. Germine, Nassim Tabri, Shirley B. Wang, Lauren Breithaupt, Kamryn T. Eddy, Jennifer J. Thomas, Franziska Plessow and Kendra R. Becker
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:19
  16. Many young women are dissatisfied with their bodies. This study investigated the effect on current body dissatisfaction levels of a newly developed evaluative conditioning procedure that paired self-similar an...

    Authors: Katharina Dumstorf, Georg Halbeisen and Georgios Paslakis
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:18
  17. The vegetarian vegan eating disorder screener (V-EDS) is an 18-item self-report screening tool designed to assess the unique elements of eating disorder symptomology in vegetarians and vegans. Previous results...

    Authors: Courtney P. McLean, Zhibin Chen, Joanne Fielding and Gemma Sharp
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:17
  18. Overcontrol and undercontrol personality types have been associated with an increase in eating pathology, depression and anxiety. The aim of the research was to explore whether latent overcontrol and undercont...

    Authors: Tanya Gilmartin, Joanna F. Dipnall, Caroline Gurvich and Gemma Sharp
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:16
  19. Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is now recognized as a feeding/eating disorder that affects individuals across the lifespan, but research on ARFID in general and particularly in adults remain...

    Authors: Danielle E. MacDonald, Rachel Liebman and Kathryn Trottier
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:15
  20. The Modified Yale Food Addiction Scale 2.0 (mYFAS 2.0) was developed with the primary objective of evaluating food addiction (FA). The present study aimed to undertake the translation, pilot testing, and evalu...

    Authors: Mohammad Niroumand Sarvandani, Masoud Asadi, Balal Izanloo, Maryam Soleimani, Faezeh Mahdavi, Ashley N. Gearhardt, Qing-Wei Chen, Nasrin Ghadiri Varzaneh, Roya Taghadosiniya, Hamed Ghazvini, Maryam Khoramrooz and Raheleh Rafaiee
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:14
  21. Existing descriptions of the treatment of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) at higher levels of care (HLOC) for eating disorders are limited, despite HLOC settings frequently serving patients w...

    Authors: Brianne N. Richson, Danielle C. Deville, Christina E. Wierenga, Walter H. Kaye and Ana L. Ramirez
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:13
  22. Family therapy for anorexia nervosa (FT-AN) is the first line recommended treatment for child and adolescent anorexia nervosa. Despite evidence of its efficacy, little is understood about the treatment mechani...

    Authors: Julian Baudinet, Ivan Eisler, Anna Konstantellou, Mima Simic and Ulrike Schmidt
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:11
  23. Pica and avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder are two of the three new eating and feeding disorders introduced in the DSM-5, this inclusion has drawn attention to the immediate need for research into thei...

    Authors: Sara Aleem Haqqi and Siddrah Irfan
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:10
  24. Eating disorders (EDs) have a worldwide prevalence of 7.8%, with towering mortality rates and high healthcare costs. The current recommended treatment for EDs principally works by directly targeting ED thought...

    Authors: Laura Vuillier, M. Greville-Harris, C. V. Talbot, L. May and R. L. Moseley
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:9
  25. Eating disorders are characterized by disturbances in nutritional intake and abnormal mealtime behaviors. Laboratory eating paradigms offer a unique opportunity to accurately measure dietary intake and eating ...

    Authors: Marita Cooper, Connor Mears, Kerri Heckert, Natalia Orloff, Rebecka Peebles and C. Alix Timko
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:8
  26. In rehabilitating eating disorders (ED), mealtimes are critical but often induce stress, both for restrictive and binge-purge disorders. Although preliminary data indicate a positive effect of music during mea...

    Authors: Paolo Meneguzzo, Elisa Baron, Silvia Marchesin, Anna Maria Andretta, Lisa Nalesso, Sonia Stella and Patrizia Todisco
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:7
  27. Eating disorder (ED) symptoms have been associated with different types of traumatic events, such as exposure to sexual and physical violence, and emotional abuse. However, the relation between ED symptoms and...

    Authors: Martina Isaksson, Johan Isaksson, Mary Schwab-Stone and Vladislav Ruchkin
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:6
  28. The current study examined whether risk factors for anorexia nervosa (AN) were related to different levels of severity based on (a) the DSM-5/body mass index (BMI) and (b) drive for thinness (DT) severity rati...

    Authors: An Binh Dang, Litza Kiropoulos, Marija Anderluh, David Collier, Fernando Fernandez-Aranda, Andreas Karwautz, Janet Treasure, Gudrun Wagner and Isabel Krug
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:5
  29. Eating disorders have one of the highest mortality of all mental illnesses but are associated with low rates of screening and early intervention. In addition, there remains considerable uncertainty regarding t...

    Authors: Courtney P. McLean, Zhibin Chen, Richard Song, Jessica Le, Joanne Fielding and Gemma Sharp
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:4
  30. Eating disorders (EDs) are severe mental illnesses associated with significant morbidity and mortality. EDs are more prevalent among females and adolescents. Limited research has investigated Canadian trends o...

    Authors: Stephanie Toigo, Debra K. Katzman, Ellie Vyver, Steven R. McFaull, Ithayavani Iynkkaran and Wendy Thompson
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:3
  31. It is well known that COVID-19 significantly disrupted the routines of school sports for adolescent athletes. In transitioning from this “change event,” athletes may need support with resuming their pre-pandem...

    Authors: Morteza Homayounnia Firouzjah, Heather Hower and Shahnaz Shahrbanian
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:2
  32. Patients with eating disorders (ED) typically report delays between the onset of symptoms and engagement with treatment services. Personal barriers including stigma, shame, and guilt, as well as the availabili...

    Authors: Melissa-Claire Daugelat, Joachim Kimmerle, Daniela Hagmann, Kathrin Schag and Katrin Elisabeth Giel
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2024 12:1
  33. Although eating disorder (ED) models display some differences in theory and treatment approach, cognitive-behavioural, schema-focused, and disorder-specific models all highlight the fundamental nature of cogni...

    Authors: Amaani H. Hatoum, Amy L. Burton, Sophie L. Berry and Maree J. Abbott
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:233
  34. Both eating disorder (ED) prevention and weight management interventions often focus on the thin ideal. Yet, many Black and Latina women do not view thinness as their body ideal. This study used focus groups t...

    Authors: Courtney C. Simpson, Rachel L. Boutté, C. Blair Burnette, Madison Weinstock, Neha Goel and Suzanne E. Mazzeo
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:232
  35. Studies investigating motives for social networking sites (SNS) use amongst people with eating disorder (ED) symptoms are scarce. The uses and gratifications theory states that people actively select media con...

    Authors: Alexandra E. Dingemans, Jolanda Veldhuis and Irene Lähde
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:231
  36. Despite previous studies highlighting the benefits of social media use during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly under lockdown, limited research has identified the potential detrimental consequences of socia...

    Authors: Bijie Tie, Chengquan Zhu, Jinbo He and Jiang Qiu
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:230
  37. Weight based stigma might drive the development of both higher weight and binge eating disorder (BED). To improve treatment and outcomes, a deeper understanding of how stigma and shame are correlated in clinic...

    Authors: Kjersti Hognes Berg, Eli Natvik and Trine Tetlie Eik-Nes
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:228
  38. Anorexia nervosa (AN) is characterized by emaciation, hyperactivity, and amenorrhea. Imaging studies in AN patients have revealed reductions in grey and white matter volume, which correlate with the severity o...

    Authors: Annelie Zimmermann, Natalie Böge, Katharina Schuster, Anna Staffeld, Stephan Lang, Sadaf Gill, Hanna Rupprecht and Linda Frintrop
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:227
  39. Appetite suppression and weight loss are established potential side effects of most medications for attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). These side effects may be especially problematic when using ...

    Authors: Daphna M. Finn, Jessie E. Menzel, Emily Gray and Terry Schwartz
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:226
  40. Eating disorders are strongly associated with body image concerns. Eating disorders tend to significantly impact the current and future health and quality of life of affected persons, their caregivers, and soc...

    Authors: Ganesh Kumar Mallaram, Pragya Sharma, Dheeraj Kattula, Swarndeep Singh and Poojitha Pavuluru
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:225
  41. Prosocial behaviour can promote positive social interactions and it is a key skill in adolescence. People with emotional problems or psychiatric disorders, such as people with eating disorders might have impai...

    Authors: Katie Rowlands, Mima Simic, Janet Treasure and Valentina Cardi
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:224
  42. A significant proportion of young people do not respond to the NICE recommended treatment for anorexia nervosa: Family Therapy. Whilst historically these young people would be admitted to inpatient services, w...

    Authors: Lucinda J. Gledhill, Danielle MacInnes, Sze Chi Chan, Charlotte Drewery, Charlotte Watson and Julian Baudinet
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:223
  43. Two decades have elapsed since our publication of ‘What kind of illness is anorexia nervosa?’. The question remains whether our understanding of anorexia nervosa and its treatment thereof has evolved over this...

    Authors: S. Touyz, E. Bryant, K. M. Dann, J. Polivy, D. Le Grange, P. Hay, H. Lacey, P. Aouad, S. Barakat, J. Miskovic-Wheatley, K. Griffiths, B. Carroll, S. Calvert and S. Maguire
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:221
  44. While atypical anorexia nervosa (AAN) has been found to present with significant physical and psychological complications, the presentation of AAN has not been described in a multi-ethnic Singaporean population.

    Authors: Chu Shan Elaine Chew, E. Eric Tay, Mei En Hannah Marian Lie, Khairunisa Binte Khaider and Courtney Davis
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:220
  45. Body dissatisfaction (BD) is a growing concern in Latin America; reliable and culturally appropriate scales are necessary to support body image research in Spanish speaking Latin American countries. We sought ...

    Authors: Fabienne E. Andres, Tracey Thornborrow, Wienis N. Bowie, Ana Maria Chamorro, Gisell De la Rosa, Elizabeth H. Evans, Laura S. Fontalvo Acuña, David R. Kolar, Moises R. Mebarak, Juan Camilo Tovar Castro and Lynda G. Boothroyd
    Citation: Journal of Eating Disorders 2023 11:219

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