Sunday Smorgasbord

Is it that time already? Apparently, it is. I'm trying a slightly new format and adding numbers to the links so that if you want to reference one in the comments, it will be easier and everyone will be on the same page. So sit back, relax, and enjoy your smorgasbord. :)

1. What should you expect from an Eating Disorder Provider?

2. The psychology of food cravings--what the research says

3. College students' perceptions of individuals with anorexia and bulimia nervosa

4. Eating patterns in patients with spectrum binge-eating disorder

5. Brain tissue volume changes following weight gain in adults with AN

6. Eating Disorders Go Untreated as Experts Debate Definitions

7. Genes and brain centers that regulate meal size in flies identified

8. Clinical psychologists' perceptions of people with mental illness

9. New York Soda Tax Plan Would Give Diet Drinks a Break

10. Scientist creates 1st objective yardstick for smells, giving each molecule a single, simple score

11. Comorbidity and age of onset of eating disorders in gay men, lesbians, and bisexuals

12. The experience of siblings of adolescents with eating disorders

13. Perfectionism as a transdiagnostic process: A clinical review

14. Pleasure for visual and olfactory stimuli evoking energy-dense foods is decreased in anorexia nervosa

15. Set-shifting abilities, central coherence, and handedness in anorexia nervosa patients, their unaffected siblings and healthy controls

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