Sunday Smörgåsbord

It's once again time for your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, where I trawl the web for the latest in ED-related news, research, and more so you don't have to.

50% of eating disorder carers (usually parents) exhibit clinically significant anxiety and/or depression.

Why does exercise make us feel happy and calm? (And why it can become addictive).

'It's like there are two people in my head': A phenomenological exploration of anorexia nervosa and its relationship to the self.

Why Our Ideal Self Seems Further Away For Us Than Others.

Is childhood OCD a risk factor for eating disorders later in life? A longitudinal study.

Kids' weight report cards don't make a difference.

Family work in anorexia nervosa: A qualitative study of carers' experiences of two methods of family intervention.

Meeting Marya: Letting go of eating disorder paraphernalia.

Immediate cognitive effects of repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in eating disorders: A pilot study.

Rethinking Addiction’s Roots, and Its Treatment.

Perfectionism as a mediator between perceived criticism and eating disorders.

Sneaky Signs of Teen Eating Disorders.

How do eating disorder patients eat after treatment? Dietary habits and eating behaviour three years after entering treatment.

Being thin doesn't always mean you're healthy. The correlate is also true: being fat doesn't always mean you're unhealthy.

Cognitive interpersonal maintenance model of eating disorders: intervention for carers.

Eating disorders in different cultures.

People with eating disorders likely to die earlier.

Digital Domain: The Therapist Will See You Now, via the Web.

Eating Disorders Often 'Overlooked' in Elite Athletes.

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1 comment:

jen said...

As usual and even more so because of my recent learning experiences, your offerings are absolutely terrific!

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