Sunday Smorgasbord

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.

The Darkside of Skimping. In difficult economic times, indulging ourselves might be a Good Thing.

MentorCONNECT Announces Collaboration with UCSD Eating Disorder Research Program.

Comorbidity of partial and subthreshold PTSD among men and women with eating disorders in the national comorbidity survey-replication study.

Interaction between visceral states (hunger, desire) & cognitive states (impulse behavior, self-control).

An Examination of the Ravello Profile - A Neuropsychological Test Battery for Anorexia Nervosa.

Study explains why 90% of dieters regain the weight.

The impact of adverse life events and the serotonin transporter gene promoter polymorphism on the development of eating disorder symptoms.

Found in the developing brain: Mental health risk genes and gender differences.

Increased plasticity of the bodily self in eating disorders.

Eating Disorders & Autism.

Weight suppression predicts time to remission from bulimia nervosa.

Study says 1 in 10 men are binge eaters--a serious disorder not just among women.

Neuroimaging in eating disorders.

Navigating the Search for True Maudsley Treatment.

Social appearance anxiety and bulimia nervosa.

Carer's experience and perceived effects of a skills based training programme for families of people with eating disorders.

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Gina said...

Did you write about Chikungunya (sp?) in the August issue of Scientific American? I was waiting for my therapist today and reading up on infectious diseases (a favorite past time, haha) and at the end of the article I realized that you were the author! (Unless there exists another Carrie Arnold science writer) I felt cool for sort of knowing someone famous. =P

Carrie Arnold said...

Yup, that's me! You can see most of the pieces I've written at and then just click on "clips".

Chik was actually my thesis topic for my science writing degree. I also did a piece for Smithsonian that's longer and more indepth. It's my favorite virus (only a true geek would have a favorite virus...)

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