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.

Keeping Your Sobriety in the Psych Ward. This is exactly what my trips to the psych ward were like, except I had a schizophrenic stalker who would stare at me during groups. Trust me, pal, I'm not here to get a date.

Cognitive Remediation and Emotion Skills Training for Anorexia Nervosa: An Observational Study Using Neuropsychological Outcomes.

The University of Minnesota Department of Psychiatry is seeking adult females with anorexia nervosa to participate in a study. Contact information if you click the link.

Weight-based discrimination, in "reverse".

A Longitudinal Transactional Risk Model for Early Eating Disorder Onset.

Anxiety Linked to Heightened Sense of Smell. Calvin Klein's next fragrance: Eau de Panic.

Social reward and rejection sensitivity in eating disorders: An investigation of attentional bias and early experiences.

If you're like me and need just one more book on your reading list to feel complete (according to Goodreads, I'm 50+ books in the hole and the list is nowhere near stopping): Fear of Food: A History of Why We Worry about What We Eat

Nonspecific predictors of weight gain in the early stages of outpatient cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with anorexia nervosa.

How are different body parts connected to the emotions we traditionally associate with them?

Healthy bodies come in all shapes and sizes.

75 Bold Tips for When Fear Grips Your Mind.

Scottish MP calls for limitation of info presented in stories on EDs to prevent copycats. Most of the info on lowest weights and other "techniques" really only serve the public's voyeuristic tendencies anyway...you can tell a good story on EDs without that information.

Possible causes of sudden onset anorexia, OCD in kids broadened.

For moms with postpartum depression, the nation's first inpatient treatment center.

Intense Aromas Lead To Smaller Bites.

People with autism have a greater ability to process information.

But it’s not like an article can hurt anyone, right?

Can Genes Send You High or Low? The Orchid Hypothesis A-Bloom.


What if We're Wrong About the "Cause" of Mental Illness? What if serious mental illness is entirely unrelated to lousy parents?

Family-based Early Intervention for Anorexia Nervosa.

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2 comments:

Laura said...

The woman who wrote the article about blaming parents for mental illness having harmful effects is my professor! She's great! So glad to see you put her post on your blog :)

Carrie Arnold said...

Really? How cool!

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