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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30235074/-the-body-is-a-battleground-for-unwanted-and-unexpressed-emotions-exploring-eating-disorders-and-the-role-of-emotional-intelligence
#1
Una Foye, Diane E Hazlett, Pauline Irving
Emotional difficulties have been observed in individuals with eating disorders across awide range of studies, including poor interoceptive awareness, confusion of emotionalstates and difficulties with emotional language. Literature has linked these difficultieswith emotional functioning as being an important factor related to the core aetiology ofeating disorders, however limited knowledge exists to how this impacts on professionalability to engage patients within treatment as a result of such dysfunction. Using aqualitative design this paper explores how facets of Emotional intelligence (EI) arerelated to the experience of an eating disorder...
September 20, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30222057/pathways-into-treatment-for-eating-disorders-a-quantitative-examination-of-treatment-barriers-and-treatment-attitudes
#2
Scott Griffiths, Susan L Rossell, Deborah Mitchison, Stuart B Murray, Jonathan M Mond
Most individuals with eating disorders do not receive treatment for their eating disorder. Closing this "treatment gap" requires a quantitative examination of individuals' attitudes towards accessing various types of treatment and of individuals' perceived barriers to seeking treatment. Thus, we recruited a sample of 425 individuals with either diagnosed or undiagnosed eating disorders and asked them to complete a survey assessing treatment attitudes, treatment barriers, and eating disorder symptom severity...
September 17, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30222039/motivation-for-sport-participation-and-eating-disorder-risk-among-female-collegiate-athletes
#3
Kendra J Homan, Susan L Crowley, Leslie A Sim
In light of conflicting research regarding eating disorder risk and sports participation, the current study examined the relationship between specific aspects of sports participation (i.e., level of competition, leanness requirements, and physical/cardiovascular intensity level), an individual's motivation for sports participation, and eating disorder symptomatology/risk. Participants included 319 female collegiate athletes (M age = 19.88; SD = 1.62) representing a variety of sports and competition levels...
September 17, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30204570/moderators-of-treatment-outcomes-in-a-partial-hospitalization-and-intensive-outpatient-program-for-eating-disorders
#4
Nicole A Hayes, Leah J Welty, Noel Slesinger, Jason J Washburn
Eating disorders cause a number of severely impairing symptoms that may require more intensive intervention that is available through outpatient therapy services. The PHP/IOP level of care may be an effective mode of treatment in these cases, but few studies have examined overall outcomes or treatment moderators for this level of care. Using a large sample from a PHP/IOP specifically designed for the treatment of eating disorders, the current study examines a variety of symptoms (eating disorder severity, quality of life, depression, etc...
September 11, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30081758/gender-bias-other-specified-and-unspecified-feeding-and-eating-disorders-and-college-students-a-vignette-study
#5
Eva Schoen, Rebecca Brock, Jennifer Hannon
This vignette study examined perceptions of 237 male and female undergraduate students regarding two severity levels (low and high) of other specified (OSFED) and unspecified feeding and eating disorders (UFED) in their male and female peers. Multilevel modeling showed that female characters received stronger endorsements of eating pathology than male characters for similar symptom presentations. College men were more likely than college women to rate female characters as having eating disorders. Gender bias about eating disorders affected men and women differently in this study...
August 6, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30052168/why-do-men-stigmatize-individuals-with-eating-disorders-more-than-women-experimental-evidence-that-sex-differences-in-conformity-to-gender-norms-not-biological-sex-drive-eating-disorders-stigmatization
#6
Emma Austen, Scott Griffiths
Previous research has shown that men are more stigmatizing than women toward individuals with eating disorders, including anorexia nervosa and muscle dysmorphia. We hypothesized that previously observed sex differences in eating disorders' stigmatization are driven by sex differences in individuals' levels of conformity to masculine and feminine gender norms. Young adults (N = 545) completed validated measures of conformity to masculine and feminine norms and were then randomly assigned to read a character description of a male or female individual with anorexia or muscle dysmorphia...
July 27, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30040544/body-dissatisfaction-and-disordered-eating-symptoms-in-finnish-preadolescents
#7
Rejane Augusta de Oliveira Figueiredo, Sabina Simola-Ström, Rasmus Isomaa, Elisabete Weiderpass
To evaluate whether body dissatisfaction is associated with disordered eating symptoms in Finnish preadolescents, and to assess the moderator effects of gender and body mass index on this association. We included 10,526 9- to 12-year-old preadolescents at baseline from the Finnish Health in Teens cohort. We used the Children's Eating Attitudes Test for assessing disordered eating symptoms and a pictoral instrument for evaluating body dissatisfaction, comparing self-assessment of wanted and current body shape...
July 24, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/30040543/weight-suppression-and-its-relation-to-eating-disorder-and-weight-outcomes-a-narrative-review
#8
Sasha Gorrell, Erin E Reilly, Katherine Schaumberg, Lisa M Anderson, Joseph M Donahue
Weight suppression (WS) refers to the discrepancy between highest adult weight and current weight, and has been examined as a key construct related to both: eating pathology and weight management. However, despite increasing interest in WS, findings regarding the clinical implications of WS are often conflicting. For instance, WS has been associated with both adaptive and maladaptive outcomes across various populations. Moreover, results regarding the predictive utility of WS within clinical samples have been inconsistent...
July 24, 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29863443/locating-the-mechanisms-of-therapeutic-agency-in-family-based-treatment-for-adolescent-anorexia-nervosa-a-pilot-study-of-clinician-researcher-perspectives
#9
Stuart B Murray, Devin Rand-Giovannetti, Scott Griffiths, Jason M Nagata
The theoretical agnosticism of family-based treatment (FBT) has precluded a thorough understanding of treatment mechanisms. We examined clinician and researcher perspectives on the mechanisms of FBT. Thirty-eight clinicians/researchers who had recently published in the domain of anorexia nervosa (AN) indicated their opinions as to the mechanisms of FBT, and content analysis was performed to identify relevant themes. Parental input was deemed crucial for weight-based symptom remission, and weight restoration was deemed crucial for cognitive symptom relief...
September 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29863434/-not-just-right-experiences-account-for-unique-variance-in-eating-pathology
#10
Grace A Kennedy, Katherine A McDermott, Brittany M Mathes, Berta J Summers, Jesse R Cougle
"Not just right" experiences (NJREs) are uncomfortable sensations of incompleteness linked to obsessive-compulsive disorder; however, NJREs may be transdiagnostic and play a role in eating pathology. The current study examined relations between NJREs and eating pathology in undergraduate students. Participants (n = 248) completed self-report and behavioral assessments. Controlling for obsessive-compulsive symptoms, negative affect, and perfectionism, NJRE frequency was associated with greater drive for thinness, body dissatisfaction, and bulimic symptoms...
September 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29601272/unhealthy-weight-control-behaviors-among-youth-sex-of-sexual-partner-is-linked-to-important-differences
#11
Ryan J Watson, Nicole A VanKim, Hilary A Rose, Carolyn M Porta, Jacqueline Gahagan, Marla E Eisenberg
Unhealthy weight control behaviors (UWCBs) have been decreasing for most youth over time, yet little is known whether these behaviors have changed for sexual minority (e.g., non-heterosexual) youth. This is important because many studies have found that sexual minorities report some of the highest rates of UWCBs. To determine whether or not these behaviors have changed over time, given the extreme changes in social contexts over the past two decades, we utilised three waves of the Minnesota Student Survey (N = 55,597, Mage  = 17)...
September 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29565723/lack-of-implementation-of-eating-disorder-education-and-prevention-programs-in-high-schools-data-from-incoming-college-freshmen
#12
Emalee T Green, Amanda Venta
The purpose of this study was to examine the implementation of eating disorder education and prevention programs in high schools retrospectively, as reported by incoming college freshmen, exploring whether characteristics of the school influenced implementation. The sample, 169 first-year students from a public university, participated in an online survey inquiring about exposure to programs and high school characteristics. Results demonstrated few students exposed to any eating disorder programming (29.0%), with no students reporting exposure to prevention programming...
September 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29240529/cross-sectional-associations-between-gender-linked-personality-traits-and-use-of-weight-loss-and-muscle-building-products-among-u-s-young-adults
#13
Vivienne M Hazzard, Kelley A Borton, Katherine W Bauer, Kendrin R Sonneville
This study examined the cross-sectional associations between gender-linked personality traits and use of products for weight loss and muscle building using data from young adults participating in Wave III of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health who completed the short-form Bem Sex-Role Inventory (n = 3,343). Among men, a higher score on the masculinity scale was associated with greater odds of diet pill use, legal performance-enhancing substance (PES) use, and illicit PES use, while a higher score on the femininity scale was associated with lower odds of illicit PES use...
September 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29199902/examining-associations-among-sensitivity-to-punishment-and-reward-shame-and-eating-pathology-through-tests-of-mediation
#14
Alexandra N Brockdorf, Grace A Kennedy, Pamela K Keel
This study investigated associations between sensitivity to punishment and reward, shame, and eating pathology by testing alternative mediation models in which shame mediated associations between temperament and eating pathology or eating pathology mediated associations between temperament and shame. Participants were 96 female undergraduate students who completed questionnaires. Results indicated shame fully mediated the relationship between sensitivity to punishment and eating pathology. Further, eating pathology did not mediate the association between sensitivity to punishment and shame...
September 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29683775/-they-don-t-really-get-heard-a-qualitative-study-of-sibling-involvement-across-two-forms-of-family-based-treatment-for-adolescent-anorexia-nervosa
#15
Tanja van Langenberg, Rony E Duncan, J Sabura Allen, Susan M Sawyer, Daniel Le Grange, Elizabeth K Hughes
Little is known about the involvement of siblings in family-based treatment (FBT) for anorexia nervosa (AN). To explore the experience of families, adolescents who had completed FBT, their siblings, and parents were interviewed. Siblings reported that involvement in FBT enhanced their understanding of anorexia and that they supported their family in various ways. While siblings often wished they had attended more sessions, there was no consensus among parents and patients regarding sibling attendance and many were concerned about potential negative impacts on siblings...
July 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29683772/adolescents-perceptions-of-the-quality-of-interpersonal-relationships-and-eating-disorder-symptom-severity-the-mediating-role-of-low-self-esteem-and-negative-mood
#16
Jade Pelletier Brochu, Dominique Meilleur, Giuseppina DiMeglio, Danielle Taddeo, Eric Lavoie, Julius Erdstein, Robert Pauzé, Caroline Pesant, Isabelle Thibault, Jean-Yves Frappier
Few studies have examined how the perceived quality of multiple interpersonal relationships is related to eating disorder (ED) symptom severity in adolescents and how psychological variables might influence these associations. The aim of this study is to determine whether the perceived level of trust, communication, and alienation in the relationship with one's mother, father, and peers are predictive of ED severity in adolescent females and to test the mediating effects of low self-esteem and negative mood on these associations...
July 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29452025/subgrouping-the-users-of-a-specialized-app-for-eating-disorders
#17
Shiri Sadeh-Sharvit, Jane Paik Kim, Alison M Darcy, Eric Neri, Molly Vierhile, Athena Robinson, Jenna Tregarthen, James D Lock
Although mobile technologies for eating disorders (EDs) are burgeoning, there is limited data about the clinical characteristics of individuals using specialized smartphone applications (apps) without accompanying traditional forms of treatment. This study evaluated whether the users of an ED app cluster in clinically meaningful groups. Participants were 1,280 app users (91.3% female; mean age 27) who reported not being in a weekly treatment for their ED. A hierarchical cluster analysis distinguished five groups of participants, all approximating DSM-5 ED categories...
July 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29182474/disordered-eating-and-insulin-restriction-in-type-1-diabetes-a-systematic-review-and-testable-model
#18
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Tara De Paoli, Peter J Rogers
AIM: To provide an overview of the existing literature pertaining to insulin restriction as a disordered eating behaviour in individuals with type 1 diabetes and present a novel maintenance model: The Transdiagnostic Model of Disordered Eating in Type 1 Diabetes. METHOD: A systematic review was conducted of the current literature relevant to insulin restriction and/or omission in the context of disordered eating in type 1 diabetes. A new maintenance model was then developed by incorporating diabetes-specific factors into existing eating disorder models...
July 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29173058/examining-youth-and-caregiver-reports-of-depression-and-anxiety-in-families-seeking-eating-disorder-treatment
#19
Ashley A Hicks White, Anastasia Snyder
This study examines discrepancies between adolescent and caregiver reports of youth internalizing symptoms in families presenting for an initial eating disorder assessment. Initial diagnostic assessments of 49 adolescent-caregiver dyads seeking treatment at an urban pediatric hospital eating disorder clinic were utilized to examine differences between youth and caregiver reports of youth anxiety and depression symptoms. Caregivers reported significantly higher scores of major depression and generalized anxiety than adolescents (p=...
July 2018: Eating Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29161197/acceptance-and-psychological-change-at-the-higher-levels-of-care-a-naturalistic-outcome-study
#20
Keegan Walden, Jamie Manwaring, Dan V Blalock, Emmett Bishop, Alan Duffy, Craig Johnson
This naturalistic outcome study reports on psychological change among a large (N = 617), transdiagnostic sample of eating disordered adults treated at higher levels of care at a private facility. Patients were assessed at admission and discharge for eating disorder psychopathology, depression, personality, and acceptance. Effect sizes ranged from d = .29 to d = 1.29, and the majority of participants (58.2%) were treatment responders, with BN patients showing a higher response rate than AN-R patients. Increased acceptance over the course of treatment was strongly associated with decreased eating disorder risk and may be an important factor in recovery...
July 2018: Eating Disorders
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