International Journal of Eating Disorders

The Journal publishes basic research, clinical, and theoretical articles of scholarly substance on a variety of aspects of anorexia nervosa, bulimia, obesity and other atypical patterns of eating behavior and body weight regulation in clinical and normal populations. Full-length articles, reviews, brief reports, case reports, research and clinical forums addressing psychological, biological, psychodynamic, socio-cultural, epidemiological, or therapeutic correlates of these clinical phenomena are welcome. Manuscripts submitted should represent a significant addition to our knowledge, or a significant review and synthesis of existing literature. The International Journal of Eating Disorders is the official publication of the Academy for Eating Disorders.


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Overweight & Obesity

Avid appetite in childhood linked to later eating disorder symptoms

An enthusiastic response to food in early childhood may be linked to a higher likelihood of experiencing eating disorder symptoms in adolescence, according to a new study led by researchers at UCL and Erasmus University Rotterdam.

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Online program helps adolescents with anorexia nervosa

Flinders University Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Clinical Psychologist Dr. Ryan Balzan has overseen trials that demonstrate that metacognitive training for eating disorders (MCT-ED) can be a feasible adjunct intervention ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Research reveal eating disorder burden weighs on parents

With eating disorders on the rise among young people, a Flinders University expert is calling for an urgent increase in support for parents as new research reveals the immense burden they often endure.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Adult 'picky eaters' recall helpful parent feeding strategies

Avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) is diagnosed when a person's avoidance or restriction of food intake is associated with conditions including significant weight loss or nutritional deficiency, dependence ...

Diseases, Conditions, Syndromes

Researchers look into little known 'purging disorder'

Though purging is often a condition associated with bulimia nervosa, new research at Ohio University suggests that a different kind of eating disorder could also be responsible.

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