Update References Eating Disorders from International Journal of Eating Disorders.

Update References Eating Disorders from International Journal of Eating Disorders. January 2012 Volume 45, Issue 1

  • Clinical Forums: The myths of motivation: Time for a fresh look at some received wisdom in the eating disorders? (pages 1–16). Glenn Waller
  • Correlates & Mediators of Psychopathology. An fMRI investigation of emotional processing of body shape in bulimia nervosa (pages 17–25). Diane L. Spangler and Mark D. Allen
  • Heat makes a difference in activity-based anorexia: A translational approach to treatment development in anorexia nervosa (pages 26–35). Maria Cerrato, Olaia Carrera, Reyes Vazquez, Enrique Echevarría and Emilio Gutierrez
  • Purging disorder: Psychopathology and treatment outcomes (pages 36–42). Giorgio A. Tasca, Hilary Maxwell, Meagan Bone, Anne Trinneer, Louise Balfour and Hany Bissada
    Examining the interpersonal model of binge eating and loss of control over eating in women (pages 43–50). Emily B. Ansell, Carlos M. Grilo and Marney A. White
  • Moderators of weight gain in the early stages of outpatient cognitive behavioral therapy for adults with anorexia nervosa (pages 51–56). Rebecca Lockwood, Lucy Serpell and Glenn Waller
  • “Do you still want to be seen?”: The pros and cons of active waiting list management (pages 57–62). Madeleine Tatham, Hannah Stringer, Samanthi Perera and Glenn Waller
  • Severe anorexia nervosa: Outcomes from a medical stabilization unit (pages 85–92). Jennifer L. Gaudiani, Allison Lee Sabel, Margherita Mascolo and Philip S. Mehler
    Reflections on involuntary treatment in the prevention of fatal anorexia nervosa: A review of five cases (pages 93–100). Janni Schmidt Holm, Kim Brixen, Alin Andries, Kirsten Hørder and Rene Klinkby Støving
  • Disordered eating and religious observance: A focus on ultra-orthodox Jews in an adult community study (pages 101–109). Marjorie C. Feinson and Adi Meir
  • The eating disorders examination in adolescent males with anorexia nervosa: How does it compare to adolescent females? (pages 110–114). Alison M. Darcy, Angela Celio Doyle, James Lock, Rebecka Peebles, Peter Doyle and Daniel Le Grange
    Perception of control during episodes of eating: Relationships with quality of life and eating psychopathology (pages 115–119). Paul E. Jenkins, Colleen S. Conley, Renee Rienecke Hoste, Caroline Meyer and Jacqueline M. Blissett
  • Community recognition and beliefs about anorexia nervosa and its treatment (pages 120–124). Anita M. Darby, Phillipa J. Hay, Jonathan M. Mond and Frances Quirk
    Respiratory acidosis in adolescents with anorexia nervosa hospitalized for medical stabilization: A retrospective study (pages 125–130). Nogah C. Kerem, Arieh Riskin, Elvira Averin, Isaac Srugo and Amir Kugelman
  • Seasonal patterns of birth for subjects with bulimia nervosa, binge eating, and purging: Results from the National Women’s Study (pages 131–134) Timothy D. Brewerton, Bonnie S. Dansky, Patrick M. O’Neil and Dean G. Kilpatrick
  • Binge eating disorder psychopathology in normal weight and obese individuals (pages 135–138). Alexandra E. Dingemans and Eric F. van Furth
  • By how much will the proposed new DSM-5 criteria increase the prevalence of binge eating disorder? (pages 139–141). James I. Hudson, Caitlin E. Coit, Justine K. Lalonde and Harrison G. Pope Jr.
  • Cultural variability in expressed emotion among families of adolescents with anorexia nervosa (pages 142–145). Renee Rienecke Hoste, Zandre Labuschagne, James Lock and Daniel Le Grange
  • Immunogenicity and safety of H1N1 vaccination in anorexia nervosa—Results from a pilot study (pages 146–149). Arne Zastrow, Paul Schnitzler, Isabella Eckerle, Wolfgang Herzog and Hans-Christoph Friederich
  • PseudoBartter syndrome in eating disorders (pages 150–153). Amit Bahia, Margherita Mascolo, Jennifer L. Gaudiani and Philip S. Mehler


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