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Psychother Psychosom (2012) 82 (1): 20–34.
Published Online: 06 November 2012
... used: ‘stage/staging’ AND ‘psychiatric disorder/mental disorder/schizophrenia/mood disorder/anxiety disorder/substance use disorder/eating disorder’. Results: A total of 78 studies were identified for inclusion in the review. We discussed studies addressing or related to the issue of staging...
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Psychother Psychosom (1996) 65 (1): 29–35.
Published Online: 18 February 2010
.... The present study attempted to examine the role of the patient-therapist relationship as well as other variables for dropout among eating disorder patients. Methods: Eating disorder patients and their therapists were assessed on a measure of treatment expectations previously developed by the author...
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Psychother Psychosom (1997) 66 (4): 222–226.
Published Online: 18 February 2010
... and to her relationship with her eating-disordered twin sister. The specific determinants of anorexia nervosa in this case are hypothesised and discussed. Results: The particular problems of separation and identity formation posed by twinship were considered to be severe. Development of a potentially fatal...
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Psychother Psychosom (2009) 78 (3): 152–160.
Published Online: 09 March 2009
... are supervised by the team when needed. Patients document their eating in detail and talk about it in sessions with the nurses and in an eating disorder group. These sessions are oriented on cognitive-behavioral therapy. The psychodynamic individual treatment sessions include work on central conflicts...
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Psychother Psychosom (2006) 75 (6): 376–383.
Published Online: 20 October 2006
...C. Faravelli; C. Ravaldi; E. Truglia; T. Zucchi; F. Cosci; V. Ricca Background: It is speculated that clinical samples do not fully reflect the characteristics of eating disorders (EDs) as they are in the general population, especially in their lowest range of severity. The present article reports...
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Psychother Psychosom (2004) 73 (5): 324–328.
Published Online: 30 July 2004
...Yoshiyuki Takimoto; Kazuhiro Yoshiuchi; Hiroaki Kumano; Gaku Yamanaka; Tadashi Sasaki; Hiroyuki Suematsu; Yuzo Nagakawa; Tomifusa Kuboki Background: Eating disorders are thought to be risk factors for cardiac sudden death secondary to arrhythmia. Results in previous studies on QT interval and QT...
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Psychother Psychosom (2003) 72 (4): 203–210.
Published Online: 12 June 2003
... (BN; DSM-IV) were evaluated before beginning treatment. The Eating Disorder Inventory II (EDI-II), State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (STAXI), and the Temperament and Character Inventory (TCI) were administered to all patients. Results: 3 subjects failed to engage in psychotherapy. Comparing...
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Psychother Psychosom (2003) 72 (1): 26–33.
Published Online: 16 December 2002
... or services advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Bulimia Eating disorders...
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Psychother Psychosom (2002) 71 (3): 168–172.
Published Online: 26 April 2002
...Paolo Santonastaso; Silvia Mondini; Angela Favaro Background: Few studies to date have investigated whether in fact the prevalence of eating disorders (ED) and/or use of illicit drugs is higher among models than among other groups of females. Method: A group of 63 professional fashion models...
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Psychother Psychosom (2000) 69 (1): 19–26.
Published Online: 10 December 1999
... practices (which we have termed ‘eating disorder, bodybuilder type’), nontraditional gender roles and chronic dissatisfaction and preoccupation with their physiques (a syndrome which we have termed ‘muscle dysmorphia’). Conclusions: Dedicated women athletes exhibit not only AAS abuse, but use of many other...