An investigation of the bodily self in eating disorders
The overall objective of this thesis was to examine whether individuals affected with an eating disorder (ED) have an altered experience of the bodily self in comparison to healthy control (HC) individuals. The secondary objective was to assess whether this hypothesised disturbance could be a state or trait phenomenon. This thesis proposes a transdiagnostic biopsychosocial model of the bodily self in EDs. The first three studies of the thesis used the rubber hand illusion (RHI) paradigm, which...[Show more]
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