Cognitive Processing in Young Women: Inhibition of Return in Eating Disorders
Eating disorders are serious and complex illnesses that are often associated with morbidity, mortality, chronicity and treatment resistance. Theoretical models of eating disorders highlight the cognitive nature of these conditions, with the overvaluation of shape/weight and its control theorised to be their core psychopathology in terms of eating disorder development, maintenance, and treatment. Current treatment approaches aim to modify the overvaluation of shape/weight with conscious...[Show more]
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