Mental health impairment associated with eating-disorder features in a community sample of women
Background and Aims:Impairment in mental health associated with eating-disorder features was examined in a large, general population sample of women aged 18 to 42 years. Method:Participants (n=5255) completed self-report measures of eating-disordered behaviour, mental health functioning, height and weight and socio-demographic information. Results:The most common eating-disorder features were extreme concerns about weight or shape (14.6%), subjective overeating (12.7%), objective overeating...[Show more]
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