Use of Extreme Weight Control Behaviors with andwithout Binge Eating in a Community Sample:Implications for the Classification of Bulimic-TypeEating Disorders
Objective and Method: To inform the classification of bulimic-type eating disorders not meeting formal diagnostic criteria for bulimia nervosa (BN), levels of eating disorder psychopathology and functional impairment associated with subjective and objective bulimic episodes (SBEs and OBEs) and purging and nonpurging methods of weight control were examined in a large community-based sample of women (n = 5,232). Results: Participants who reported recurrent bulimic episodes had significantly...[Show more]
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