Muscle Dysmorphia and the DSM-V Conundrum: Where does it belong? A review paper
Objective: Muscle dysmorphia is a relatively recently identified psychological condition that, since its inception, has been variously conceptualized as an eating disorder and subsequently as a type of body dysmorphic disorder within the somatoform disorders. This review aims to inform and encourage ongoing debate surrounding the diagnostic placement of this disorder. Method: We present a review and synthesis of the extant literature with a view to informing future decisions regarding the...[Show more]
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