Poor self-recognition of disordered eating among girls with bulimic-type eating disorders: Cause for concern?
Aim: Bulimic-type eating disorders are common among young women and associated with high levels of distress and disability and low uptake of mental health care. We examined self-recognition of disordered eating and factors associated with this among female adolescents with bulimic-type eating disorders (n=139) recruited from a large, population-based sample. Methods: A vignette of a fictional character with bulimia nervosa was presented, followed by a series of questions addressing the nature...[Show more]
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