Hotzel, Katrin; von Brachel, Ruth; SChmidt, U; Rieger, Elizabeth; Kosfelder, J; Hechler, Tanja; Schulte, Dietmar F J; Vocks, Silja
Background Previous research has demonstrated an association between low motivation to change and an unfavorable treatment outcome in patients with an eating disorder. Consequently, various studies have examined the effects of motivational enhancement therapy (MET) on motivation to change and treatment outcome in eating disorders. In each of these studies, MET was administered in a face-to-face setting. However, because of its anonymity and ease of access, the internet provides several...[Show more]
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