Sunday Smorgasbord

It’s once again time for your weekly Sunday Smorgasbord, where I trawl the web for the latest in ED-related news, research, and more, so you don’t have to.

Chances Are, What You Know About Eating Disorders is Wrong.

Psychologists warn on term ‘mentally ill’.

Observed connection and individuation: Relation to symptoms in families of adolescents with bulimia nervosa.

How I Learned to Stop Fearing My Reflection.

Binge eating disorder in elderly individuals.

Eating Disorders and Technology: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.

Concurrent validity of self-report measures of eating disorders in adolescents with type 1 diabetes.

The Neuroscience of Bad Habits: Dr. Nora Volkow.

Comorbid Diabetes and Eating Disorders in Adult Patients: Assessment and Considerations for Treatment.

Transgender youth research reveals body dissatisfaction, risk of eating disorders.

Recovery Can Feel a Lot Like Sky Diving.

Binge Eating Disorder and the Dopamine D2 Receptor: Genotypes and Sub-Phenotypes.

Parental Support During Maudsley Family Based Therapy.

Bread and Circus (Hold the Bread): Weight of the Nation Deserves an Imperial Thumbs Down.

Direct and indirect effects of stress on bulimic symptoms and BMI: the mediating role of irrational food beliefs.

SAMHSA’s Working Definition of Recovery Updated.

There’s nothing glamorous about having an eating disorder.

Proposed changes to diagnostic criteria for eating disorders: What do they mean for sufferers?

Subtypes in bulimia nervosa: the role of eating disorder symptomatology, negative affect, and interpersonal functioning.

Increased Capacity to Delay Reward in Anorexia Nervosa.

A Double Burden: Emotional Eating and Lack of Cognitive Reappraisal in Eating Disordered Women.

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5 Responses to “Sunday Smorgasbord”

  1. Carrie, a lot of your links seem to be linked via facebook and do not work.

  2. Sorry about that- they seem to work fine for me. I won’t do that in the future. Thanks for the heads up!

  3. When i click on one linked via facebook it directs me to this please be careful about malware before you proceed page. Sign out of facebook and this website and you can check it that way if you haven’t done so.

  4. Thanks for posting the article from to Science of Eating Disorders! Much appreciated.

    I noticed you link to a lot of PubMed abstract which are not Open Access. Let me know if you ever want SEDs to review or write about it. Or if you think your readers would be interested in it. I have full access to pretty much all subscription-only papers.

    I would love it if you could let your readers know that I am always happy to write about things of interest to them. They can just comment on the scienceofeds website or sent me an email at tetyana at scienceofeds dot org.

  5. GAH at the spelling and grammar mistakes in my comment. Sorry, I am in a rush!