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  • Sansone RandyA.; Fine MarkA.; Sansone LoriA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    The management of self-destructive behavior in eating disorder patients with borderline personality is a genuine therapeutic challenge. We present an integrated psychotherapy appproach that we utilize in the context of an ...
  • Masterson BrianJ.; Yates WilliamR.; Gonzalez Connie (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    Alcoholic liver disease is the most common reason for transplantation. Despite a growing body of substance abuse references in the transplant literature, there are none on the comorbidity of eating disorders and alcoholism. ...
  • Gleaves DavidH.; Post GailK.; Eberenz KathleenP.; Davis WilliamN. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-06-01)
    The majority of psychotherapy outcome studies of bulimia nervosa have used outpatient samples. Less is known about the bulimia nervosa patient who requires inpatient treatment. We present data on 497 women treated at an ...
  • Lange Alfred; Vries MarjanDe; Gest Aagje; Oostendorp ElienVan (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    Binge eating is viewed as uncontrolled addictive behavior, as opposed to purging or vomiting, which are considered to result from “rational” reasoning. Therefore, the commitment to refrain from purging or vomiting can be ...
  • Hall ChristineC.Iijima (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Attractiveness and beauty have been found to be the most important factors in prompting relationships and interactions, and for making social judgments. Standards of beauty in America, however, are primarily based on ...
  • Probst Michel; Coppenolle HermanVan; Vandereycken Walter (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    An overview is given of therapeutic interventions aimed at improving body experience in anorexia nervosa patients through the use of body-oriented therapies. General aspects such as direct versus indirect approach, individual ...
  • Levine MichaelP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    A Hunger So Wide and So Deep: American Women Speak Out on Eating Problems, by Becky W. Thompson. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press,Fall 1994, 161 pages, no price given
  • Levine MichaelP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    Unbearable Weight: Feminism, Western Culture, and the Body, by Susan Bordo. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993, 361 pages, $25.00 Women, Eating Disorders and Treatment, by Kathryn Zerbe. Washington, DC: American ...
  • Levine MichaelP. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    Feminist Perspectives on Eating Disorders, edited by Patricia Fallon, Melanie Katzman, and Susan Wooley. New York: Guilford Press, 1994, 425 pages, $36.95 Full lives: Women Who Have Freed Themselves from Food and Weight ...
  • Hotelling Kathy; Santucci PatriciaA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-03-01)
    Everything You Need to Know About Eating Disorders: Anorexia and Bulimia, by Rachel Kubersky. New York: Rosen Group, 1992,64 pages, $13.95. Special Problem in Managing Eating Disorders, edited by Joel Yager, Harry E. ...
  • Levine MichaelP.; Goodrick Ken (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    Perfect Weight: The Complete Mind-Body Program for Achieving and Maintaining Your Ideal Weight, by Deepak Chopra. New York: Harmony Books, 1994, 144 pages, $15.00. Ken Goodrick is coauthor with John Foreyt of Living Without ...
  • Cohn Leigh (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-03-01)
  • Ristvedt StephenL.; Mackenzie ThomasB.; Mitchell JamesE. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-03-01)
    Sixty-one subjects with bulimia nervosa completed a checklist of cues that might be expected to elicit symptoms. Principal components analysis revealed three components: 1) self-consciousness, 2) negative affect, and 3) ...
  • Goebel AnnE.; Scheibe KarlE.; Grahling ShadeC.; Striegel-moore RuthH. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
    This study's aims were twofold: to examine the prevalence rate of eating disorders in women hospitalized for substance abuse treatment and to analyze differences in psychopathology of three patient groups: 25 alcohol-dependent ...
  • Root MariaP. P. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1995-01-01)
  • Pumariega AndresJ.; Gustavson CarlR.; Gustavson JoanC.; Motes PatriciaStone; Ayers Shawnya (Taylor & Francis Group, 1994-01-01)
    This paper reports on the initial findings of the largest eating disorders study of African-Americans to date. The survey was conducted through a questionnaire in Essence, the largest African-American women's publication ...
  • Cohn Leigh (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-09-01)
  • Herscovici CecileRausch; Bay Luisa (Taylor & Francis Group, 1996-01-01)
    A group of 46 patients treated by a pediatrician and family therapist in Argentina was followed up 4–8.6 years after first presentation. Dropout and untraceability limited evaluation to 30 cases. According to the Morgan-Russell ...
  • Hill Laura (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-03-01)
  • Gordon RichardA. (Taylor & Francis Group, 1993-06-01)