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International Journal of Eating Disorders is a journal indexed in SJR in Psychiatry and Mental Health with an H index of 138. It has a price of 3083 €. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,785 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 1,785.

International Journal of Eating Disorders focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: eating, disorders, patients, anorexia, women, influences, disordered, iodine, bulimia, nervosa, ...

Type: Journal

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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Publication frecuency: -

Price

3083 €

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0 €

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Metrics

International Journal of Eating Disorders

1,785

SJR Impact factor

138

H Index

233

Total Docs (Last Year)

497

Total Docs (3 years)

9909

Total Refs

2236

Total Cites (3 years)

473

Citable Docs (3 years)

4,06

Cites/Doc (2 years)

42,53

Ref/Doc

Aims and Scope


eating, disorders, patients, anorexia, women, influences, disordered, iodine, bulimia, nervosa, therapy, behavior, adolescent, exercise, binge, adult, clintons, environmental, body, care, casescognitivebehavioral, choices, cleavers, clinical,



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The relationship between perceived evaluation of weight and treatment outcome among individuals with binge eating disorder

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Circulating levels of neuroactive steroids in patients with binge eating disorder: A comparison with nonobese healthy controls and non-binge eating obese subjects

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The psychological consequences of weight gain prevention in healthy, premenopausal women

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Self-esteem, eating problems, and psychological well-being in a cohort of schoolgirls aged 15-16: A questionnaire and interview study

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Undue influence of weight on self-evaluation: A population-based twin study of gender differences

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Eating and general psychopathology in a sample of Caucasian and ethnic minority subjects

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The use of herbal remedies by adolescents with eating disorders

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Hyperintense subcortical brain alterations in anorexia nervosa

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Impaired color naming of food and body shape words: Weight phobia or distinct affective state?

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Erythema Ab igne in an adolescent with anorexia nervosa

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Initial manifestations of disordered eating behavior: Dieting versus binging

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Night eating syndrome among nonobese persons

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The nature of body image disturbance in patients with binge eating disorder

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Impact of using DSM-5 criteria for diagnosing binge eating disorder in bariatric surgery candidates: Change in prevalence rate, demographic characteristics, and scores on the minnesota multiphasic personality inventory - 2 restructured form (MMPI-2-R

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The augmented platelet intracellular calcium response to serotonin in anorexia nervosa but not bulimia may be due to subsyndromal depression

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State of the art systematic review of bone disease in anorexia nervosa

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A case series evaluation of guided self-help for bulimia nervosa using a cognitive manual

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Combining universal and targeted prevention for school-based eating disorder programs

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Do emotional states influence binge eating in the obese?

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Sociocultural influences on attitudes to weight and eating: Results of a natural experiment

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Pharmacologic treatment of binge eating disorder

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Comparison of the child and parent forms of the Questionnaire on Eating and Weight Patterns in the assessment of children's eating-disordered behaviors

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The development of eating pathology in Chinese-Australian women: Acculturation versus culture clash

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