International Journal of Eating Disorders Q1 Unclaimed

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

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Languages: English

Open Access Policy: Open Choice

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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, NA

Best articles

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

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A message to contributors

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A prospective study of disordered eating among sorority and nonsorority women

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A re-examination of body image distortion: Evidence against a sensory explanation

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A trial of a relapse prevention strategy in women with bulimia nervosa who respond to cognitive-behavior therapy

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A young female patient with anorexia nervosa complicated byMycobacterium szulgai pulmonary infection

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Adult obesity and functioning in the family of origin

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Age of onset for binge eating: Are there different pathways to binge eating?

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An evaluation of web-based information

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An examination of subtype criteria for bulimia nervosa

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Anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: Sibling sex ratio and birth rank?A catchment area study

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Appraisal and coping strategies in stressful situations: A comparison of individuals who binge eat and controls

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Binge eating and binge eating disorder in a small-scale, indigenous society: The view from Fiji

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Binge eating and substance use among male and female adolescents

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Binge eating disorder and night eating syndrome: Psychological and behavioral characteristics

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Binge eating disorder and obesity in 2003: Could treating an eating disorder have a positive effect on the obesity epidemic?

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Binge eating increases with increasing adiposity

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Body dissatisfaction and sexuality among women with bulimia nervosa

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Body fat perception in eating-disordered men

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Bulimic symptoms, cognitions, and body dissatisfaction in women with major depressive disorder

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Cerebellar atrophy in a patient with anorexia nervosa

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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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Clinical features of binge eating disorder in type I diabetes: A case report

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Clinical trial of sertraline in the treatment of night eating syndrome

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