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Anderson, A.E., & DiDomenico, L. (1992). Diet vs. shape content of popular male and female magazines: A dose-response relationship to the incidence of eating disorders? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 11 (3), 283

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Linda Lemón, Fernando Fernández-Aranda, Susana Jiménez-Murcia, and Anders Håkansson

( Langham et al., 2016 ) and suicidal behavior ( Karlsson & Håkansson, 2018 ). Eating disorders (EDs) have an estimated lifetime prevalence at around 1%; around 0.2% for anorexia nervosa (AN), 0.8% bulimia nervosa (BN), and 2.2% binge eating disorder (BED

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Review of attachment interventions in eating disorders: Implications for psychotherapy

Az evészavarokban alkalmazható kötődéssel kapcsolatos intervenciók áttekintése – Pszichoterápiás ajánlások

Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Author: Tamás Dömötör Szalai

. Amianto , F. , Ercole , R. , Abbate Daga , G. , & Fassino , S. ( 2015 ). Exploring Parental Bonding in BED and Non-BED Obesity Compared with Healthy Controls: Clinical, Personality and Psychopathology Correlates. European Eating Disorders Review

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an overuse injury). There is a strong link between exercise dependence and eating disorders, with eating disorders being the most common disorder to co-occur with exercise dependence ( Freimuth, Moniz, & Kim, 2011 ). Freimuth et al. ( 2011

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), 201 – 210 . Broberg , A.G. , Hjalmers , I. , & Nevonen , L. ( 2001 ). Eating disorders, attachment and interpersonal difficulties: a comparison between 18- to 24-year

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417 Resch, M.: The female athlete triad: eating disorders, amenorrhoea, osteoporosis. (In Hungarian). Orv. Hetil., 1997, 138 , 1393

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American Psychiatric Association: Eating disorders. In: Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders. 4th ed. Text Revision. American Psychiatric Association, Washington, DC, 2000, 583

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bone mineral density of female high school athletes. J. Sci. Med. Sport, 2006, (nyomtatás alatt.) Resch M., Nagy Gy., Pintér J. és mtsai: Eating disorders and depression in Hungarian women with

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tools ( Sussmann, Lisha & Griffiths, 2011 ). It is also well known that EXD is more prevalent among patients with eating disorders who use excessive exercise to control weight ( Bratland&Sanda et al., 2010 ; Cook, Hausenblas, Crosby, Cao

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Pomeroy, C., Mitchell, J. E.: Medical complications and management of eating disorders. Psychiatric Annals, 1989, 19 , 488–493. Mitchell J. E. Medical complications and management of

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