Enduring value of perfectionism and maturity fears for predicting eating disorder maintenance over 10‐, 20‐, and 30‐year follow‐up.
'It's Always About the Eating Disorder': Finding the Person Through Recovery-Oriented Practice for Bulimia.
Associations between perceived everyday discrimination, discrimination attributions, and binge eating among Latinas: results from the National Latino and Asian American Study.
Psychological inflexibility in overweight and obese people from the perspective of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
Alexithymia and binge eating in obese outpatients who are starting a weight‐loss program: A structural equation analysis.
Extending the Acquired Preparedness model of binge eating: Testing the indirect effects of high-risk personality traits on binge eating via positive and negative reinforcement expectancies.
Rapid improvements in emotion regulation predict eating disorder psychopathology and functional impairment at 6‐month follow‐up in individuals with bulimia nervosa and purging disorder.
Night eating syndrome in patients with eating disorders: Is night eating syndrome distinct from bulimia nervosa?
A multimodal, naturalistic investigation of relationships between behavioral impulsivity, affect, and binge eating.
Psychological Risk Factors for the Development of Restrictive and Bulimic Eating Behaviors: A Polish and Vietnamese Comparison.
My fitness pal usage in men: Associations with eating disorder symptoms and psychosocial impairment.
The use of a positive mood induction video-clip to target eating behaviour in people with bulimia nervosa or binge eating disorder: An experimental study.
Effort expenditure for rewards task modified for food: A novel behavioral measure of willingness to work for food.
Relationships between eating disorder-specific and transdiagnostic risk factors for binge eating: An integrative moderated mediation model of emotion regulation, anticipatory reward, and expectancy.
Metacognition, emotional functioning and binge eating in adolescence: the moderation role of need to control thoughts.
Motives for drinking alcohol and eating palatable foods: An evaluation of shared mechanisms and associations with drinking and binge eating.
‘Diabulima’ through the lens of social media: a qualitative review and analysis of online blogs by people with Type 1 diabetes mellitus and eating disorders.
The need to consume: Hoarding as a shared psychological feature of compulsive buying and binge eating.
Men who engage in both subjective and objective binge eating have the highest psychological and medical comorbidities.
The Role of Attachment and Maladaptive Emotion Regulation Strategies in the Development of Bulimic Symptoms in Adolescents.
The moderating role of resilience on the relationship between perceived stress and binge eating symptoms among young adult women.
Independent and interactive associations of negative affect, restraint, and impulsivity in relation to binge eating among women.
Dynamic longitudinal relations between binge eating symptoms and severity and style of interpersonal problems.
State and trait positive and negative affectivity in relation to restraint intention and binge eating among adults with obesity.
Experiential avoidance, eating expectancies, and binge eating: A preliminary test of an adaption of the Acquired Preparedness model of eating disorder risk.
An investigation of two dimensions of impulsivity as predictors of loss-of-control eating severity and frequency.
Positive and negative emotional eating have different associations with overeating and binge eating: Construction and validation of the Positive-Negative Emotional Eating Scale.
Are perfectionistic concerns an antecedent of or a consequence of binge eating, or both? A short-term four-wave longitudinal study of undergraduate women.
The mediating role of appearance comparisons on the relationship between negative appearance commentary and binge eating symptoms.
Prospective Relations between Overeating, Loss of Control Eating, Binge Eating, and Depressive Symptoms in a School-Based Sample of Adolescents.