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Eating Disorders

:: September 2014

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We have added Binge Eating as a sub-topic to Eating Disorders.

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PTSD and Panic, Anxiety, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

Obsessive-compulsive disorder symptom dimensions show specific relationships to psychiatric comorbidity. (Psychiatry Res. 2005) "OCD symptom dimensions showed specific relationships to comorbid psychiatric disorders: Factor I (aggressive, sexual, religious and somatic obsessions, and checking compulsions) was broadly associated with comorbid anxiety disorders and depression; Factor II (obsessions of symmetry, and repeating, counting and ordering/arranging compulsions) with bipolar disorders and panic disorder/agoraphobia; and Factor III (contamination obsessions and cleaning compulsions) with eating disorders."


Bulimic symptoms, cognitions, and body dissatisfaction in women with major depressive disorder. (Int J Eat Disord. 2005) "OBJECTIVE: The goals of this study were to assess eating disorder symptoms in depressed women with no history of eating disturbance and to evaluate the clinical significance of these symptoms relative to those reported by women with bulimia spectrum disorder. DISCUSSION: Eating disorder symptoms may be associated with depression in women in the absence of comorbid eating disorder diagnoses."


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