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The perceived value of social supportive practices for individuals managing eating disorders
Research indicates individuals living with eating disorders report dissatisfaction with the quality of social support they receive (Rorty, Yager, Buckwalter, & Rossotto, 1999; Tiller et al., 1997). The current study ...
Misinformation in eating disorder communications: Implications for science communication policy
Though eating disorders are a serious public health threat, misinformation about these potentially deadly diseases is widespread. This study examines eating disorder information from a wide variety of sources including ...