Emotion Regulation in Eating Disorders

About this study

What’s this study about? Eating disorders are debilitating disorders that affect approximately 4% of the Australian population. We are seeking to explore the relationship between thoughts and eating disorder symptoms in individuals with Bulimia Nervosa (BN), Binge Eating Disorder (BED) and Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS).

Research TeamDr Richard Moulding; Peter Tsokas BA (PsySc), Alexandra Griffin, Anna Duncum; A/Prof Petra Staiger; Dr Kate Hall; A/Prof Matthew Fuller-Tyszkiewicz; A/Prof Ross King
InstitutionDeakin University - Melbourne Burwood Campus
Ethics Approval Number2016-375
Project Start Date14 February 2017
ParticipantsYou must be 18 years or above to participate
Whats Involved• Completing questionnaires about symptoms of eating disorders, mood, thoughts, and body image.
• Monitoring your thoughts via an app. over two weeks, and responding with some questions about them.
• You will be reimbursed with a $30 Coles Myer voucher for your time.
LocationMelbourne, VIC
Contact Details

If you are interested or have any questions, please contact emotion.eatingdisorder@gmail.com

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