Understanding the Impact of Emotional Experiences in Childhood on Binge Eating
About this study
Binge eating is one of the most common forms of disordered eating in Australia amongst the general population, and binge eating disorder accounts for almost half of all clinically diagnosed eating disorders. Understanding causative factors in the development and maintenance of binge eating will help inform efforts in prevention and treatment. In this study, we aim to investigate how invalidating emotional experiences in childhood impact on binge eating in adulthood through the pathways of emotion regulation difficulties and shame.
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