Predictors of outcome in cognitive behavioural therapy for eating disorders: An exploratory study.

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Summary of "Predictors of outcome in cognitive behavioural therapy for eating disorders: An exploratory study."

Early decrease in symptoms is a consistent predictor of good treatment outcome across all eating disorders. The current study explored the predictive value of novel early change variables in a transdiagnostic, non-underweight sample receiving 10-session cognitive behavioural therapy.


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Name: Behaviour research and therapy
ISSN: 1873-622X
Pages: 61-68


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