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The relationships between perfectionism, anxiety and depression across time in paediatric eating disorders.

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Summary of "The relationships between perfectionism, anxiety and depression across time in paediatric eating disorders."

The aim was to examine in children and adolescents with eating disorders the relationship between perfectionism, anxiety, and depression at intake assessment and whether intake perfectionism was significantly associated with anxiety and depression at 6 months and 12 months post-intake review.

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Name: Eating behaviors
ISSN: 1873-7358
Pages: 101305

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