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Relationship between Emotion Regulation Skills Application and Anorexia and Bulimia Nervosa over the course of Inpatient Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Sandra Schlicker

Emotion regulation skills (ERS) are found to be a putative maintaining factor in the therapy of various forms of psychopathology. For affective and mood disorders the effectiveness of successful emotion regulation skills application on symptom severity has already been shown. Lately, research has focused upon the prospective relationship between ERS and eating disorders. For example, cross-sectional studies suggest that food restriction in anorexia and/or purging behaviour in bulimia nervosa represent dysfunctional ERS. However, to date longitudinal studies that help clarifying the relationship between ERS and eating disorder psychopathology are rare. 

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Sandra Schlicker

Department of Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Department of Psychology , University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany

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