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overview Clinical Interests Treatment of eating disorders in older adolescents and adults Assessment of eating disorders Cognitive behavior therapy Third wave behavior therapies Research Interests Novel approaches to the classification of eating disorders Predictors of eating disorder expression and maintenance Neurocognitive processes implicated in eating behavior and obesity Development of novel interventions for eating and weight disorders
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Academic Article Weight suppression as a predictor of weight gain and response to intensive behavioral treatment in patients with anorexia nervosa.
Academic Article Advancing research on cognitive flexibility in eating disorders: the importance of distinguishing attentional set-shifting and reversal learning.
Academic Article The clinical utility of personality subtypes in patients with anorexia nervosa.
Academic Article Self-report measures of loss of control over eating: Psychometric properties in clinical and non-clinical samples.
Grant Cognitive Inflexibility and Phenotypic Heterogeneity in Anorexia Nervosa
Academic Article Brain-gut psychotherapies: Promising tools to address gastrointestinal problems in patients with eating disorders.
Academic Article Anorexia nervosa, conduct disorder, and the juvenile justice system: a case of applying traditional treatment modalities in a non-traditional setting.
Academic Article The role of stress in the association among food insecurity, eating disorder pathology, and binge eating-related appetitive traits.
Academic Article Exploring differences in disordered eating and related appetitive traits among women based on childhood and current food security status.
Grant Mood and Anxiety Subtypes in Anorexia Nervosa: Relevance to Treatment
Grant Cognitive Processes in Depression and Bulimia
Academic Article Prospective associations between cognitive flexibility and eating disorder symptoms in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa.
Academic Article Eating disorder symptom non-endorsers in hospitalised patients with anorexia nervosa: Who are they?
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