The body image disturbance (BID) is a common symptom in eating disorders, often observed and described in anorexia nervosa (AN) and bulimia nervosa (BN). Recently, this symptom has also been observed in binge eating disorder (BED). The research underlines that the BID presents three different altered components: affective, cognitive, and perceptual one. Current treatments for BID have mainly focused on the affective and cognitive components. Nowadays, the need emerges for treatments focused also on the perceptual component of the BID. In this paper, we present the results of an efficacy study on the body perception treatment (BPT), a new treatment for BID focused on the perceptual component of the disorder.

Body perception treatment, a possible way to treat body image disturbance in eating disorders: a case-control efficacy study / Artoni, P; Chierici, M L; Arnone, F; Cigarini, C; De Bernardis, E; Galeazzi, G M; Minneci, D G; Scita, F; Turrini, G; De Bernardis, M; Pingani, L. - In: EATING AND WEIGHT DISORDERS. - ISSN 1590-1262. - 26:2(2021), pp. 499-514. [10.1007/s40519-020-00875-x]

Body perception treatment, a possible way to treat body image disturbance in eating disorders: a case-control efficacy study

Galeazzi, G M;De Bernardis, M;Pingani, L
2021

Abstract

The body image disturbance (BID) is a common symptom in eating disorders, often observed and described in anorexia nervosa (AN) and bulimia nervosa (BN). Recently, this symptom has also been observed in binge eating disorder (BED). The research underlines that the BID presents three different altered components: affective, cognitive, and perceptual one. Current treatments for BID have mainly focused on the affective and cognitive components. Nowadays, the need emerges for treatments focused also on the perceptual component of the BID. In this paper, we present the results of an efficacy study on the body perception treatment (BPT), a new treatment for BID focused on the perceptual component of the disorder.
2-mar-2020
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Body perception treatment, a possible way to treat body image disturbance in eating disorders: a case-control efficacy study / Artoni, P; Chierici, M L; Arnone, F; Cigarini, C; De Bernardis, E; Galeazzi, G M; Minneci, D G; Scita, F; Turrini, G; De Bernardis, M; Pingani, L. - In: EATING AND WEIGHT DISORDERS. - ISSN 1590-1262. - 26:2(2021), pp. 499-514. [10.1007/s40519-020-00875-x]
Artoni, P; Chierici, M L; Arnone, F; Cigarini, C; De Bernardis, E; Galeazzi, G M; Minneci, D G; Scita, F; Turrini, G; De Bernardis, M; Pingani, L
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