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Personality Pathology Comorbidity in Adult Females with Eating Disorders

Abstract : Personality pathology is examined in 100 female in-patients diagnosed with eating disorders. The Eating Disorder Inventory-II and the NEO-PI-R were self-administered and personality pathology was assessed using a structured interview. Clinicians additionally evaluated patients' global functioning. The results indicated sizeable personality disorder comorbidity, and two dimensions of personality pathology, for example, an internalizing and an externalizing factor, could be identified. Patients' global functioning was primarily associated with dimensions of personality pathology, but not with eating disorder symptoms. Assessment and therapeutic interventions should focus on this co-occurring pathology in order to improve patients' functioning.
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Filip de Fruyt, Marleen De Bolle, Barbara de Clercq, Alexandra Pham-Scottez, Saskia Mels, et al.. Personality Pathology Comorbidity in Adult Females with Eating Disorders. Journal of Health Psychology, SAGE Publications, 2011, 16 (2), pp.303-313. ⟨10.1177/1359105310374780⟩. ⟨hal-01469883⟩

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