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An experimental Study on the Induction of an Eating Disorder-Specific Interpretation Bias in Healthy Individuals : Testing the Interpretation Modification Paradigm for Eating Disorders (IMP-ED)

An experimental Study on the Induction of an Eating Disorder-Specific Interpretation Bias in Healthy Individuals : Testing the Interpretation Modification Paradigm for Eating Disorders (IMP-ED)

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KORN, Julia, Fanny Alexandra DIETEL, Andrea Sabrina HARTMANN, 2019. An experimental Study on the Induction of an Eating Disorder-Specific Interpretation Bias in Healthy Individuals : Testing the Interpretation Modification Paradigm for Eating Disorders (IMP-ED). In: Cognitive Therapy and Research. Springer. 43(6), pp. 1097-1108. ISSN 0147-5916. eISSN 1573-2819. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s10608-019-10026-x

@article{Korn2019exper-55251, title={An experimental Study on the Induction of an Eating Disorder-Specific Interpretation Bias in Healthy Individuals : Testing the Interpretation Modification Paradigm for Eating Disorders (IMP-ED)}, year={2019}, doi={10.1007/s10608-019-10026-x}, number={6}, volume={43}, issn={0147-5916}, journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research}, pages={1097--1108}, author={Korn, Julia and Dietel, Fanny Alexandra and Hartmann, Andrea Sabrina} }

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