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    1. McFarlane, T; McCabe, RE; Jarry, J; Olmsted, MP; Polivy, J
      Weight-related and shape-related self-evaluation in eating-disordered and non-eating-disordered women

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    2. Sheppard-Sawyer, CL; McNally, RJ; Fischer, JH
      Film-induced sadness as a trigger for disinhibited eating

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    3. Stice, E; Akutagawa, D; Gaggar, A; Agras, WS
      Negative affect moderates the relation between dieting and binge eating

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    4. Conner, M; Fitter, M; Fletcher, W
      Stress and snacking: A diary study of daily hassles and between-meal snacking

      PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH
    5. Polivy, J; Herman, CP
      Distress and eating: Why do dieters overeat?

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    6. Meijboom, A; Jansen, A; Kampman, M; Schouten, E
      An experimental test of the relationship between self-esteem and concern about body shape and weight in restrained eaters

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    7. BOON B; STROEBE W; SCHUT H; JANSEN A
      FOOD FOR THOUGHT - COGNITIVE REGULATION OF FOOD-INTAKE

      British journal of health psychology
    8. BOURNE SK; BRYANT RA; GRIFFITHS RA; TOUYZ SW; BEUMONT PJV
      BULIMIA-NERVOSA, RESTRAINED, AND UNRESTRAINED EATERS - A COMPARISON OF NON-BINGE EATING BEHAVIOR

      The International journal of eating disorders
    9. HEATHERTON TF; STRIEPE M; WITTENBERG L
      EMOTIONAL DISTRESS AND DISINHIBITED EATING - THE ROLE OF SELF

      Personality & social psychology bulletin
    10. LEVINE MD; MARCUS MD
      EATING BEHAVIOR FOLLOWING STRESS IN WOMEN WITH AND WITHOUT BULIMIC SYMPTOMS

      Annals of behavioral medicine
    11. CARTER FA; BULIK CM; LAWSON RH; SULLIVAN PF; WILSON JS
      EFFECT OF MOOD AND FOOD CUES ON INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN WOMEN WITH BULIMIA-NERVOSA AND CONTROLS

      Behaviour change
    12. LAVIN JH; FRENCH SJ; READ NW
      THE EFFECT OF SUCROSE-SWEETENED AND ASPARTAME-SWEETENED DRINKS ON ENERGY-INTAKE, HUNGER AND FOOD CHOICE OF FEMALE, MODERATELY RESTRAINED EATERS

      International journal of obesity
    13. BLACK CMD; WILSON GT; LABOUVIE E; HEFFERNAN K
      SELECTIVE PROCESSING OF EATING DISORDER RELEVANT STIMULI - DOES THE STROOP TEST PROVIDE AN OBJECTIVE-MEASURE OF BULIMIA-NERVOSA

      The International journal of eating disorders
    14. TELCH CF; AGRAS WS
      DO EMOTIONAL STATES INFLUENCE BINGE-EATING IN THE OBESE

      The International journal of eating disorders
    15. RIEMANN BC; MCNALLY RJ
      COGNITIVE PROCESSING OF PERSONALLY RELEVANT INFORMATION

      Cognition and emotion
    16. TUSCHEN B; VOGELE C; KUHNHARDT K; CLEVEPRINZ W
      DOES MENTAL STRESS INCREASE THE DESIRE TO BINGE - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY ON BULIMICS

      Zeitschrift fur klinische Psychologie


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