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Bulimia Clinical Trials

A listing of Bulimia medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.


Found (32) clinical trials

The ITA Model of Integrated Treatment of Eating Disorders

"ITA Salud Mental" offers integrated treatment for eating disorders including outpatient, inpatient and day hospital care. The routine assessment implemented to this aim includes both general measures to gauge the therapeutic progress (CORE system) and measures specific for eating disorders (EAT, BITE), which are administered from the beginning to the ...

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Mobile Attention Retraining in Overweight Female Adolescents

Over 30% of adolescents are overweight and 20% are obese, but the mechanisms that produce excessive weight gain in youth remain incompletely elucidated. Some overweight youth appear to have an attention bias (AB: a tendency to attend selectively to stimuli that have acquired salience or meaning) toward highly palatable food ...


Using Mobile Technology to Improve Self-Regulation

Health risk behavior, including poor diet, physical inactivity, tobacco and other substance use, causes as much as 40% of the illness, suffering, and early death related to chronic diseases. Non-adherence to medical regimens is an important exemplar of the challenges in changing health behavior and its associated impact on health ...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adolescent Binge Eating and Loss of Control Eating

Youth who engage in binge eating or loss-of-control eating are at high risk for physical and mental health impairment, as well as excess weight gain. As there are few evidence-based treatments for adolescents with binge/loss-of-control eating, assessment and treatment have received minimal attention for adolescent patients. Among adults, cognitive-behavioral therapy ...

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Emotion Regulation in Binge Eating and Purging Among Adolescents

The study will examine the neural and behavioral correlates of emotion regulation in adolescents engaging in binge eating and/or purging and healthy adolescents. Furthermore, it will look at the influence of executive function on emotion regulation in this population. This study will allow us to gain further understanding of the ...

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PROspective Longitudinal All-comer Inclusion Study in Eating Disorders

The objective is to increase the understanding of the psychopathology and pathophysiology of Eating Disorders. More specifically, the aim is to identify biomarkers that relate to prognosis, disease course and response to treatment as usual of Eating Disorders, and, to improve the understanding of the pathophysiology of Eating disorders in ...

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Neurobiology of Bulimia Nervosa

Eating disorders (EDs) affect 15 million women in the United States and have one of the highest mortality rates of any mental illness. Despite this, the underlying neurobiology remains poorly understood. EDs predominantly occur in women, and the frequency of certain symptoms change in a predictable pattern over the menstrual ...


Working Memory in Overweight Children With and Without Loss of Control Eating

Loss of control (LOC) eating in children is associated with multiple physical and mental health impairments, including obesity and eating disorders. Little is known about the developmental neurobiology of LOC, which is crucial to specifying its pathophysiology and the development of effective preventive interventions. Individual differences in working memory (WM) ...

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Binge Eating Anxiety and Mood

A randomized controlled trial (RCT) will evaluate an EF training enhanced cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for BED (EF-BED+CBT) compared to standard CBT in patients with BED and a comorbid mood/anxiety disorder to assess the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary efficacy of EF-BED+CBT in reducing binge eating, impairment, and comorbid depression/anxiety symptoms. ...

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Project REST: Regulation of Eating and Sleep Topography

Insufficient sleep and excess weight status contribute to adverse health outcomes across the lifespan, including risk for cardiometabolic disease. Cross-sectional data suggest that children with overweight/obesity are more likely to experience sleep disturbances than their non-overweight peers. Although the nature of this association may be bidirectional, prospective studies indicate that ...

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