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  • Tendency Toward Negative Moods in Preadolescence Linked to Eating Disorders in Young Adulthood

    Psych News Alert Feb 21, 2020 | 20:46 pm

    Tendency Toward Negative Moods in Preadolescence Linked to Eating Disorders in Young Adulthood Negative affectivity, a tendency toward feeling negative emotions such as anger or sadness, may increase the risk of developing eating disorders in young adulthood, a study in the International Journal of Eating Disorders has found.Annelies E. van Eeden, M.D., of Parnassia Psychiatric Institute in the Netherlands and colleagues used data from the Tracking Adolescents’ Individual Lives Survey (TRAILS), a Dutch community cohort study tracking youth from preadolescence to adulthood. Over[…]

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