1: J Pers Assess. 2008 Jul;90(4):356-67. Links
Changes in defensiveness and in affective distress following inpatient treatment of eating disorders: Rorschach comprehensive system and self-report measures.
Safra Children's Hospital, Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Israel. Lilyrot@attglobal.net
Conceptualizing eating disorders (EDs) as forming a coping mechanism against facing psychic pain, in this study, we examined the contribution of weight stabilization and ED behaviors to psychological outcomes of affective distress, defensiveness, and contact with inner/external reality among 2 subgroups of adolescent inpatients with (a) "restricting type" anorexia (AN-R) and (b) bingeing/purging type EDs (B/P). We administered Rorschach Comprehensive System (CS; Exner, 2003) and self-report measures at acute admission and on discharge. Data indicated that in both subgroups, stabilization of weight and disordered eating behaviors was accompanied by reduced explicit (self-reported) affective distress, yet by elevated implicit affective distress (D, SumShd). Subgroups' different Rorschach change trends indicated different dynamic processes in defensive style and contact with inner/external reality.PMID: 18584444 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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