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Abstract: The objective of the study was to develop a semi-structured interview with which to investigate cognitions and their origins in female patients with anorexia nervosa, normal female dieters and female nondieting controls and to explore group differences in cognitions and, where appropriate, the role of early experience in their development. Following piloting, all participants completed the semi-structured interview and five self-report questionnaires to assess reliability and validity of the interview. When di… Show more

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“…Non-clinical participants were also screened using a brief questionnaire developed from the 'dieting' supplement of the Eating Disorders Examination (Cooper & Fairburn, 1992;Turner & Cooper, 2002) to allocate participants to the appropriate control group and to screen out participants who had ever engaged in symptomatic eating disordered behaviour, for example self-induced vomiting.…”
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“…Non-clinical participants were also screened using a brief questionnaire developed from the 'dieting' supplement of the Eating Disorders Examination (Cooper & Fairburn, 1992;Turner & Cooper, 2002) to allocate participants to the appropriate control group and to screen out participants who had ever engaged in symptomatic eating disordered behaviour, for example self-induced vomiting.…”
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“…they are more certain that they are true) (Turner & Cooper, 2002) and they have also been found to be more worried by their depressive thoughts than controls (Clark, Feldman, & Channon, 1989). Clinically, the metacognitive appraisals we have observed in patients with eating disorders are often subtle and hidden.…”
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“…Guidano and Liotti (1983) and Liotti (1987) note that beliefs relating to personal ineffectiveness, emptiness and failure seem to be important. However, while there is some preliminary research support for the general existence of negative self beliefs in AN (Turner & Cooper, 2002), it remains unclear if this specific content is present or particularly important in the disorder.…”
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“…A semi-structured interview was designed and adapted from previous interviews with patients with eating disorders (Cooper, Todd, & Wells, 1998;Turner & Cooper, 2002). Participants were asked to remember the last time they felt worried, anxious or bad about their eating, weight or shape.…”
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