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Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Adult Rumination Behavior in the Setting of Disordered Eating

Authors: Thomas, J. J., & Murray, H. B. (2016).

This paper uses a single case experimental design for a patient that experienced an eating disorder for 15 years. The study examined the benefits of self-monitoring only compared to self-monitoring + cognitive-behaviour techniques (including diaphragmatic breathing and behavioural experimentation).

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Full Citation: Thomas, J. J., & Murray, H. B. (2016). Cognitive‐behavioral treatment of adult rumination behavior in the setting of disordered eating: A single case experimental design. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 49(10), 967-972.

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