The cognitive-interpersonal maintenance model of anorexia nervosa revisited: a summary of the evidence for cognitive, socio-emotional and interpersonal predisposing and perpetuating factors
Journal of Eating Disorders, April 2013
Janet Treasure, Ulrike Schmidt
To describe the evidence base relating to the Cognitive-Interpersonal Maintenance Model for anorexia nervosa (AN).
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