What Constitutes Clinically Significant Binge Eating? Association between Binge Features and Clinical Validators in College-Age Women

Volume 46, Issue 3

About the Course:

To investigate the association between binge features and clinical validators.


Wiley Interscience Journal, International Journal of Eating Disorders

Publication Date:

April 2013


Anna Vannucci, MS; Kelly R. Theim, PhD; Andrea E. Kass, MA; Mickey Trockel, PhD; Brooke Genkin, BA; Marianne Rizk, BA; Hannah Weisman, BA; Jakki O. Bailey, MA; Meghan M. Sinton, PhD; Vandana Aspen, PhD; Denise E. Wilfley, PhD; C. Barr Taylor, MD

Recommended For:

This course is recommended for psychologists, social workers, and any health care professionals who seek knowledge about the identification and assessment of binge eating.

Course Objectives:

  1. Describe the available evidence on the validity of criteria for defining clinically significant binge eating.

  2. Explain which binge features, when examined together, are associated with clinical impairment and psychiatric comorbidity.

  3. Describe methods (e.g., types of questions) to assess and to identify binge eating that is likely to be clinically meaningful and require intervention.

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