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19, No. 2/3, pp. 00 Pergamon Press Ltd. SIMILARITIES AMONG BULIMIC GROUPS SELECTED BY DIFFERENT WEIGHTS AND WEIGHT HISTORIES DAVID M. GARNER, MARION P. OLMSTED and PAUL E. GARFINKEL Departments of Psychiatry, University of Toronto and the Toronto General Hospital Summary—Four groups of bulimic patients with different weights and weight histories were compared on measures of eating and psychological functioning. Results with the Eating Disorder Inventory and Eating Attitudes Test indicated that groups were similar in terms of attitudes toward food, eating and body dissatisfaction as well as other traits which have been identified as relevant to eating disorder patients.
Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimic Disorders. Current Perspectives by G.I. Szmukler, P. D. Slade and P. Harris (Eds.)