Twitter | Search | |
Dr Stuart Murray
Clinical psychologist. Assistant Professor at . Researcher. Author.
1,311
Tweets
653
Following
1,691
Followers
Tweets
Dr Stuart Murray 10h
Winning the grant.... And then completing data collection...
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Cynthia Bulik Jul 15
Our latest ANGI/PGC-ED of ~17K individuals yields 8 genome-wide significant loci & implicates metabo-genetic origins for the illness.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Dan Quintana 6 Feb 18
I used to struggle with the "I should really be writing now" guilt during my downtime. I felt this guilt at night because I looked back at my work day & realised how much time I spent *not working*. Here's how I beat this guilt & began to enjoy my nights/weekends again [THREAD]
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray Jul 10
Hey you guys! Yep, this is from an upcoming paper my lab is just finishing up. Happy to share!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Deb Mitchison Jul 8
Body image in focus as study reveals 1 in 5 teens have experienced an 'impairing' eating disorder via
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray Jun 27
Hands up if you've ever heard colleagues say research is too esoteric for broad interest in high impact journals. Well, it turns out that research has the highest citation & Almtetric score in high impact psychiatry journals. Yet still neglected.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray Jun 26
Bay Area colleagues, we're still recruiting for our NIMH-sponsored study of associative learning in adolescents with . All adolescent girls (12-19 years of age) with a diagnosis of AN can participate. Please RT!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Jason Nagata Jun 21
How can parents promote in and young ? What do we know about in ? Excited to share some insights with in this podcast
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Deb Mitchison Jun 20
Men experience eating disorders too! In this study led by we found 1 in 5 young men are actively engaged in extreme behaviors to "bulk up" - how many are suffering without access to help?
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Jason Nagata Jun 20
22% of young men engage in muscularity-oriented disordered eating behaviors to bulk up. Published in special issue on male
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray Jun 18
Very pleased to learn that the International Journal of Eating Disorders is now accepting Registered Reports, and now requires all submissions to include info about open data sharing! Way to lead the field towards , IJED!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Dan Quintana Jun 15
The hierarchy of evidence (2019 update)
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health Jun 14
Replying to @jasonmnagata
The sociocultural body ideals portrayed to boys can motivate -oriented disordered eating behaviours such as protein overconsumption and . Comment by & colleagues:
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Michael Cabana, MD Jun 13
Congrats to fellow Dr , 2019 Grumbach Award Winner. Today’s Grand Rounds on “Boys, & bradycardia”
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray Jun 6
Thanks so much , and good luck with the paper! Excited to read it when it comes out online!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray May 31
Replying to @UCSF_EDP @UCSF
Way to go, Sam!
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
UCSF EatingDisorders May 31
It's been a productive year for publishing at the !! See below for the list of our publications from January-June of this year.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health May 20
Disordered eating might be qualitatively different, rather than markedly less prevalent, in boys. New comment by & colleagues on emerging trends such as muscle building, macronutrient supplementations, and
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Charles Weijer May 17
DO POSITIVE GET MORE ATTENTION? No. . "No association was found between the postpublication metrics of RCTs published in JAMA Network journals and the direction of their findings."
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Stuart Murray retweeted
Brian Nosek May 19
Open science for early-career researchers in life sciences: Risks, Benefits, and Practical tips In by and
Reply Retweet Like