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Scott Griffiths
NHMRC Research Fellow at investigating eating disorders, muscle dysmorphia, anabolic steroids, body image, and appearance-related stigmatisation
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HEDs May 23
Breaking down the “Blue Wall of Silence,” this book by investigates the widespread, illegal use of anabolic in major urban police departments and how it contributes to excessive violence in American policing. More info here:
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zali yager May 23
Hey this is us !
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Universities Aust. May 23
between researchers and to create an Australian-first school program to prevent teenage boys with poor body image from turning to steroids and sport supplements.
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Scott Griffiths May 23
We are calling for nominations for two awards, the 2018 Distinguished Achievement in the Field of Eating Disorders Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award. Nominate your colleagues here:
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maritasays May 21
"We cannot continue to extrapolate findings from largely female samples or draw conclusions relating to male EDs from measures that do not index the most salient aspects of disordered eating for males." YES!
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Mitchell L Cunningham May 19
I’m going to reference this as a wake-up call in the travel grant application - more research with males is needed!
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Dr Stuart Murray May 18
"Less than 1% of all research to date has focused on males..." Check out our call to action: We need more community-based research in males!
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Jason Nagata May 18
Less than 1% of research has focused on males. Because few males reach the clinic setting, research in community samples is the key to advancing our understanding of male eating disorders
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Academy for E.D. May 13
in . Not a Phase. Not a choice. Not a joke
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Dr Stuart Murray May 14
Great discussion with at about the importance of recognizing and addressing issues in males. Thanks for the platform to chat about such an important topic!
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ANZAED May 13
Registrations now open for our 2018 Conference in Melbourne on 3-4 August. Coming?
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Brian Nosek May 11
Science is neither infallible nor certain. The hardest part of reasoning about scientific evidence is embracing the uncertainty and simultaneously recognizing progress toward understanding.
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Scott Griffiths May 11
Replying to @dsquintana
god i want to steal this so bad
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Scott Griffiths May 11
Replying to @dsquintana
LOL
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Jose Antonio PhD May 9
Resistance-trained men that consumed a high protein diet (2.5–3.3 g/kg/d) for 1 year: kidney function fine.
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Jim McVeigh May 8
An update of the important anabolic steroid prevalence work by Sagoe & Pallesan A comprehensive overview and an excellent resource.
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Patrick McGorry May 8
Thanks also to and for your contribution to ’ successful campaign for MH research
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Maree Teesson May 8
Brilliant news for mental health and mental health research.. $125 for million minds.. thank you to my passionate colleagues we were brave and put aside our interests and we achieved a stronger future .
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Dhanu May 4
This is really a great article. Yeah, in fact, that's what most people nowadays think of male's ideal body. I was previously thinking that I needed steroids and supplements. Now, this article helps me a lot consider training my body naturally.
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Scott Griffiths May 7
Awesome from Dr. Aaron Blashill and his team () . Covers clinical and research issues (and measurement issues in particular)
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