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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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Congrats , winner of the Journal of Eating Disorders Best Poster award at the Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders 2018 Conference: Melbourne for Z. Yager, L. Hart & I. Prichard: ": Impact of Embrace and the Body Image Movement"
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Scott Griffiths Aug 16
Replying to @katiehgreenaway
Woops I meant ! Sorry Katie!
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Scott Griffiths Aug 16
Presentations on improving the rigour and reproducibility of psychology here at . Woo! Drinks to follow (v. important 🥂) chairing
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Dr Russell Delderfield Aug 16
This article is well worth a read - whether you are a clinician, a parent/carer or a man living with disordered eating:
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Dr Emily Kate Aug 16
here it is 👍
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ED Journal of T&P Aug 15
What do clinicians and researchers that deliver think about the mechanisms of change? A qualitative study in investigates the overlap between clinician beliefs about therapy progress and the existing evidence!
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J Eat Disord Aug 14
Role of gender in the treatment experiences of people with an eating disorder: a metasynthesis
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Dr Ian D. Boardley Aug 14
Frontiers | Understanding the Paths to Appearance- and Performance-Enhancing Drug Use in Bodybuilding | Psychology
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Nadia Craddock Aug 15
...And here’s the full episode: Let us know what you think and if you haven’t already, please do rate the podcast on 🙏🏽🙏🏽
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Dr Zali Yager Aug 14
Body Confident Mums featured on the Appearance Matters Podcast- Listen, share, and tell us what you think!
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Tom Jewell Aug 14
Still absorbing this epic meta-analysis of RCTs in anorexia nervosa by and colleagues. What has it shown? What questions are still unanswered? THREAD. (1/~)
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BISH Lab Aug 13
Sobering findings on the treatment of nervosa...plenty of room for developing new (and hopefully efficacious) interventions...great work
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Scott Griffiths Aug 13
New w/ & : "Treatment outcomes for nervosa: a systematic review & meta-analysis of RCTs". Published today in Psychological Medicine (). Read Stuart's summary of the paper here:
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Dr Stuart Murray Aug 13
Big thanks to my awesome team of co-authors, of & , Katharine Loeb of , of , & Daniel Le Grange of & . This one was a massive team effort!
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Dr Stuart Murray Aug 13
Check out our comprehensive meta-analysis of treatment outcomes for , including all RCTs between 1980-2017, and delineating outcomes by weight- and cognitive symptoms. Findings summarized in thread below.
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Scott Griffiths Aug 12
"Boys as young as five facing body image issues, researchers find"
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Dr Stuart Murray Aug 11
Welcoming my friend, colleague & amazing researcher to the Twittersphere! Give her a follow for important research updates, and general pearls of wisdom!
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Dr Stuart Murray Aug 9
Super interesting case study documenting severe refeeding syndrome in a professional male bodybuilder, following pre-contest dietary restriction. Important to keep in mind that refeeding syndrome does not only effect those emaciated from starvation.
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Miranda van Tilburg Aug 2
I have been trying to teach my students about the fallacy of the wellness mantra and how it wrongly blames people for their diseases (heart disease? You must have had a terrible diet). Please all read this article.
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