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Eating Disorders 2011

Anorexia & Bulimia nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Adipositas/Obesity

The 19th International Conference
20.-22.10.2011, Alpbach, Tirol, Austria

Best Paper Award

The winner of the Gold Award will get free attendance at the next meeting Eating Disorders Alpbach 2012, the 20th International Conference.

1st Place:
Industrielle Ernährung, Appetitstörung und
die Epidemie der „Wohlstandserkrankungen“ –
Koinzidenz oder Kausalität?
Ludwig KRAMER
Krankenhaus Rosenhügel, Wien, Austria

2nd Place:
Written and pictorial content in magazines and their possible relationship to eating disorders
Kornélia SZABO, Ferenc TÚRY
Semmelweis University, Behavioural Department, Budapest, Hungary

3rd Place:
On the road to recovery: a walk-in mobile home for eating disorders
Els VERHEYEN
Anorexia Nervosa – Bulimia Nervosa vzw (AN-BN), Leuven, Belgium

 

Best Poster Award

The winner of the Gold Award will get free attendance at the next meeting Eating Disorders Alpbach 2012, the 20th International Conference.

1st Place:
Zum Einfluss des Films “Die dünnen Mädchen” auf das Körpererleben junger Frauen mit und ohne Essstörungen
Annika GRIENEISEN, Hartmut IMGART
Parkland-Klinik, Fachabteilung für Essstörungen, Bad Wildungen, Germany

2nd Place:
The Association between sociocultural effects and bias against obese people at preadolescence ages
Ildikó PAPP1, Edit CZEGLÉDI2, Ferenc TÚRY1
1 Semmelweis University, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
2 Eötwös Loránd University Faculty of Educationi and Psychology, Budapest, Hungary

3rd Place:
The motivation for operation in aesthetical surgery: An interview study
Beáta SZÁSZI, Pál SZABÓ
University of Debrecen, Institute of Psychology, Debrecen, Hungary