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Eating Disorders 2013

The 21st International Conference
17.-19.10.2013, Congress Centrum Alpbach, Tyrol, Austria

Best Paper Award

The winner of the Gold Paper Award will get free attendance at the next meeting Eating Disorders Alpbach 2014, the 22nd International Conference.

1st Place:
„SAFE“ – Das Behandlungsmodul für traumatisierte Patienten mit Essstörungen bzw. multi-impulsivem, selbstverletzendem Verhalten am Anton Proksch Institut Wien
Ute ANDORFER
Anton Proksch Institut Wien, Austria

2nd Place:
Profile of a group of outpatients with Eating Disorders in Eastern Piedmont
Francesca RESSICO, Alessandro FEGGI, Pierluigi PROSPERINI, Carla GRAMAGLIA, Ada LOMBARDI, Maria ANTONA, Nunzia CHIEPPA, Franca DO, Patrizia ZEPPEGNO
Institute of Psychiatry, Novara, Italy

3rd Place:
Dopaminergic activity and altered reward modulation in anorexia nervosa
Ursula BAILER
1University of California, San Diego, Department of Psychiatry, La Jolla, California
2Medizinische Universität Wien, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Austria

 

Best Poster Award

The winner of the Gold Poster Award will get free attendance at the next meeting Eating Disorders Alpbach 2014, the 22nd International Conference.

1st Place:
“Polish adaption of Eating Disorders Inventory 3”
Radoslaw ROGOZA1, Marta WITKOWSKA2, Cezary ŻECHOWSKI1
1 Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University, Institute of Psychology, Warsaw, Poland
2 Research Institute of Bond and Social Relationships, Warsaw

2nd Place:
“Online-Coaching zur Förderung eines positiven Körperbildes bei Anorexia nervosa”
Cornelia GRAUPNER-KÜSEL, Bernhard ERTL
Universität der Bundeswehr München, Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften, Neubiberg,
Germany

3rd Place:
“Autobiographical memory processes in patients with anorexia nervosa with or
without associated depression”
Timea KRIZBAI1, Pál SZABÓ2
1Sapientia, Hungarian University of Transylvania, Faculty of Technical and Human Sciences,
Targu-Mures, Romania
2University of Debrecen, Institute of Psychology, Debrecen, Hungary

“Der Einfluss von Persönlichkeitspathologie auf den Verlauf der Anorexia Nervosa
im Jugendalter: erste empirische Ergebnisse und Ausblick”
Alessa HENNING, Maya K. KRISCHER
Uniklinik Köln, Kinder- und Jugendpsychiatrie, Köln, Germany