Objective Clinical Change of Cognitive-Behavioral Strategies for Binge Eating Behavior: Case Report

Authors: María Leticia Bautista-Díaz, Diana J. Bernardino-Miranda,
Mayaro Ortega-Luyando, Adriana Amaya-Hernández, Karina Franco-Paredes

ABSTRACT
The binge eating behavior in addition to affecting physical health generates psychological discomfort. The aim of this research was to evaluate the objective clinical change of an intervention with cognitive-behavioral strategies to modify binge eating and its associated variables. In this case report, two women (19 and 20 years old, respectively) diagnosed with binge eating disorder took part who signed an informed consent form and answered a battery of validated questionnaires in the Mexican population, this in the Pretest and Posttest phases to assess binge eating, body dissatisfaction, self-esteem, anxiety and depression symptoms, and quality of life. It was found that through the calculation of the objective clinical change, a favorable change between 50% and 80% of the assessed variables was found. It is concluded that the intervention using cognitive-behavioral strategies had a positive effect on binge eating and its associated variables. However, due to the nature of the study, it is not meant to generalize the findings, a case-control study would be necessary to strengthen these data to the medium and long term.

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Journal: Psychology
DOI: 10.4236/psych.2020.1112119(PDF)
Paper Id: 105997 (metadata)

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