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Research project

Many professionals and researchers from different places turn to ANEB to recruit participants to contribute to studies on eating disorders. These studies allow for a better understand of eating disorders, their causes, consequences, and, most importantly, treatment options. Thanks to scientific research, specialized forms of therapy can be offered to clients. In this section, you’ll find the current research projects as well as instructions on how to participate.

Ongoing research about obsessive-compulsive disorder and eating disorders

The obsessive-compulsive and tic disorder studies centre at the Institut universitaire en santé mentale de Montréal is currently recruiting people to participate in an experimental study on a thought process associated with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and eating disorders. If you are a woman 18 to 45 years of age suffering from anorexia or bulimia, and you have not been diagnosed with OCD, you can take part in this study. It will only take an hour and a half of your time.

To learn more about the goals of this research, or if you wish to participate, please download this document

Ongoing research on perfectionism

The anxiety and perfectionism research laboratory as well as LoriCorps research center, at Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières, are looking for people who wish to participate in their research. The study examines the motives leading people to pursue certain behaviours related to perfectionism in terms of nutrition.

To learn more about the goals of this research, or if you wish to participate, please download this document (only available in French)

Ongoing research about Eating disorders

The Eating Disorders Program at the Douglas Institute is conducting a study entitled: A gene x environment/ epigenetic study in women with an Eating Disorder Researcher responsible for the project is: Howard Steiger, PhD, Director of the EDP and Professor in Psychiatry at McGill University

To learn more about the goals of this research, or if you wish to participate, please download this document.

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