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Professor Kate Tchanturia

  1. Cognitive Flexibility and Clinical Severity in Eating Disorders

    Tchanturia, K., Harrison, A., Davies, H., Roberts, M., Oldershaw, A., Nakazato, M., Stahl, D., Morris, R., Schmidt, U. & Treasure, J., 15 Jun 2011, In : PL o S One . 6, 6, e20462.

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  2. A case study introducing cognitive remediation and emotion skills training for anorexia nervosa inpatient care

    Money, C., Davies, H. & Tchanturia, K., 1 Apr 2011, In : Clinical Case Studies. 10, 2, p. 110-121 12 p.

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  3. Facial affect recognition in anorexia nervosa: is obsessionality a missing piece of the puzzle?

    Castro, L., Davies, H., Hale, L., Surguladze, S. & Tchanturia, K., Dec 2010, In : Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry. 44, 12, p. 1118 - 1125 8 p.

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  4. Long-term benefits of CRT for anorexia

    Genders, R., Davies, H., St. Louis, L., Kyriacou, O., Hambrook, D. & Tchanturia, K., 1 Dec 2008, In : British Journal of Healthcare Management. 14, 12 SUPPL., p. 15-19 5 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  5. Self-reported parental abuse relates to autobiographical memory style in patients with eating disorders

    Dalgleish, T., Tchanturia, K., Serpell, S., Hems, S., Yiend, J., De Silva, P. & Treasure, J., Sep 2003, In : EMOTION. 3, 3, p. 211 - 222 12 p.

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