Eating Disorders; Epidemiologic Measurements; Epidemiology; Internet; Mental Health; Primary Prevention; Secondary Prevention
- Child and Adolescent Psychiatry including Eating Disorders
Research Area: eating disorders and associated diseases
- Eating Disorders
- Epidemiology of psychiatric disorders
- E-Mental Health
- Research methods
Techniques, methods & infrastructure
- Epidemiological Assessments
- Randomized-controlled clinical trials
- Quantitative and qualitative research
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