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Impulsivity And Traumas In The Eating Disorder

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  23 March 2020

M. Soto Laguna*
Affiliation:
Hopsital, Provincial de la Misericordia, Toledo, Spain
M.D.L.D. Pérez López
Affiliation:
Hopsital, Provincial de la Misericordia, Toledo, Spain
M.F. Diaz Marsá
Affiliation:
Hopsital, Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain
N.F. Aida
Affiliation:
Hopsital, Clinico San Carlos, Madrid, Spain
*
*Corresponding author.
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Abstract

Introduction

The eating disorder are not only isolated power problems. They interweave issues and pathologies in patients often difficult to approach and have crimping going to reach a solution and get to the real problem of the patient. As it has been observed in studies if they have established relationships between patients with an impulsive nature and traumatized regarding the presentation of eating disorders.

Objectives

Our study aims to establish the relationship between eating disorder such as anorexia and bulimia with factors such as impulsivity and suffered traumas.

Materials and methods

It has used a sample (n = 57) and patients spent three scales “Barratt Impulsiveness Scale” (BIS-11), “Questionnaire traumatic experiences” (TQ) and the BSQ, scale measuring dissatisfaction disorders eating behavior. The aim is to see the relationship between anorexia and bulimia regarding trauma and impulsivity.

Results

It is intended to check if having character traits of impulsivity or miss having lived or suffered traumatic experiences such as the unexpected death of a family member, rape, kidnapping… establishes a relationship in patients who develop conduct disorders food.

Conclusion

This study aims to see if there is a correlation between eating disorder and factors such as traumatic experiences and an influential feature in this pathology such as the impulsivity through a sample of patients (n = 57) over 18 years.

Disclosure of interest

The authors have not supplied their declaration of competing interest.

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Copyright © European Psychiatric Association 2016

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