Eating disorders and social maladjustment in female medical students

  • Herzog D
  • Pepose M
  • Norman D
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Abstract

A survey of eating disorders in female medical students showed that 15% had a lifetime history of bulimia or anorexia nervosa. On the work, social/leisure, and overall subscales of the Social Adjustment Scale Self-Report, those medical students who had current or previous eating disorders reported greater social maladjustment then medical students who did not have eating disorders.

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Authors

  • David B. Herzog

  • Maura Pepose

  • Dennis K. Norman

  • Nancy A. Rigotti

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