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Eating disorders and compulsivity: neural, computational, and psychopharmacological approaches

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This DPhil thesis takes the transdiagnostic construct of compulsivity as a basis for investigation into eating disorders, which are severe psychiatric disorders with high mortality rates.

This thesis includes three experimental studies (discussed in Chapters 3 to 5), which investigate different aspects of eating disorders and compulsivity.

The first experimental study (Chapter 3) is a multimodal magnetic resonance imaging study, in which the neural basis of compulsivity was i...

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Department of Psychiatry
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1650420
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Alexandra Pike
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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