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Glenn Waller
Glenn Waller
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Evidence-based treatment and therapist drift
G Waller
Behaviour research and therapy 47 (2), 119-127, 2009
4322009
Psychometric properties of the long and short versions of the Young Schema Questionnaire: Core beliefs among bulimic and comparison women
G Waller, C Meyer, V Ohanian
Cognitive therapy and research 25 (2), 137-147, 2001
3782001
Distress tolerance in the eating disorders
E Corstorphine, V Mountford, S Tomlinson, G Waller, C Meyer
Eating behaviors 8 (1), 91-97, 2007
3462007
A greater role of emotional than physical or sexual abuse in predicting disordered eating attitudes: The role of mediating variables
A Kent, G Waller, D Dagnan
International Journal of Eating Disorders 25 (2), 159-167, 1999
3331999
Anxiety in the eating disorders: Understanding the overlap
E Pallister, G Waller
Clinical psychology review 28 (3), 366-386, 2008
3272008
See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil: Why do relatively few male victims of childhood sexual abuse receive help for abuse-related issues in adulthood?
GR Holmes, L Offen, G Waller
Clinical Psychology Review 17 (1), 69-88, 1997
3061997
Excessive exercise in anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa: relation to eating characteristics and general psychopathology
E Peñas‐Lledó, FJ Vaz Leal, G Waller
International Journal of Eating Disorders 31 (4), 370-375, 2002
2912002
Eating disorders and perceived relationships with parents
R Calam, G Waller, P Slade, T Newton
International Journal of Eating Disorders 9 (5), 479-485, 1990
2841990
A functional analysis of binge-eating
F McManus, GI Waller
Clinical psychology review 15 (8), 845-863, 1995
2751995
Cognitive behavioral therapy for eating disorders: A comprehensive treatment guide
G Waller, H Cordery, E Corstorphine, H Hinrichsen, R Lawson, ...
Cambridge University Press, 2007
2732007
Cognitive content among bulimic women: The role of core beliefs
G Waller, V Ohanian, C Meyer, S Osman
International Journal of Eating Disorders 28 (2), 235-241, 2000
2702000
Parental style and vulnerability to depression: The role of core beliefs
R Shah, G Waller
The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 188 (1), 19-25, 2000
2702000
Media influences on body size estimation in anorexia and bulimia: An experimental study
K Hamilton, G Waller
The British Journal of Psychiatry 162 (6), 837-840, 1993
2611993
The impact of childhood emotional abuse: An extension of the child abuse and trauma scale
A Kent, G Waller
Child Abuse & Neglect 22 (5), 393-399, 1998
2541998
Sexual abuse as a factor in eating disorders
G Waller
The British Journal of Psychiatry 159 (5), 664-671, 1991
2511991
Bulimics' responses to food cravings: is binge-eating a product of hunger or emotional state?
A Waters, A Hill, G Waller
Behaviour Research and Therapy 39 (8), 877-886, 2001
2452001
Childhood emotional abuse and eating psychopathology
A Kent, G Waller
Clinical psychology review 20 (7), 887-903, 2000
2242000
Stress, coping, and disturbed eating attitudes in teenage girls
S Fryer, G Waller, BS Kroese
International Journal of Eating Disorders 22 (4), 427-436, 1997
2151997
Anger and core beliefs in the eating disorders
G Waller, M Babbs, R Milligan, C Meyer, V Ohanian, N Leung
International journal of eating disorders 34 (1), 118-124, 2003
2092003
Schema-Focused Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Eating Disorders.
G Waller, H Kennerley, V Ohanian
American Psychological Association, 2007
2052007
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