Marion E Roberts
Affiliation: King's College London
- A systematic review and meta-analysis of set-shifting ability in eating disordersMarion E Roberts
Division of Psychological Medicine, Eating Disorders Research Unit, Department of Academic Psychiatry, King s College, Guy s Hospital, London, UK
Psychol Med 37:1075-84. 2007..PsycINFO, Medline, and Web of Science databases were searched to December 2005. Hand searching of eating-disorder journals and relevant reference sections was also undertaken...
- Exploring the neurocognitive signature of poor set-shifting in anorexia and bulimia nervosaMarion E Roberts
Institute of Psychiatry, Division of Psychological Medicine and Psychiatry, Section of Eating Disorders, King s College London, United Kingdom
J Psychiatr Res 44:964-70. 2010..In sum, poor set-shifting is a transdiagnostic feature related to aspects of the illness but not to malnutrition. In part it is a familial trait, and is likely involved in the maintenance of the illness...
- Development and validation of the Detail and Flexibility Questionnaire (DFlex) in eating disordersMarion E Roberts
King s College London, Institute of Psychiatry, Division of Psychological Medicine and Psychiatry, Section of Eating Disorders, UK
Eat Behav 12:168-74. 2011..We suggest using the cognitive rigidity and attention to detail subscales independently to give a rough approximation of these two aspects of cognitive style as they manifest in the context of everyday life...
- Using neuropsychological feedback therapeutically in treatment for anorexia nervosa: two illustrative case reportsCarolina Lopez
Eating Disorders Unit, Department of Academic Psychiatry, Guy s Hospital, King s College, London, UK
Eur Eat Disord Rev 16:411-20. 2008..The short nature and promising results of this intervention make it an attractive addition to current treatment programmes...
- Is attention to detail a similarly strong candidate endophenotype for anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa?Marion E Roberts
Institute of Psychiatry, Division of Psychological Medicine, Section of Eating Disorders King s College London, London, UK
World J Biol Psychiatry 14:452-63. 2013..Integrating cognitive remediation of these traits into treatment for the subset of patients it is relevant for may improve outcome. ..
- Are obsessive-compulsive personality traits associated with a poor outcome in anorexia nervosa? A systematic review of randomized controlled trials and naturalistic outcome studiesAnna M Crane
Eating Disorders Research Unit, Institute of Psychiatry, King s College, London, United Kingdom
Int J Eat Disord 40:581-8. 2007..The aim of this review was to systematically search the literature to examine whether OCPD traits have an impact on the outcome of AN...