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Prof Caroline Meyer - new publication in International Journal of Eating Disorders

Professor Caroline Meyer has co-authored a paper featured in this months International Journal of Eating Disorders.

The paper examines the range and frequency of parental mealtime strategies used during the family meal session of Family-Based Treatment (FBT) for adolescent anorexia nervosa, and explores the relationships between parental mealtime strategies, mealtime emotional tone and parental ‘success’ at encouraging adolescent food consumption.

The paper is titled 'How do parents of adolescent patients with anorexia nervosa interact with their child at mealtimes? A study of parental strategies used in the family meal session of family-based treatment' and can be accessed online at

Tue 06 Jan 2015, 11:27 | Tags: Psychology, Publications

Prof Caroline Meyer - new publication in Appetite journal

Prof Caroline Meyer is co-author on a new paper to be published in the next edition of Appetite.

White H, Haycraft E, Wallis D, Arcelus J, Leung N, Meyer C. (2015).Development of the Mealtime Emotions Measure for Adolescents (MEM-A): Gender differences in emotional responses to family mealtimes and eating psychopathology. Appetite 85: 76-83.

The paper can be downloaded in advance at

Tue 09 Dec 2014, 14:50 | Tags: Psychology, Journals, Publications, Articles

IDH profiled in Midlands Health Psychology Network newsletter

The Institute of Digital Healthcare has been profiled in the latest (Spring) edition of the Midlands Health Psychology Network (MHPN) newsletter.

The MHPN is a forum for health psychologists to share clinical and research experiences and information, keeping members up-to-date with health psychology related news and events.

The item focuses on some of the eHealth Innovation projects underway within the Institute and how researchers have combined their health research with their background in other disciplines to develop innovative solutions, such as PhD students Kristina Curtis and Stephen Ingram.

Read more here...

Tue 19 Mar 2013, 09:06 | Tags: PhD, Innovation, eHealth, Psychology, Articles