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A randomised controlled trial of cognitive-behaviour therapy for clinical perfectionism - A preliminary study

A randomised controlled trial of cognitive-behaviour therapy for clinical perfectionism - A preliminary study

The ‘‘Not Otherwise Specified’’ (NOS) category within DSM-IV is designed for disorders of clinical severity that are not specified within broad diagnostic classes. ‘‘NOS’’ diagnoses are intended to be residual categories and they tend to be neglected by researchers. This can be inappropriate. The problems associated with certain NOS diagnoses are well illustrated by ‘‘Eating Disorder NOS’’ (sometimes termed EDNOS), which is the most common category of eating disorder encountered in routine clinical practice yet it has barely been studied. Indeed, there has been no research on its treatment. Interim and longer-term conceptual and practical solutions to the anomalous status of eatingdisorder NOS are proposed including the creation of a new diagnosis termed ‘‘mixed eating disorder’’. Several... Show More
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