10.89. Internet Severity and Activities Addiction Questionnaire, Eating Disorders Appendix (ISAAQ-ED)

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An unpublished questionnaire (supplementary to the ISAAQ) about problematic internet use in relation to eating disorders.

10.89.1. Intellectual property rights

  • Copyright (C) 2022 Konstantinos Ioannidis.

  • Licensing: apply to authors for permission.

10.89.2. History

  • Ioannidis K (2022). Taming the chimera-hydra: A multifaceted analysis of problematic use of the internet and eating disorders. Unpublished PhD thesis, Maastricht University. https://doi.org/10.26481/dis.20220623ki

10.89.3. Source

  • Konstantinos Ioannidis, personal communication, 2022.

  • Pertinent references from the task document:

    • Ioannidis K, Chamberlain SR (2021). Digital Hazards for Feeding and Eating: What We Know and What We Don’t. Current Psychiatry Reports 23: 56. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34264408/

    • Ioannidis K, Taylor C, Holt L, Brown K, Lochner C, Fineberg NA, Corazza O, Chamberlain SR, Roman-Urrestarazu A, Czabanowska K (2021). Problematic usage of the internet and eating disorder and related psychopathology: A multifaceted, systematic review and meta-analysis. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews 125: 569-581. https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33713700/