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Toward valid and reliable brain imaging results in eating disorders

Authors: Guido K.W. Frank; Angela Favaro; Rachel Marsh; Stefan Ehrlich; Elizabeth A. Lawson;

Toward valid and reliable brain imaging results in eating disorders

Abstract

AbstractHuman brain imaging can help improve our understanding of mechanisms underlying brain function and how they drive behavior in health and disease. Such knowledge may eventually help us to devise better treatments for psychiatric disorders. However, the brain imaging literature in psychiatry and especially eating disorders has been inconsistent, and studies are often difficult to replicate. The extent or severity of extremes of eating and state of illness, which are often associated with differences in, for instance hormonal status, comorbidity, and medication use, commonly differ between studies and likely add to variation across study results. Those effects are in addition to the well‐described problems arising from differences in task designs, data quality control procedures, image data preprocessing and analysis or statistical thresholds applied across studies. Which of those factors are most relevant to improve reproducibility is still a question for debate and further research. Here we propose guidelines for brain imaging research in eating disorders to acquire valid results that are more reliable and clinically useful.

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Microsoft Academic Graph classification: Disease Neuroimaging medicine Reliability (statistics) business.industry Replicate medicine.disease Comorbidity Eating disorders Data quality Human brain imaging business Clinical psychology

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validity, brain imaging, Neuroimaging, eating disorders, Article, Feeding and Eating Disorders, Humans, brain imaging; eating disorders; guideline; method; reliability; validity; Psychiatry and Mental Health, reliability, Psychiatry and Mental health, method, Female, guideline

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