Association of etiological factors across the extreme end and continuous variation in disordered eating in female Swedish twins

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Authors: Lisa Dinkler, Mark J. Taylor, Maria Råstam, Nouchine Hadjikhani

Journal: Cambridge University Press. 17 December 2019

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