Anorexia Patients Overestimate Their Own Sizes in Study

Now there's more proof to show that patients with anorexia can't tell how thin they've actually become. Researchers from the University Hospital of Lille in France took a new approach to asking anorexic patients about how they perceived their body size. They used a projector to shine the outlines of doors of different widths on a wall and asked participants whether they would be able to fit through them. Then, researchers asked patients whether someone standing nearby would be able to fit...Full Story
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