How To Listen
Jake Linardon, PhD
Dr. Jake Linardon is a Lecturer in Psychology at Deakin University, Melbourne Australia. He started working at Deakin in 2018, shortly finishing his PhD at Australian Catholic University (2017). He continues to research into eating disorders, with a primary focus on testing and evaluating a broad range of treatment approaches for eating disorders.
In just his short time as a researcher , he has published around 25 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, most of which he principally led and was the first author. He recently joined the editorial board for the International Journal of Eating Disorders, which is the most prestigious academic journal devoted toward the science of eating disorders.
His intentions are to build a program of research that focuses on preventing and treating mental health and eating disorders through the latest digital technologies.
In This Episode We Discuss
- Looking at root causes, rather than characteristics, of eating disorders
- The behvioural/psychological interventions that are currently deemed to be effective
- Defining a binge eating episode
- Body image & self-worth
- Dietary restraint: Rigid dietary control, flexible dietary control, and intuitive eating
- Eating competence
- “Body checking” and “body avoidance”
Links & Resources
- Linardon & Mitchell, 2017 – Rigid dietary control, flexible dietary control, and intuitive eating: Evidence for their differential relationship to disordered eating and body image concerns
- Linardon, 2018 – The relationship between dietary restraint and binge eating: Examining eating-related self-efficacy as a moderator
- Linardon et al., 2019 – Meta-analysis of the effects of third-wave behavioural interventions on disordered eating and body image concerns: implications for eating disorder prevention
- Linardon et al., 2019 – Do body checking and avoidance behaviours explain variance in disordered eating beyond attitudinal measures of body image?
- Linardon et al., 2018 – Meta-analysis of the effects of cognitive-behavioral therapy for binge-eating-type disorders on abstinence rates in nonrandomized effectiveness studies
- Linardon et al., 2019 – Efficacy of psychotherapy for bulimia nervosa and binge-eating disorder on self-esteem improvement: Meta-analysis