Behavioral: Educational Control
We selected a T1D management/Eating disorder psychoeducational comparison condition previously tested (Olmsted et al., 2002) to control for expectancy effects and demand characteristics. To match the Diabetes Body Project, the educational lectures by Dr. Olmsted will be delivered in 6 1-hour blocks. Topics include basic information about the various EDs, complications of ED behaviors, diabetes and body image, effects of dieting on blood glucose, and the risk of complications.
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