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... at the Department for Psychosomatic Medicine at Innsbruck Medical University. Participants who terminated the questionnaire early (missing data n = 436) who reported implausible values, who screened positively for alcohol abuse only or for an eating disorder only (using physical activity for losing weight) were excluded from the present analysis (Fig. 1). There were 4-13% missing values for individual SAM ratings. The 498 participants included in the present analysis consisted of a group of patients (defined by positive screen on the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ, n = 183)) and a group of healthy participants (HC, negative PHQ screening; n = ...

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