Invalidating childhood environment scale
L’importance de la perception des pratiques parentales et du climat familial dans le développement des troubles psychologiques est discutée.
The Invalidating Childhood Environments Scale (ICES) was developed by Mountford et al.
Eating disorders are serious and frequently involve the presence of other psychological disorders such as anxiety or depression. The relationship of self-esteem and body esteem in women with and without eating disorders.
While eating disorders appear to be underpinned by a number of interacting social, cultural, psychological and physiological factors, research suggests growing up in an emotionally invalidating environment and possessing poor self-esteem are related to the development of both anorexia and bulimia. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 31, 318-323. Bulimia as a disturbance of narcissism: Self-esteem and the capacity to self-soothe.
(2007) in order to measure the parental invalidation of the child's emotional needs from the adolescent or young adult perception.
Self-esteem describes the opinion an individual holds about how worthy the self is. Karatzias, T., Chouliara, Z., Power, K., Collin, P., Yellowlees, A., & Grierson, D. General psychopathology in anorexia nervosa: The role of psychosocial factors.
Il s’agit d’une évaluation rétrospective de la perception de l’adolescent ou du jeune adulte.
L’objectif de cette recherche était la validation de la version française de l’ICES basée sur l’étude de sa structure et ses propriétés psychométriques.
Self-esteem references can be refer to global (ie I am a good/bad person) or a specific (I am a good/bad writer) personal traits. Social and body self-esteem in adolescents with eating disorders. Invalidating childhood environments in anorexia and bulimia. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 17, 519-527.
A number of studies have demonstrated that impaired global self-esteem is often present in conjunction with ED symptoms including AN and/or BN (Karatzias et al., 2010; Gila, Castro, Gomez, & Toro, 2005; Jacobi et al., 2004) as is low body-related self-esteem (Gila et al.; Mendelson, Mc Laren, Gauvin ,& Steiger, 2002), with Mendelson et al. International Journal of Psychology and Psychological Therapy, 1, 63-71.