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This study investigated the differential risk factors for the initiation of binge eating and the transition from binge eating to bulimia nervosa. Women from a population-based twin registry (850 complete pairs) were assessed with respect to specific measured variables (including demographics, religiosity, lifetime psychopathology, current symptomatology, and personality) and latent genetic and environmental variables. Because of the relative rarity of bulimia nervosa, statistical power was low,doi:10.1037/0278-6126.96.36.199 fatcat:7763saf5pvbpppvgaqkdr36pou