Primary prevention of eating disorders: Might it do more harm than good?

Authors: Carter, J.C., Steward, D.A., Dunn, V.J., Fairburn, C.G.
N=46 schoolgirls. Initial program designed to reduce dietary restraint had initial benefits for 6 months but subsequent increase in dietary restraint. Suggest that school-based interventions (as designed at the time) do more harm than good.