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Organization of the narrative components in autobiographical speech of anorexic adolescents: A statistical and non-linear dynamical analysis

Abstract : Family theories of anorexia nervosa point out that patients’ autobiographic speech may reflect internalized family interactions. Our study characterizes the statistical distribution and temporal organization of the narrative components describing personal relationships in anorexic and control subjects. Semantic components related to personal interactions were encoded from life narratives of 14 adolescent girls with anorexia nervosa (restrictive type) and of 13 matched healthy adolescent girls. Speech analysis was performed using both statistical methods and non-linear time-series analysis. Static indices showed an over-representation of family relations and an under-representation of love relations in anorexic patients. Dynamical indices showed the independence between relational systems in anorexic patients. Dynamical analysis reveals that interactional patterns are internalized through the temporal organization of autobiographical speech. Moreover, these results support the existence of a specific temporal organization in anorexic adolescents’ life narratives which express the internalization of stationary family patterns and indicate relative inability to disengage from active previous relational patterns and to create new ones.
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Karyn Doba, Jean-Louis Nandrino, Annick Lesne, Christine Humez, Laurent Pezard. Organization of the narrative components in autobiographical speech of anorexic adolescents: A statistical and non-linear dynamical analysis. New Ideas in Psychology, Elsevier, 2008, New Ideas in Psychology, 26 (2), pp.295-308. ⟨10.1016/j.newideapsych.2007.07.004⟩. ⟨hal-03109112⟩

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