The 2010 annual meeting was held in Boston.  Minutes of the business meeting are attached here.

The clinical section of the program included two symposia.  Their titles and links to more content are provided below.

Eating Disorders in the DSM-V: When is Eating Disordered.  Chair: Pamela Keel.  Presenters: G. Terence Wilson, Timothy Walsh, and Anne Becker.

Preschool Psychopathology: Should We Be Diagnosing It?  Chair: Adrian Angold.  Presenters: Helen Egger, Daniel Klein, Joan Luby.




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