As Poulsen et al. described elsewhere (2), the psychoanalytic psychotherapists did not examine binging and purging symptoms unless the patients spoke about them or unless there was an obvious reason to do so (e.g., the patient avoided any mention or was overly focused on symptoms). By contrast, enhanced CBT therapists focused primarily on binging and purging (1). As the primary outcome was binge and purge remission, differential results by treatment condition are not surprising. Evidence suggests that focused interventions across psychotherapies yield specific benefit in the particular symptom areas that are targeted (3).