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Social-emotional dysfunction in middle school students: The role of anxiety on the experience of peer victimization and eating disorder symptoms
This study explored the impact of anxiety and its subtypes on the relation between peer victimization and eating disorder risk within an early adolescent sample in the context of the Social Information Processing model. ...
Asian American and Asian international college females: Eating behaviors, relationships, and culture
While the concepts of perfectionism, attachment, and relationship behavior have been studied extensively as correlates of disordered eating in Caucasian populations, much less is known about the relationships between these ...
Managing a Daughter's Eating Disorder: The Mothers' Experiences
Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that often occur in female adolescents and, at times, require a caregiver to help manage care and treatment. Interviews, guided loosely by a list of pertinent questions, were ...
Media and cultural influences in African-American girls' eating disorder risk
This study investigated media and cultural influences in the development of eating disorders in African-American middle school and early high school age females living in an urban area. Participants were recruited via word ...