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Behavioral and psychological implications of body dissatisfaction: Do men and women differ?
The relationships of body satisfaction, self-esteem, dieting, and exercise were studied in 92 men and women. Men and women did not differ in degree of body dissatisfaction as assessed by three
Craving Facebook? Behavioral addiction to online social networking and its association with emotion regulation deficits.
Modified measures of substance abuse and dependence are suitable in assessing disordered online social networking use and seems to arise as part of a cluster of symptoms of poor emotion regulation skills and heightened susceptibility to both substance and non-substance addiction.
The relationship of sex and sexual orientation to self-esteem, body shape satisfaction, and eating disorder symptomatology
The present data support several key trends in the literature: men generally reported less body dissatisfaction, internalization of socio-cultural standards of beauty, drive for thinness, and disordered eating, but a greater drive for muscularity than women; results indicated that different components of body image dissatisfaction and low self-esteem partially mediated the relationship between internalization and eating disorder symptomatology.
Pro-Eating Disorder Communities on Social Networking Sites: A Content Analysis
The purpose of this study was to assess the number of pro-ana groups on social networking sites and to analyze their content: social support and eating disorder specific content.
Self-Monitoring and the Attitude-Behavior Relation
It has been suggested that self-monitoring moderates attitude-behavior relations by influencing the perceived relevance of attitudes as guides for action. To test an alternative interpretation, 155
Moderators of the Relationship Between Body Image Dissatisfaction and Disordered Eating
Modation analyses indicated that anxiety, depression, and dieting significantly moderated the relationship between body dissatisfaction and disordered eating, whereas impulsivity did not.
Psychological Inflexibility and Symptom Expression in Anorexia Nervosa
A model of anorexia nervosa (AN) is outlined as a disorder of psychological inflexibility, motivated by an insatiable desire for prediction and control with related intolerance for uncertainty.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy as a Novel Treatment for Eating Disorders
Examination of whether the addition of ACT groups to treatment-as-usual (TAU) at a residential treatment facility for eating disorders would improve treatment outcomes suggests that ACT is a viable treatment option for individuals with eating pathology and further outcome research is warranted.