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Prevalence and sociodemographic correlates of eating disorder endorsements among adolescents and young adults from China.
  • H. Chen, T. Jackson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • European eating disorders review : the journal of…
  • 1 September 2008
This research assessed the prevalence and sociodemographic correlates of eating disorder symptoms among young people from China. A sample of 1320 females and 783 males between 12 and 22 years of ageExpand
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Biases in orienting and maintenance of attention among weight dissatisfied women: an eye-movement study.
Despite evidence indicating fatness and thinness information are processed differently among weight-preoccupied and eating disordered individuals, the exact nature of these attentional biases is notExpand
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Identifying cognitive preferences for attractive female faces: An event‐related potential experiment using a study‐test paradigm
In this experiment, sensitivity to female facial attractiveness was examined by comparing event‐related potentials (ERPs) in response to attractive and unattractive female faces within a study‐testExpand
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Sociocultural Predictors of Physical Appearance Concerns among Adolescent Girls and Young Women from China
This research assessed the extent to which sociocultural predictors of body dissatisfaction implicated in Western studies extend to the prediction of physical appearance concerns among young womenExpand
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I can't stop looking at them: interactive effects of body mass index and weight dissatisfaction on attention towards body shape photographs.
Although attentional biases toward body-related information contribute to the etiology and maintenance of body dissatisfaction (BD) and eating disorders (EDs), attentional disengagement in women withExpand
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Emotional primes modulate the responses to others’ pain: an ERP study
Previous event-related potential (ERP) and brain imaging studies have suggested observer responses to others’ pain are modulated by various bottom-up and top-down factors, including emotional primes.Expand
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The Negative Physical Self Scale: Initial development and validation in samples of Chinese adolescents and young adults.
This research presents four studies on the initial development and validation of the 48-item Negative Physical Self Scale (NPS), a multidimensional measure of body image concerns for use with ChineseExpand
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Gender and Age Group Differences in Mass Media and Interpersonal Influences on Body Dissatisfaction Among Chinese Adolescents
Despite evidence that middle adolescent girls (ages 14–17) experience more body dissatisfaction than early adolescent girls (ages 10–13) or boys at these ages, researchers have rarely consideredExpand
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Risk factors for disordered eating during early and middle adolescence: prospective evidence from mainland Chinese boys and girls.
Despite evidence that sociocultural and psychological factors contribute to disordered eating, researchers have yet to examine the extent to which putative risk factors influence vulnerability forExpand
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Effects of chronic pain and pain-related fear on orienting and maintenance of attention: an eye movement study.
UNLABELLED In this study, effects of chronic pain and pain-related fear on orienting and maintenance of attention toward pain stimuli were evaluated by tracking eye movements within a dot-probeExpand
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