A Preliminary Investigation of the Eating Disorder Continuum With Men

@inproceedings{Tylka2002API,
  title={A Preliminary Investigation of the Eating Disorder Continuum With Men},
  author={Tracey L. Tylka and Linda Mezdlo Subich},
  year={2002}
}
Men largely are neglected in research on eating disturbances, including research on the eating disorder continuum. This research explored whether the eating disorder continuum provides an accurate representation for men of characteristics related to disturbed eating in women. Results for a sample of 166 men were mixed, offering limited support for both the continuity and discontinuity perspectives. Scores on poor interoceptive awareness and on perceptions of long-term effectiveness, short-term… CONTINUE READING

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