An integrative affect regulation process model of internalized weight bias and intuitive eating in college women.

@article{Webb2016AnIA,
  title={An integrative affect regulation process model of internalized weight bias and intuitive eating in college women.},
  author={Jennifer B. Webb and Abigail S Hardin},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2016},
  volume={102},
  pages={60-9}
}
The present study extended the weight stigma and well-being process model (Tylka et al., 2014) by examining three affect regulation pathways that may help simultaneously explain the predicted inverse association between internalized weight bias and intuitive eating. A weight-diverse sample of 333 college women completed an online survey assessing internalized weight stigma, intuitive eating, body shame, body image flexibility, and self-compassion. Self-reported height and weight were used to… CONTINUE READING

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