Dietary restraint, hypnotizability and body image

@inproceedings{Wybraniec1996DietaryRH,
  title={Dietary restraint, hypnotizability and body image},
  author={Anna Wybraniec and David A. Oakley},
  year={1996}
}
There is growing evidence of a correlation between bulimia nervosa and hypnotic susceptibility. The present study supports the existence of a similar relationship in non-clinical populations between restrained eating and increased hypnotizability. In the second part of the study, a modified version of the Creative Imagination Scale was used to investigate the responsiveness of restrained and non-restrained eaters in a non-clinical group to suggestions of body image change. Non-restrained eaters… CONTINUE READING
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