Epidemiological risk factor study concerning abnormal attitudes toward eating and adverse dieting behaviours among 12- to 25-years-old Chinese students.

@article{Tao2010EpidemiologicalRF,
  title={Epidemiological risk factor study concerning abnormal attitudes toward eating and adverse dieting behaviours among 12- to 25-years-old Chinese students.},
  author={Zheng Liu Tao},
  journal={European eating disorders review : the journal of the Eating Disorders Association},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 6},
  pages={507-14}
}
OBJECTIVE Most epidemiological studies of eating disorders have been carried out in North America and Western Europe. There are few exploratory studies in China on the prevalence of eating disorders and influential factors that cause eating disorders. METHOD A survey of school and college students aged between 12 and 25 in two cities in China had 1199 participants (95.8% response rate), 767 were female (63.9%) and 432 male (36.1%) Subjects completed questionnaires including the Eating… CONTINUE READING

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