Evaluating the convergence of muscle appearance attitude measures.

  title={Evaluating the convergence of muscle appearance attitude measures.},
  author={Guy Cafri and J Kevin Thompson},
  volume={11 3},
There has been growing interest in the assessment of a muscular appearance. Given the importance of assessing muscle appearance attitudes, the aim of this study was to explore the convergence of the Drive for Muscularity Scale, Somatomorphic Matrix, Contour Drawing Rating Scale, Male Figure Drawings, and the Muscularity Rating Scale. Participants were 76 men and 103 women who each completed four measures of body image that were meant to evaluate two distinct domains of appearance attitudes… CONTINUE READING

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