Mirror feedback and judgments of body size.

@article{Gardner1989MirrorFA,
  title={Mirror feedback and judgments of body size.},
  author={Rick M Gardner and V Gallegos and Raisa Martinez and T Espinoza},
  journal={Journal of psychosomatic research},
  year={1989},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={603-7}
}
Body size perception was measured in 44 obese and normal weight subjects using a video TV methodology. Subjects performed a task whereby they manipulated the size of their body image on a TV screen. Subjects viewed their images in the presence and absence of a full length mirror. Subjects were more accurate judging body size with the mirror present… CONTINUE READING