Preconscious processing of threat cues: impact on eating among women with unhealthy eating attitudes.

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OBJECTIVE This study examined the role of different forms of threat cues in generating eating behavior among nonclinical women with more or less healthy eating attitudes. METHOD The participants were 60 non-eating-disordered women, divided into those with relatively high and low Eating Disorder Inventory (EDI) scores. An ego (self-esteem) threat, a… (More)

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