Relationships between expectancies and adolescent dieting behaviors.

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Dieting expectancies are cognitive variables pertaining to anticipated outcomes individuals expect to obtain from dieting to lose weight. This investigation examined the factor structure of dieting expectancies in an adolescent population, age 10-18, and tested the ability of factors to distinguish among types of dieter, diet pill user, and vomiter groups… (More)

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@article{Allen1993RelationshipsBE, title={Relationships between expectancies and adolescent dieting behaviors.}, author={Kelly M Allen and David Thombs and Craig Mahoney and Eleni Daniel}, journal={The Journal of school health}, year={1993}, volume={63 4}, pages={176-81} }