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This study investigated the effects of visual adaptation to over-, under- or neither over- nor under-weight images of women on perceived own size, in 18 to 25 year olds with high body dissatisfaction. Healthy adult women (n = 93), with normal BMI (range 18-25 kg/m2) and high baseline body dissatisfaction, were randomised to be visually adapted to photographs of women, altered to appear either over-, under- or neither over- nor under-weight.
|Date made available||5 Apr 2016|
|Publisher||University of Bristol|
Effects of exposure to bodies of different sizes on perception of and satisfaction with own body size: Two randomized studiesBould, H., Carnegie, R., Allward, H., Bacon, E., Lambe, E., Sapseid, M., Katherine, B., Lewis, G., Skinner, A., Broome, M., Park, R., Catherine, H., Penton-Voak, I. & Munafo, M. R., 9 May 2018, In : Royal Society Open Science. 5, 5, 14 p., 171387.
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Bould, H. (Creator), Munafo, M. (Creator), Harmer, C. (Contributor), Lewis, G. (Contributor), Sapseid, M. (Contributor), Penton-Voak, I. (Contributor), Lambe, E. (Contributor), Bacon, E. (Contributor), Skinner, A. (Contributor), Allward, H. (Contributor), Park, R. (Contributor), Broome, M. (Contributor), Button, K. (Contributor) (5 Apr 2016). Effect of visual adaptation on judgement of and satisfaction with body size in 18 to 25 year olds with high body dissatisfaction. University of Bristol. 10.5523/bris.o1pqic3gep9n12c5mh0q0ojwj