Body image predictors of depressive symptoms in adolescence
Abstract Introduction Depression rises significantly in adolescence, with females reporting twice the prevalence of males into adulthood. In accordance with cognitive vulnerability theories, eating and weight-related disturbances have been implicated in this increase, but a broader assessment of body image constructs within this framework is needed. Methods The current prospective study examined body importance, body dissatisfaction, and body change strategies to lose weight and increase...[Show more]
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