Self-Recognition of Eating-Disordered Behavior in College Women: Further Evidence of Poor Eating Disorders "Mental Health Literacy"? keep
Self-recognition of eating-disordered behavior was examined among female college students (n = 94) with a high level of bulimic-type eating disorder symptoms. A vignette was presented describing a fictional young woman with bulimia nervosa. Participants w
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