Identifying Persuasive Public Health Messages to Change Community Knowledge and Attitudes About Bulimia Nervosa
Addressing stigma through social marketing campaigns has the potential to enhance currently low rates of treatment seeking and improve the well-being of individuals with the eating disorder bulimia nervosa. This study aimed to evaluate the persuasiveness
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