XXL-TYPE PERSONALITY. Personality traits promoting excess body weight.

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Summary of "XXL-TYPE PERSONALITY. Personality traits promoting excess body weight."

The study aimed to determine whether persons suffering from obesity may be characterised by specific personality traits which promote the development of excess body weight. Additionally, the aim involved finding whether persons suffering from morbid obesity differed from healthy individuals and somatic patients as regards selected personality traits.


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Name: Polski przeglad chirurgiczny
ISSN: 2299-2847
Pages: 1-4


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