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Religion and spirituality: Pathways to positive body image.

Positive body image is a multidimensional construct referring to love, respect, and acceptance of one's body, including aspects inconsistent with sociocultural ideals. The aim of the present study was to investigate potential pathways leading from religion and spirituality to positive body image. Participants were 345 women who completed questionnaire measures of engagement with formal religion, spirituality, gratitude, self-objectification, and positive body image. Both engagement with formal religion and ...


#bodypositivity: A content analysis of body positive accounts on Instagram.

In the last decade, the body image literature has begun to extend beyond a primary focus on body image disturbances and examine the construct of positive body image. Similarly, "Body positivity" is a growing social media trend that seeks to challenge dominant societal appearance ideals and promote acceptance and appreciation of all bodies and appearances. The present study provides a content analysis of body positive posts on Instagram. A set of 640 Instagram posts sampled from popular body positive account...

A randomized experimental evaluation of a yoga-based body image intervention.

Recent literature argues that body image interventions need to become more embodied. This paper evaluates a brief yoga-based body image intervention which incorporates themes specifically tailored to focus on positive body image. Young women (M = 20.21, SD = 2.15) were randomly allocated to a four-session yoga intervention (n = 22) or a control condition (n = 22). Compared to controls, participants in the yoga condition reported significant increases in body appreciation, body connectedness, body sa...


From negative to positive body image: Men's and women's journeys from early adolescence to emerging adulthood.

This study examined the developmental journeys of individuals who have overcome negative body image in early adolescence and developed positive body image on their way to emerging adulthood. Interviews were conducted with 15 women and 16 men (aged 26-27) recruited from a large longitudinal sample. Results demonstrated different patterns of positive body image development, but most participants had overcome their negative body image by age 18. Factors contributing to their negative body image in early adoles...

Can big business foster positive body image? Qualitative insights from industry leaders walking the talk.

The fashion, beauty, and advertising industries have been positioned as key contributors to body dissatisfaction through the promotion of unrealistic and homogenous appearance ideals. Recently, some businesses within these industries have started to disrupt the status quo by taking actions that can be seen to be fostering positive body image (e.g., through representative and diverse imagery, body acceptance messages, and inclusive product ranges). The aim of this study was to explore the opportunities and c...

No support for the sexy-sperm hypothesis in the seed beetle: Sons of monandrous females fare better in post-copulatory competition.

The sexy-sperm hypothesis posits that polyandrous females derive an indirect fitness benefit from multi-male mating because they increase the probability their eggs are fertilized by males whose sperm have high fertilizing efficiency, which is assumed to be heritable and conferred on their sons. However, whether this process occurs is contentious because father-to-son heritability may be constrained by the genetic architecture underlying traits important in sperm competition within certain species. Previous...

Development and validation of the Physical Activity Body Experiences Questionnaire.

Embodiment is defined as a state in which one experiences one's physical body as an essential aspect of one's lived experiences, a potential protective factor against body image and eating disturbance. The Physical Activity Body Experiences Questionnaire (PABEQ) was rationally derived as a measure of embodiment based on focus groups, literature reviews, and expert review. The PABEQ and measures of body image, self-objectification, and disordered eating were administered to two samples randomly selected from...

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Exploring changes in mindfulness and body appreciation during yoga participation.

Evidence supports the positive role that yoga participation can play in predicting positive body image experiences. However, less is known about the mechanisms that might explain this relationship. The purpose of this study was to test for change in state and trait mindfulness and body appreciation as well as the relationship between change in trait mindfulness and change in body appreciation across 16 weeks of yoga participation. Participants (N = 376; M = 20.45; 87% female) were recruited from for...

Re: Type of Underwear Worn and Markers of Testicular Function among Men Attending a Fertility Center.

Extending the use of the Body Appreciation Scale -2 in older adults: A Portuguese validation study.

Body appreciation is a key characteristic, and the most common operationalization, of positive body image. Positive body image is often measured using the Body Appreciation Scale-2 (BAS-2; Tylka & Wood-Barcalow, 2015a), which has demonstrated good psychometric properties in adult samples. The purpose of this study is to extend the validation of the BAS-2 to late adulthood facilitating future research with this population. A total of 202 male and female participants (aged 65-91 years) completed the Portugues...

Anxiety in fathers in the perinatal period: A systematic review.

fatherhood in the perinatal period can be a time of great excitement, happiness and joy. However, a growing body of literature indicates that fathers are at risk for elevated levels of anxiety symptoms during the perinatal period.

Leading by example: Development of a maternal modelling of positive body image scale and relationships to body image attitudes.

The aims of this study were to develop a measure, the Role Modelling of Body Image (Attitudes and Behaviors) Questionnaire (RMBI-Q), to determine maternal perceptions of their body image role modelling in front of their children, and to evaluate how role modelling differs with demographic characteristics to identify characteristics of mothers who may require assistance in being a positive role model. Participants were a community-based sample of 887 mothers who provided demographic information and completed...

An investigation of prepregnancy body mass index, ethnicity and health-related quality of life as predictors of breastfeeding exclusivity during early postpartum period: Cross sectional survey.

Identifying and understanding the determinants of breastfeeding exclusivity during early postpartum period are crucial for sustainable breastfeeding. Few researchers have examined the association among prepregnancy body mass index, ethnicity and exclusive breastfeeding. As a result, whether or not these factors exhibit different relationship patterns across body mass index groups remains unclear.

Getting Real about body image: A qualitative investigation of the usefulness of the Aerie Real campaign.

This study qualitatively examined perceptions of the Aerie Real campaign that utilized images that had not been digitally modified, as well as its capacity to contribute to positive body image. A sample of 35 college women, of mean age of 19.48 (range = 18-23 years) participated in individual interviews focused on their perceptions and reactions to the images included in the Aerie Real campaign. They also described the impact of the campaign on their brand perceptions and consumer intentions, as well as...

A review of research linking body image and sexual well-being.

The link between body image and sexual well-being is intuitive and increasingly supported by psychological research: individuals, particularly women, with greater body satisfaction and body appreciation tend to report more positive sexual experiences. Although both perceptions of one's body and one's sexual life are central to most adults' experiences, this area of research has remained somewhat understudied. In this review, we discuss the findings that are available and suggest directions for future resear...

Added Value of Comprehensive Program to Provide Universal Access to Care for Sputum Smear-Negative Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis, China.

The increase in drug-resistant tuberculosis in China calls for scaling up rapid diagnosis. We evaluated introduction of rapid resistance testing by line-probe assay for all patients with a diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis in 2 prefectures in middle and eastern China. We analyzed sputum samples for smear-positive patients and cultures for smear-negative patients. We used a before-after comparison of baseline and intervention periods (12 months each) and analyzed data for 5,222 baseline period patients and...

Evaluating the effectiveness of ecological momentary assessment and intervention targeting body checking behaviors.

This study investigated the efficacy of using ecological momentary assessment and intervention (EMA/EMI) to target body checking behaviors. Body checking has been shown to increase body dissatisfaction and play a role in eating disorders, but few treatments specifically targeting body checking have been empirically evaluated. Forty-four female undergraduates who reported engaging in frequent body checking behaviors participated in a five-day study wherein they were assessed five times a day via smart phone....

Reduced body size of insular black-tailed deer is caused by slowed development.

Adult body size correlates strongly with fitness, but mean body sizes frequently differ among conspecific populations. Ultimate, fitness-based explanations for these deviations in animals typically focus on community-level or physiological processes (e.g., competition, thermoregulation). However, proximate mechanisms underlying adaptive body size adjustments remain poorly understood. Adjustments in adult body size may result from shifts in growth-related life-history traits, such as the length of time to ac...

Reductions in body weight and insulin resistance are not associated with changes in grey matter volume or cortical thickness during the PREVIEW study.

The effect of changes in body weight or insulin resistance on grey matter volume and cortical thickness change are unclear. The present observational study assessed effects of an 8-week weight loss period (≥8% of body weight), and a subsequent 22-month weight maintenance period on grey matter volume and cortical thickness.

Role changes in primiparous women during 'doing the month' period.

Zuò yuèzi, or 'doing the month', is a postpartum tradition among ethnically Chinese women, and the purpose is to restore the organ and endocrine function of the mother's body to normal. The period for 'doing the month' is generally between 30 and 40 days postpartum, and some problems in the establishment of the mother-child relationship and adaptation to motherhood may occur during this period. Yet, this is an easily often-ignored period for caring. This "doing the month" period refers to the Chinese post...

Evaluating the Whoops Proof S.C. Campaign: A Pair-Matched Group Pretest-Posttest Quasi-experimental Study.

In South Carolina, 50% of all pregnancies are unintended. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) and the implant are recommended as top-tier contraceptive options for all women and adolescents. The Whoops Proof S.C. campaign was evaluated to determine if women (ages 18 to 29) who do not intend to become pregnant in the next year report greater awareness of and positive regard for IUDs and the implant after exposure to a multi-channel campaign.

Metabolomic profiling reveals enrichment of cordycepin in senescence process of Cordyceps militaris fruit bodies.

Cordyceps militaris is a species of Cordyceps that is classified in the Cordycipitaceae family and is well known in East Asia as a traditional medicinal mushroom. Its artificial fruit body has been widely cultivated for commercial use in cosmetics, functional food, and medicine. To explore the metabolites associated with fruit body development, we conducted gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS) analyses based on developmental stage, which was divided into the growth period (stage 1, stage 2, and stag...

A more flattened bone tunnel has a positive effect on tendon-bone healing in the early period after ACL reconstruction.

The purpose of this study was to evaluate whether a flattened bone tunnel has a positive effect on the tendon-bone healing (TBH) process in the early period after anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.

Confident body, confident child: Evaluation of a universal parenting resource promoting healthy body image and eating patterns in early childhood-6- and 12-month outcomes from a randomized controlled trial.

To evaluate Confident Body, Confident Child (CBCC), a universal parenting resource designed to promote positive body image and healthy eating patterns in children aged 2-6 years, at 6- and 12-months follow-up.


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