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Associations of Weight Bias with Disordered Eating Among Latino and White Men.

This study examined associations of different aspects of weight bias, which can include negative attitudes toward and beliefs about obesity, with eating/weight-related psychopathology.

Associations between self-reported diabetes mellitus, disordered eating behaviours, weight/shape overvaluation, and health-related quality of life.

Eating disorders (ED) and disordered eating behaviours (DEB) have been found to be common in people with diabetes mellitus (DM). However, findings have been inconsistent.

The role of drive for thinness in the association between weight status misperception and disordered eating.

Weight status misperception is related to disordered eating outcomes, but little research has explored the differential impacts of misperception directionality, nor factors that explain these relationships. Self-Discrepancy Theory applied to body image gives a framework to how weight status over-perception may prompt a drive for thinness, which in turn may be important in the development of disordered eating cognitions and behaviors.

Is #cleaneating a healthy or harmful dietary strategy? Perceptions of clean eating and associations with disordered eating among young adults.

Although "clean eating" is widely propagated through social media and anecdotal reports in the popular press, there is almost no scientific research on this potentially risky dietary strategy. The current investigation explored definitions and perceptions of "clean eating" and its associations with indicators of disordered eating among diverse U.S.-based undergraduates.

Prolonged constipation and diarrhea in childhood and disordered eating in adolescence.

Gastrointestinal problems are common in all eating disorders; however, the extent to which these problems predate the onset of eating disorders is not clear. We explored longitudinal associations between childhood gastrointestinal problems and adolescent disordered eating, and assessed whether observed associations are potentially causal or due to familial confounding factors.

Suicidal ideation in relation to disordered eating, body size and weight perception: a cross-sectional study of a Norwegian adolescent population: the HUNT Study.

We conducted a population-based study on a sample of more than 7000 adolescents where we examined the associations between suicidal ideation (SI) and disordered eating (DE) and its related traits.

Associations Between Approach and Avoidance Coping, Psychological Distress, and Disordered Eating Among Candidates for Bariatric Surgery.

Individuals seeking bariatric surgery evidence risk for binge and disordered eating behaviors, which can lead to poorer post-surgical weight loss outcomes. Use of avoidant coping strategies to manage stress, along with symptoms of depression, are associated with disordered eating in the general population. However, the role of coping has not been examined among candidates for bariatric surgery, and coping and depression have rarely been considered in combination. Given the emerging standard that psychologis...

Typical-Atypical Interactions: One Patient's Experience of Weight Bias in an Inpatient Eating Disorder Treatment Setting.

This article examines one patient's experiences with weight bias in an inpatient eating disorder treatment setting with a focus on interactions between the patient and her primary therapist. These therapeutic interactions had multiple unintended consequences, including bolstering feelings of denial, modeling of disordered behaviors, and disrupting the therapeutic alliance. Additional instances of weight bias with other treatment professionals, including an inpatient nutritionist and psychiatrist, are briefl...

Selective attentional bias to food-related stimuli in healthy individuals with characteristics towards orthorexia nervosa.

It has been argued that orthorexia nervosa (ON) is a unique type of disordered eating of food considered by the individual to be healthy. Given that in other eating disorder populations attentional preference for food-related cues influences eating behaviours, is it also likely that these biases may be a characteristic of ON tendency.

Interoception and disordered eating: a systematic review.

Deficits in interoception have been associated with disordered eating but there has been no systematic review of whether the interoceptive deficits are observed across all types of disordered eating and across interoceptive modalities. There has also been no evaluation of whether deficits in interoception play a causal role in the development of disordered eating. Nor has there been a review of the moderating/mediating factors of the relationship between interoception and disordered eating. To address these...

Associations between sexual function and disordered eating among undergraduate women: An emphasis on sexual pain and distress.

The limited body of research on sexuality in eating disorders supports the occurrence of considerable sexual concerns. The aim of the present study was to examine eating disorder symptoms in relation to sexual function, and sexual pain in particular. Female undergraduate students completed a series of online questionnaires. All domains of sexual function were predicted by aspects of disordered eating, with disordered eating being associated with more sexual difficulties. Psychological characteristics common...

Maternal influences on body image and eating concerns among 7- and 8-year-old boys and girls: Cross-sectional and prospective relations.

Little is known regarding maternal influences on the body image and eating concerns of young children. The current study aimed to examine the cross-sectional and longitudinal relationships between maternal comments about their child's weight and shape and eating, and mothers' own body dissatisfaction and disordered eating on one hand, and their children's body esteem and disordered eating behaviors on the other.

"Making weight" during military service is related to binge eating and eating pathology for veterans later in life.

"Making weight" behaviors are unhealthy weight control strategies intended to reduce weight in an effort to meet weight requirements. This study aimed to examine a brief measure of making weight and to investigate the relationship between making weight and weight, binge eating, and eating pathology later in life.

Eating disorders and disordered eating behaviors in males: a challenging topic.

Eating disorder symptoms across the weight spectrum in Australian adolescents.

Despite known associations between eating disorders and obesity, little is known about the current prevalence of symptoms of eating disorders across the weight spectrum. This study therefore aimed to estimate the population prevalence of eating disorder symptoms in relation to weight status in adolescents.

Overvaluation of Weight or Shape and Loss-of-Control Eating Following Bariatric Surgery.

Little is known regarding overvaluation of weight or shape, a key cognitive feature of eating disorders, among individuals with disordered eating following bariatric surgery. This study examined the significance of overvaluation of weight or shape among post-bariatric surgery patients with loss-of-control (LOC) eating.

The association between alexithymia and eating behavior in children and adolescents.

Alexithymia, or the difficulty identifying or describing one's own emotions, may be a risk factor for dysregulated eating and excess weight gain. However, the relationships between alexithymia and eating behaviors in community samples of non-clinical youth have not been well-characterized. We hypothesized that alexithymia would be positively associated with disordered and disinhibited eating in a community-based sample of boys and girls without an eating disorder.

The behavioral pathway model to overweight and obesity: coping strategies, eating behaviors and body mass index.

Obese and overweight people deal with more daily problems and stressful situations than normal-weight individuals, for example, discrimination and bias. The aims of the present study were twofold: to identify differences between overweight and normal-weight people in coping strategies and eating behaviors, and to examine the relationship between coping strategies, eating behaviors and BMI.

Associations among eating disorder symptoms and the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2-Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) in college students.

To identify associations between eating disorder (ED) attitudes and behaviors and scores on the MMPI-2-RF in college students.

The influence of identity on the prevalence and persistence of disordered eating and weight control behaviors in Mexican American college women.

Disordered eating behaviors are prevalent in Mexican-American college-enrolled women and contribute to compromised physical and psychological health. Although disordered eating behaviors are multi-determined, few studies have examined individual difference factors that contribute to disordered eating behaviors in Mexican women beyond acculturation. Evidence suggests that individual differences in the constellation of identities may be an important factor influencing the disordered eating behaviors. We hypot...

Why are you eating, mom? Maternal emotional, restrained, and external eating explaining child's eating styles.

This study investigated if three maternal eating styles (emotional eating style, external eating style, and restrained eating style) predict respective eating styles in their child. In particular, we tested if these associations are different in mother-daughter dyads, compared to mother-son dyads. Data were collected twice, at the baseline (Time 1; T1) and at the 10-month follow-up (Time 2; T2), with N = 822 mother-child dyads participating at T1. Children (55% girls, 5-12 years old, M = 8.21, SD ...

Health behaviors and disordered eating in adolescents and young adults with spina bifida: results from a national survey.

Youth with disabilities are at higher risk for obesity, disordered eating, and poor body image but are often excluded from research on these domains. The current study is the first to characterize health behaviors, body mass index, and disordered eating cognitions and behaviors in a national sample of adolescent and young adult males and females with spina bifida.

"I just don't want to be fat!": body talk, body dissatisfaction, and eating disorder symptoms in mother-adolescent girl dyads.

Mothers serve as a primary socializing figure among adolescent girls at a time when they are at high risk of body image concerns and disordered eating behavior, and this influence may vary by weight status. Body talk may be one mechanisms of influence in this relationship. The current study utilized an observational measure of body talk to investigate the relationship between adolescent girls' body talk with mothers, eating disorder symptoms, and body dissatisfaction.

Common genetic architecture and environmental risk factors underpin the anxiety-disordered eating relationship: Findings from an adolescent twin cohort.

Despite established comorbidity between anxiety and disordered eating (DE), and a plethora of research using various methodologies to examine this overlap, use of twin modeling to expose whether a shared genetic liability underpins these conditions remains rare.

The association between disordered eating and health-related quality of life among children and adolescents: A systematic review of population-based studies.

Previous studies have documented that disordered eating is associated with a wide range of impaired physical and mental health conditions among children and adolescents. The relationship between disordered eating and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) has been predominantly examined in children and adolescents who are overweight or obese or suffer from chronic illnesses. In the last decade, several studies have been conducted to investigate the relationship between disordered eating and HRQOL among scho...

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