Internalized weight stigma moderates eating behaviour outcomes in high BMI women participating in a healthy living program

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Mensinger, Janell; Calogero, Rachel M.; Tylka, Tracy L.;

Weight stigma is a significant socio-structural barrier to reducing health disparities and improving quality of life for higher weight individuals. The aim of this study was to examine the impact of internalized weight stigma on eating behaviors after participating in a... View more
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