Subject: Clinical Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Research Article | Mental Health | Psychological Stress | Medicine | Psychiatry | Eating Disorders | Q | R | Psychology | Women's Health | Applied Psychology | Science | Behavior
BACKGROUND: The bi-relationships between psychological stress, negative affect and disordered eating has been well studied in western culture, while tri-relationship among them, i.e. how some of those factors influence these bi-relationships, has rarely been studied. Ho... View more
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