Subject: path analysis | drive for thinness | stress | Psychology | BF1-990 | bulimia | experimental task | Original Research
mesheuropmc: behavioral disciplines and activities
The scientific literature has suggested that stress undergirds the development of eating disorders (ED). Therefore, this study explored whether laboratory induced stress increases self-reported drive for thinness and bulimic symptoms measured via self-report. The relati... View more
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