Separation-individuation difficulties and eating disordered behaviors among college women

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The high levels of disordered eating attitudes and behaviors found in this study suggest that rather than exclusively being an Anglo, middle-to upper-class phenomenon, eating-disordered behavior.

Separate But Not Alone: Separation-Individuation Issues in College Students with Eating Disorders Article (PDF Available) in Clinical Social Work Journal 31(2) January with 52 Reads. Separation-individuation difficulties and the distinction between bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa in college women.

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Int J Eat Disorders. ; –Cited by: 7. International Journal of Eating Disorders. Explore this journal > Explore this journal > Previous article in issue: Eating pathology in bulimia nervosa.

Previous article in issue: Eating pathology in bulimia nervosa. Next article in issue: Patients with bulimia nervosa who fail to. This rate is concordant with the results of studies from Western societies, which have shown the rate of disordered eating attitudes to be 7% to 20% among female college students.

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Two studies from Turkey reported relatively low rates of % and % of disordered eating attitudes in mixed-sex university samples. Because it is well known Cited by: Difficulties include obsession with food, starvation dieting, severe weight loss, obesity, and compulsive binge eating, often followed by self-induced vomiting (Hesse-Biber,p).

Since the beginning of the women’s liberation movement in the ’s, the Western world has seen a severe increase in the rate of eating disorders. -In several studies of non-Western cultures, disordered eating attitudes have been associated with exposure to television. Across Western cultures, males are more likely to be obese, but are less likely to care.

•Mass media emphasize dieting and body shape in women‟s magazines, but fitness and body-building in men‟s magazines. Others' Research Using the Negative Mood Regulation Scale. Moore, R.

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