Type of Document Dissertation Author McIvor, Debra Lynn Author's Email Address email@example.com URN etd-12042002-074156 Title Pathogenic Eating Behaviors and Psychological Risk Factors of Weight Preoccupied College Students Degree PhD Department Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Getz, Hilda M. Committee Co-Chair Singh, Kusum Committee Co-Chair Bentley, Suzanne Committee Member Curcio, Claire Cole Vaught Committee Member Hohenshil, Thomas H. Committee Member Keywords
- Pathogenic Weight Control Behaviors
- Eating Disorders
- Risk of Disordered Eating
Date of Defense 2002-11-21 Availability unrestricted Abstract
Debra McIvor's Abstract
This study investigated the connection between Body Dissatisfaction and Drive
for Thinness to several psychological correlates- Ineffectiveness, Interpersonal
Distrust, Perfectionism, Interoceptive Awareness, and Maturity Fears. Regression
analyses indicated that these five correlates together accounted for 23% of the
variance in a measure of Body Dissatisfaction. Body Dissatisfaction and the five
correlates together accounted for 52% of the variance in a measure of Drive for
Thinness. Results of the path analysis confirmed that Ineffectiveness, Interoceptive
Awareness and Maturity Fears were the strongest predictors of Body Dissatisfaction.
In turn, Body Dissatisfaction, Ineffectiveness and Interoceptive Awareness were
the strongest predictors of Drive for Thinness. Gender differences and prevalence
rates of eating disordered behavior were reviewed. Consistent with other research,
this study confirmed high levels of bingeing and purging behavior (44%) among
college men and women.
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