An Examination of Potential Weight Status Correlates: Perceived Familial Weight Status, Depression, and Anxiety

The study goals were to understand the relationships between participant weight and their: a) perceptions of their family members weight statuses, and b) experiences of depression and anxiety. Correlations were used to test hypothesized relationships. Findings will be discussed.

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Work Title An Examination of Potential Weight Status Correlates: Perceived Familial Weight Status, Depression, and Anxiety
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  1. Paige Sfida
  2. Hailley Fargo
Keyword
  1. weight status
  2. family
  3. depression
  4. anxiety
License CC BY-ND 4.0 (Attribution-NoDerivatives)
Work Type Article
Acknowledgments
  1. Diane Rosenbaum
Publication Date 2021
Deposited July 21, 2021

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