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Vol 13, No 2 (2016)

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Table of Contents


Acknowledgements PDF
Clinton Merck, Jordan Hill, Batya Weinstein

Letter from the Editors

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Clinton Merck, Jordan Hill, Batya Weinstein


The Development of Body Image in School-Aged Girls: A Review of the Literature from Sociocultural, Social Learning Theory, Psychoanalytic, and Attachment Theory Perspectives PDF
Hannah Knafo 1-16
Utilization of The Mirror Interview to Explore the Influences of Parents and Objectification on the Body and Disordered Eating Behaviors PDF
Esther McBirney-Goc 17-31
Exploring the Links Between Culture, Locus of Control and Self-Compassion and their Roles in the Formation of Weight Stigmatization PDF
Tunteeya Yamaoka, Peta Stapleton 32-46
Development of a Body Dissatisfaction Scale Assessment Tool PDF
Gabriella J Mutale, Andrew K Dunn, James Stiller, Rebecca Larkin 47-57