Prevalence & Correlates of Eating Disordered Behaviors Among Students at the University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire.
Hammon, Sarah A.
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Eating disorders (EDs) are a concern among college counselors. Prevalence rates of diagnosed EDs on college campuses range between 1-3%. We sought to determine whether depression, self-esteem, and body shape satisfaction measures as well as standard demographic descriptors correlated with a diagnosed ED and a measure of eating disordered behavior among college students at UWEC. Our goal was to assess and target possible preventative or therapeutic interventions.
University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire--Students--Psychology
University of Wisconsin--Eau Claire--Students--Conduct of life
Eating disorders--Psychological aspects
Eating disorders--Wisconsin--Eau Claire
College students--Conduct of life
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