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(eating disorder)
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  • Gender-based differential item functioning in measures of eating pathology. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Eat Disord 2019 Jun 24
  • Schaefer LM, Anderson LM, … Thompson JK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Findings suggest that the examined measures perform similarly for undergraduate men and women, supporting their use in nonclinical male samples. However, development and testing of items reflecting ED symptoms that more commonly occur in males (e.g., muscularity-oriented behaviors) is encouraged.
  • Using network analysis to identify central eating disorder symptoms among men. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Eat Disord 2019 Jun 22
  • Forrest LN, Perkins NM, … Smith AR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The centricity of body dissatisfaction items in the networks supports some components of cognitive behavioral theories of EDs. However, the findings also suggest the importance of muscularity- and leanness-oriented concerns, which have been traditionally neglected from leading ED theories that tend to focus on thinness pursuits as a main driver of body dissatisfaction.
  • Diet Quality and Physical Activity Patterns of Musical Theatre Performers (P16-031-19). [Journal Article]
  • CDCurr Dev Nutr 2019; 3(Suppl 1)
  • Alshaikh L, Zuim AF, Woolf K
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study found that the MTPs had higher diet quality compared to non-performers. However, the MTPs were more physically active than non-performers, and that prevalence of injuries among MTPs was high. Further research is needed to identify dietary needs of MTPs and develop appropriate nutrition education interventions for this unique population of "athletes in the arts".
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