Student Bodies

About this resource

Student Bodies is an eight-session online psychoeducational intervention based on cognitive behvaioural and social learning theories and designed for individuals at risk of Eating Disorders. It has been proven to enhance body satisfaction and to reduce disordered eating attitudes. This program has been tested on a range of target audiences, from low-risk to high-risk. The content of the program includes discussion of cultural ideals and determinants of attractiveness, media influences, and cognitive-behavioural techniques for improving body image. The software is interactive and contains audio and video presentations and users can explore the program independently.

AuthorStanford University Medical Media and Information Technology School of Medicine
JournalStanford Behavioural Medicine Multimedia Laborator

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