The Effect of Body Image and Attitudes to Eating on Food Choices
About this study
Through our research, we aim to better understand what psychological factors impact women’s concerns over body image and attitudes to eating, and how these influence their food choices. We hope that the findings of our study help improve clinical understanding and treatment of the factors that impact body image concerns and unhealthy relationships with food among women.
*A history of dieting, restrictive eating, skipping meals, binge eating, compulsive eating, unbalanced eating, compensating for eating, etc.
The survey will take place entirely online and is expected to take between 45 mins to an hour of your time. By completing the survey, you will enter a draw to win 1 of 2 Mastercard gift cards.
The survey is anonymous, and participation is entirely confidential. You may also withdraw from the survey at any point.
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