Brandsma, L., Smith, G., Barney, J., Wolinsky, A., & Juarascio, A. S. (2019). Do I Really Look Like That? RacialDifferences in the Discrepancy between Self and Objective Observer Ratings of Body Size.Journal of CulturalDiversity,26(2), 49–53. Retrieved from ?direct=true&AuthType=ip,shib&db=rzh&AN=136742518&site=eds-live&scope=siteAshley Scott
Population•Two universities in Southeastern Pennsylvania.•Sampled 174 females•Only women who self identified as African American or Caucasianwere included in the total sample.•African American (75) and Caucasian (82)•Total Sample of 157
Methods•Following informed consent, participants completed a demographicsquestionnaire, and then completed the Body Image Scale.•Body image scale consisted of nine images ranging from very thin tovery obese.•Participants were asked three questions.
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White American,Demographics of the United States,African American women