PGS 451, Lec 9, Weight Stereotypes and Weightism

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Weight Stereotypes and Weightism
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Weight Stereotypes Obesity vs overweight % of overweight Americans Moral Prejudice Stereotype lazy gluttonous unintelligent low self esteem unhealthy unattractive
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Origins of Weight Stereotypes Morphology Ectomorph Endomorph Mesomorph
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Justifiction Lazy, gluttonous: Unhealthy: Facts: Genetics Studies on unhealthy eating Studies controlling for exercise
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Components of Weightism Stereotype Physical disability Moral weakness Gender effect
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Cultural Differences Economic development Racial differences
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Weightism School Work Health Care Media
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Effects on Targets 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6)
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Internalization Study Cite: Miller, et al. (1995) Participants: Task: Varied Found
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Preschool Rejection Study
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Unformatted text preview: Cite: Richardson, et al. (1961) Participants: Task: Found: College Rejection Study Cite: Sitton & Blanchard (1995) Participants: Task: Found: Selling Weightism Study Cite: Blaine, DiBlasi & Connor (2002) Participants: Varied: Found: Doctors with Prejudice Study Cite: Schwartz, et al. (2003) Participants: Task: Found: Revisiting: Internalization Study Cite: Miller, et al. (1995) Participants: Task: Varied: Found: Health-at-Every-Size (HAES) Study Cite: Bacon, et al. (2005) Participants: Varied: Found: Conclusion Weightism: Not genetic: Genetic: 1 2...
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course PSY 451 taught by Professor Lyndamae during the Fall '10 term at ASU.

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