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Body Image and Eating Disorder Symptomatology among Female Athletes.

Peiling Kong

The present study compared levels of body dissatisfaction, and disordered eating symptomatology among elite, recreational, and non-competitive female Australian athletes (N = 320) aged 17 to 30 years competing in leanness focused sports (e.g., Ballet, light weight rowing, long distance running) and non-leanness focused sports (e.g., netball, football, rugby). 

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Peiling Kong

MPsych(Clin), Australian College of Applied Psychology, Australia.

Co-authors: Harris, L.; Australian College of Applied Psychology
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