Exploring Distorted Thinking About Food and Dietary Misinformation in Nonclinical Samples: Instrument and Intervention Development and Validation

Genevieve Monaghan
Distorted thinking about food is common in both clinical and nonclinical populations from dieters to diabetics and eating disorder patients. This type of thinking is triggered by exposure to dieting culture (including related social media), familial dieting, and internalization of the thin ideal, among other factors. The consequences of distorted thinking about food include disordered eating, weight management problems, body dissatisfaction and many others. Despite these findings, distorted thinking about food in nonclinical samples remains...
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