Body Image: A Handbook of Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice

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Index
"f" indicates a figure; "t" indicates a table
Acculturation
of Asian Americans, 247–248
of Hispanic Americans, 251–252
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. See HIV/AIDS
Activating events, 42–43
Activators, defined, 167
Adaptive probit estimation, 138t, 139–140
Addiction, boundaries and, 35
Adolescents
assessment of, 135–141
body image attitudes, 142–154
perceptual component in, 135–137
revised perceptual component in, 137–140
body image development in, 74–82
age trends in, 74–75
athletics and, 79–80
cultural ideals and, 78–79
dieting and, 78
disordered eating and, 78
early transitions in, 75–76
ethnicity and, 76–77
family factors in, 80
future research on, 81
gender differences in, 76
media and, 79
objectification and, 81
peers and, 80–81
self-esteem/depression and, 77–78
with cancer, 381
female
body image concerns of, 189
weight concerns of, 185–186
teaching about bodily changes, 104
urinary disorders in, 362–363
Adonis complex, 194, 210
Adults. See also Aging
assessment of
body image attitudes, 142–154
perceptual component in, 135–137
revised perceptual component in, 137–140
body image development in, 83–90
identity process theory of, 85–87
disabilities in, 392
normal bodily changes in, 84
Affect
assessment of, 149
negative, bulimic pathology and, 307
Affective distress, defined, 142
African Americans. See Blacks, body images of
Aging, 41. See also Adults
bodily changes due to, 84
dermatologic effects of, 335
future research on, 89
minimizing effects of, 84–85
objectified body consciousness and, 58–59

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