Development and Structure of the Body Image - Vol. 2

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Appendix B

BODY FOCUS QUESTIONNAIRE

(This section contains a copy of the Body Focus Questionnaire and also lists
of the items comprising each BFQ scale. Scoring procedures are detailed.)

Turn your attention upon yourself. Concentrate on your body. Below is a
list in which different areas of your body are listed in pairs. In each case pick
the area or part which is at the moment most clear in your awareness. If your
answer is in the left column blacken in the two lines in the column marked A
on the answer sheet. If your answer involves a word in the right column, fill in
the two lines in the column marked B on the answer sheet.

1. Chest Back of head
2. Mouth Neck
3. Eyes Nose
4. Head Shoulder
5. Left shoulder Right shoulder
6. Arms Toes
7. Back of head Front of head
8. Stomach Elbows
9. Right eye Left eye
10. Heart Skin
11. Chin Mouth
12. Mouth Eyes
13. Thighs Head
14. Chest Back of body (at chest level)
15. Legs Arms
16. Front of neck Back of neck
17. Head Stomach
18. Left arm Right arm
19. Muscles Heart
20. Mouth Cheeks
21. Back of knees Front of knees
22. Eyes Chin
23. Head Chest
24. Arms Knees

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents Volume 2 vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction Volume 2 xi
  • 18 Speculations and Constructions 625
  • Appendix B 673
  • Appendix C 681
  • Bibliography 689
  • Author Index 841
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