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Internalising symptoms and body dissatisfaction: untangling temporal precedence using cross‐lagged models in two cohorts

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Cross‐sectional studies demonstrate that body dissatisfaction and internalising symptoms are correlated and are both overrepresented in girls compared to boys. However, it is not clear whether body dissatisfaction typically precedes internalising symptoms or vice versa. Existing literature provides theoretical and empirical support for both possibilities, but is limited in two ways: (a) no study has simultaneously tested the two temporal hypotheses within the same model, and (b) the studies focus almost exclusively on early adolescents resulting in little being known about development from preadolescence and across puberty.
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Keywords: Internalising; adolescence; body image; childhood; eating disorders; psychopathology

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: November 1, 2015

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