The Negative Effects Of Television Media And Body Image
This definition is supported by the FDA in reference to pediatric/adolescent clinical trials (FDA, 2004). All participants have an active, primary diagnosis of Anorexia Nervosa and were deemed able to participate in the research study by their treatment team prior to participation. The effect of body image will be defined by the results of the participants to Rosenberg’s Self Esteem Scale and Strunkard’s Body Figure Scale. The type and amount of TV media exposure will be measured by the survey composed by the researchers. The TV media survey is based on the TV media survey created by Schooler, Ward, Merriwether & Caruthers for their 2004 …show more content…
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