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Assessment of attitudes about weight and dieting among college-aged individuals



Assessment of attitudes about weight and dieting among college-aged individuals



Journal of the American Dietetic Association 90(2): 276-278



The project's purpose was to assess the need to establish an eating disorders support group.

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