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The prevalence of eating pathology and its relationship to knowledge of eating disorders among high school girls in Japan

The prevalence of eating pathology and its relationship to knowledge of eating disorders among high school girls in Japan

European Eating Disorders Review 12(2): 122-128

The authors investigated for thinness and related eating pathology among high school girls in Japan in relation to their knowledge of eating disorders. In a Tokyo high school, the Eating Disorder Inventory-2 and the Child Depression Inventory were completed by girls aged 13-14 years (n=243) and 15-16 years (n=291), together with questionnaires on their knowledge of eating disorders.

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DOI: 10.1002/erv.558

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