Obesity, Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Binge eating and Binge-eating disorder are her primary areas of study. Her work carried out in the field of Obesity brings together such families of science as Body mass index, Stigma and Prejudice, Social psychology. Her work in Psychiatry addresses issues such as Young adult, which are connected to fields such as Epidemiology.
Her work on Disordered eating as part of her general Clinical psychology study is frequently connected to Social stigma, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Her research in Binge eating intersects with topics in Physical therapy and Mental illness. Her Binge-eating disorder course of study focuses on Psychopathology and Bulimia nervosa and Mood.
Janet D. Latner mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Obesity, Eating disorders, Binge eating and Psychiatry. Her research integrates issues of Mental health, Young adult, Overweight, Weight stigma and Stigma in her study of Clinical psychology. Her studies deal with areas such as Body mass index, Physical therapy, Gerontology and Self-help as well as Obesity.
Her Eating disorders research includes elements of Intervention, Quality of life, Cognition, Developmental psychology and Psychotherapist. Her Binge eating study also includes fields such as
Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Obesity, Measurement invariance and Weight stigma. Her studies in Clinical psychology integrate themes in fields like Intervention, Overweight and Anxiety. Her Overweight study also includes fields such as
Her Eating disorders study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Self-concept and Sexual orientation. Her Obesity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Vignette, Binge-eating disorder, Gerontology, Health promotion and Focus group. Her Weight stigma research includes themes of Social attitudes, Self stigma and Normative.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Measurement invariance, Weight status and Anxiety. Janet D. Latner interconnects Overweight, Quality of life, Moderation and Ethnically diverse in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. The various areas that she examines in her Eating disorders study include Mental health, Social media and Mood.
The Measurement invariance study combines topics in areas such as Eating disorder examination questionnaire and Psychometrics. Janet D. Latner has included themes like Young adult, Self stigma, Weight stigma and Factorial invariance in her Weight status study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Binge eating, Perceived weight, Mediation, Prospective cohort study and Depression in addition to Anxiety.
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Stigma, Obesity, and the Health of the Nation's Children
Rebecca M. Puhl;Janet D. Latner.
Psychological Bulletin (2007)
Getting worse: the stigmatization of obese children.
Janet D. Latner;Albert J. Stunkard.
Obesity Research (2003)
Understanding Self-directed Stigma : Development of the Weight Bias Internalization Scale
Laura E. Durso;Janet D. Latner.
Stigmatized Students: Age, Sex, and Ethnicity Effects in the Stigmatization of Obesity.
Janet D. Latner;Albert J. Stunkard;G. Terence Wilson.
Obesity Research (2005)
The effects of a high-carbohydrate, high-protein or balanced lunch upon later food intake and hunger ratings.
J. D. Latner;M. Schwartz.
Weighing obesity stigma: the relative strength of different forms of bias
Janet Latner;Kerry O'Brien;L.E. Durso;L.A. Brinkman.
International Journal of Obesity (2008)
Reducing Anti-Fat Prejudice in Preservice Health Students: A Randomized Trial
Kerry S. O'Brien;Rebecca M. Puhl;Janet D. Latner;Azeem S. Mir.
A multinational examination of weight bias: Predictors of anti-fat attitudes across four countries
Rebecca M Puhl;Janet Latner;Kerry Steven O'Brien;Jeorg Luedicke.
International Journal of Obesity (2015)
The relationship between weight stigma and eating behavior is explained by weight bias internalization and psychological distress.
Kerry Steven O'Brien;Janet Latner;Rebecca M Puhl;Lenny R Vartanian.
Quality of life impairment associated with body dissatisfaction in a general population sample of women
Jonathan Mond;Deborah Mitchison;Janet D Latner;Phillipa Hay;Phillipa Hay.
BMC Public Health (2013)
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