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Susan J. Paxton mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Body mass index, Body dissatisfaction, Dieting and Psychiatry. Her Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Weight loss and Disordered eating. Her studies deal with areas such as Body satisfaction, Weight gain, Obesity and Mean age as well as Body mass index.
Her Body dissatisfaction study deals with Personality intersecting with Health psychology. Susan J. Paxton interconnects Social influence, Social relation, Demography and Binge eating in the investigation of issues within Dieting. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Eating disorders and Socioeconomic status.
Her main research concerns Eating disorders, Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Psychiatry and Psychological intervention. Her Eating disorders research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Intervention, Randomized controlled trial and Public health. Her Public health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Alternative medicine, Pediatrics and Gerontology.
Susan J. Paxton has included themes like Body mass index, Dieting and Body dissatisfaction in her Developmental psychology study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Weight gain and Demography in addition to Body mass index. Her Clinical psychology research incorporates themes from Young adult, Obesity and Risk factor.
Her primary areas of study are Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Eating disorders, Psychological intervention and Disordered eating. Her Developmental psychology research integrates issues from Body mass index and Body dissatisfaction. The Body mass index study combines topics in areas such as Biopsychosocial model and Weight gain.
Her Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Intervention, Obesity, Randomized controlled trial and Risk factor. Susan J. Paxton focuses mostly in the field of Eating disorders, narrowing it down to matters related to Dieting and, in some cases, Follow up studies. Her Disordered eating research includes elements of Young age and Vulnerability.
Susan J. Paxton mainly focuses on Clinical psychology, Developmental psychology, Psychological intervention, Disordered eating and Eating disorders. Her Clinical psychology research includes themes of Intervention, Psychiatry, Depression and Risk factor. The various areas that Susan J. Paxton examines in her Developmental psychology study include Health psychology and Body dissatisfaction.
Her work focuses on many connections between Psychological intervention and other disciplines, such as Self-esteem, that overlap with her field of interest in Perfectionism, Body mass index, Early childhood and Weight management. In her research on the topic of Disordered eating, Mass media and Literacy is strongly related with Social psychology. Her Eating disorders research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dieting and Follow up studies.
Does body satisfaction matter? Five-year longitudinal associations between body satisfaction and health behaviors in adolescent females and males.
Dianne R Neumark-Sztainer;Susan J. Paxton;Peter J. Hannan;Jess Haines.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2006)
Friendship clique and peer influences on body image concerns, dietary restraint, extreme weight-loss behaviors, and binge eating in adolescent girls.
Susan J. Paxton;Helena K. Schutz;Elenor H. Wertheim;Sharry L. Muir.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1999)
Body Dissatisfaction Prospectively Predicts Depressive Mood and Low Self-Esteem in Adolescent Girls and Boys
Susan J. Paxton;Dianne R Neumark-Sztainer;Peter J Hannan;Marla E Eisenberg.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2006)
Prospective Predictors of Body Dissatisfaction in Adolescent Girls and Boys: A Five-Year Longitudinal Study.
Susan J. Paxton;Marla E Eisenberg;Dianne R Neumark-Sztainer.
Developmental Psychology (2006)
Body image satisfaction, dieting beliefs, and weight loss behaviors in adolescent girls and boys.
Susan J. Paxton;Eleanor H. Wertheim;Kay Gibbons;George I. Szmukler.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence (1991)
WHY DO ADOLESCENT GIRLS WATCH THEIR WEIGHT? AN INTERVIEW STUDY EXAMINING SOCIOCULTURAL PRESSURES TO BE THIN
Eleanor H. Wertheim;S. J. Paxton;H. K. Schutz;S. L. Muir.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (1997)
Development and validation of the Sociocultural Attitudes Towards Appearance Questionnaire-4 (SATAQ-4).
Lauren M. Schaefer;Natasha L. Burke;J. Kevin Thompson;Robert F. Dedrick.
Psychological Assessment (2015)
Body dissatisfaction and body comparison with media images in males and females
Patricia van den Berg;Susan J. Paxton;Helene Keery;Melanie Wall.
Body Image (2007)
Predictors of vulnerability to reduced body image satisfaction and psychological wellbeing in response to exposure to idealized female media images in adolescent girls
Sarah J Durkin;Susan J Paxton.
Journal of Psychosomatic Research (2002)
Unmet need for treatment in the eating disorders: A systematic review of eating disorder specific treatment seeking among community cases
Laura M. Hart;M. Teresa Granillo;Anthony F. Jorm;Susan J. Paxton.
Clinical Psychology Review (2011)
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