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Ambulatory and Longitudinal Relationships between Mindfulness and Eating Problems: The Mediating

Ruike Sheng et al.  | Published on 5/9/2021
Previous research has shown a negative association between mindfulness and its facets and eating problems. Few studies have examined the mechanism involved between them. As an important cognitive factor of eating problems, self-objectification may be a mediating variable in the prediction of eating problems as they relate to mindfulness. We examined the relation between mindfulness and its facets and eating problems using an ambulatory assessment and follow-up test as well as the mediating effect of self-objectification. Read more here.

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