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Tolaymat, Lana D.; Moradi, Bonnie – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
This study tested tenets of objectification theory and explored the role of the hijab in body image and eating disorder symptoms with a sample of 118 Muslim women in the United States. Results from a path analysis indicated that individual differences in wearing the hijab were related negatively with reported sexual objectification experiences.…
Descriptors: Muslims, Females, Self Concept, Eating Disorders
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Parent, Mike C.; Moradi, Bonnie – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2011
Men's body image problems may manifest as an unhealthy drive for muscularity and propensity to use anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS). Aspects of objectification theory were integrated with literature on men's drive for muscularity and AAS use to identify correlates of these problems. The resultant model was tested with path analyses of data from…
Descriptors: Expectation, Self Concept, Intention, Interpersonal Relationship
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Wiseman, Marcie C.; Moradi, Bonnie – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2010
On the basis of integrating objectification theory research with research on body image and eating problems among sexual minority men, the present study examined relations among sociocultural and psychological correlates of eating disorder symptoms with a sample of 231 sexual minority men. Results of a path analysis supported tenets of…
Descriptors: Self Concept, Eating Disorders, Interpersonal Relationship, Path Analysis
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Moradi, Bonnie; Funderburk, Jamie R. – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2006
The authors of the present study contribute to research on the role of sexist events in women's mental health by examining the sexism-distress relation (a) with a sample of women who are seeking mental health services and (b) in the context of the additional roles of perceived social support in positive self-appraisal (i.e., empowerment and…
Descriptors: Females, Mental Health, Social Support Groups, Path Analysis
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Moradi, Bonnie; Risco, Cristina – Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2006
With a sample of 128 Latina/o persons, the present study examined a model that tested direct, indirect, and mediated relations among perceived discrimination, psychological distress, self-esteem, sense of personal control, and acculturation to Latina/o and U.S. cultures. Path analysis of the model indicated that (a) perceived discrimination was…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Hispanic Americans, Models, Racial Discrimination
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Moradi, Bonnie; Subich, Linda Mezydlo – Counseling Psychologist, 2003
Conceptualizations of the role of racism and sexism in African American women's lives suggest that racism and sexism may have unique and interactive links to psychological distress. Path analysis was used to examine concomitantly these links for a sample of 133 African American university and community women. Respondents' self-reported experiences…
Descriptors: College Students, Females, Path Analysis, Gender Bias