2020
DOI: 10.1016/j.jped.2018.07.006
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Abstract: Most of the sample rightly self-perceived their body image according to body mass index. Students with body image misperception and those dissatisfied with their weight were more likely to present a positive screening for common mental disorders.

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“…In Brazil, the setting of this study, overall BWD ranges from 20% to 60% among adolescents [14,15]. However, few studies have investigated the association between BWD and behaviors related to cardiovascular risk in Brazilian adolescents, such as tobacco use [9], alcohol use [9] and physical inactivity [16,17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Brazil, the setting of this study, overall BWD ranges from 20% to 60% among adolescents [14,15]. However, few studies have investigated the association between BWD and behaviors related to cardiovascular risk in Brazilian adolescents, such as tobacco use [9], alcohol use [9] and physical inactivity [16,17].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The previous studies reported also a lower discordant weight perception among younger adolescents' girls [24], [25]. In fact, female adolescents are more likely to be exposed to thin ideal internalization through media, which has been proven influence body image, which have contributed to their body image disturbance [26], [27].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 88%
“…As they go through puberty, adolescents develop fat deposits on their body that are associated with changes in their body shape and increase in BMI, which has a significant influence on their body image [28]. On the other hand, sociocultural pressures that favor thinness as the ideal have a strong effect on body image, especially among adolescent [26]. However, another study determined that body weight dissatisfaction was not associated to age, but it was associated to BMI and sex [7].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Social media portrays women who are slim as being more beautiful and successful compared to overweight women [8]. Body image misperception and dissatisfaction with body weight highlight an association between body dissatisfaction and psychological wellbeing [9].…”
Section: Effects Of Social Media On the Aspects Of Body Imagementioning
confidence: 99%