A Quality Analysis of an Intervention for Weight Bias Internalization in Young Women

Name: Alexandra Markwell Collaborators: Lindsay Samson, Jennifer Mills Year & Program: 4th year Psychology Project Type: Empirical Study

Name: Alexandra Markwell
Collaborators: Lindsay Samson, Jennifer Mills
Year & Program: 4th year Psychology
Project Type: Empirical Study

10 thoughts on “A Quality Analysis of an Intervention for Weight Bias Internalization in Young Women

  1. I’ve learned about some really interestIng and important information about WBI and RI from your presentation. Your poster beautifully highlights the various aspects involved in your study.

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  2. This intervention seems like such an accessible and low cost way to help people struggling with IWS!
    Really a no brainer!
    And a great visual- appealing & informative.

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  3. Although I don’t know anything about IR, from what you stated of it being a homework based exercise, I’m shocked at how self-reflecting it is. I actually think its an important step for women to think about their weight biases and how it truly affects them. I feel wowed

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  4. Not only is this a very interesting topic, but this is a very visually appealing poster! Great job on presenting the information visually!

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  5. I’ve heard some very interesting things about IR! I hope that this can help alter weight bias schema positively to improve outcomes for young women. Such a great and worthwhile study!

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