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Célkitűzés. A női karcsúságideállal szemben a férfiak testideálja az atléta-ideálon alapszik. Feltevésünk szerint a férfiakra jellemző egyes foglalkozásoknál (pl. a fegyveres testületeknél) az atléta-ideál hangsúlyozott szerepe kockázati tényezőként jelenhet meg, aminek következménye lehet a testi elégedetlenség, illetve a fokozott testedzés. Ez pedig hajlamosíthat az izomdiszmorfia (más néven: inverz anorexia nervosa) megjelenésére egyes populációkban. Módszer. 480 katonai főiskolai és 752 általános egyetemi felsőoktatásban részt vevő, 18-30 év közötti férfi testi attitűdjeit, testi elégedetlenségét, valamint testedzési szokásait vizsgáltuk kérdőíves módszerrel. Az általános demográfiai adatokat, valamint a testsúllyal, testépítéssel, szteroid-használattal kapcsolatos információkat tartalmazó kérdőíven túl a vizsgálatban résztvevők kitöltötték az Evészavar Kérdőívet (EDI) és a Testi Attitűdök Tesztjét (BAT). Eredmények. Az általános egyetemi hallgatók átlagos testtömeg-indexe a katonai mintával való összehasonlításban szignifikánsan magasabb (23,9–23,5 kg/m2). A katonai főiskolások között szignifikánsan magasabb az anabolikus szteroidokat használók aránya (3,3%). A katonai felsőoktatásban résztvevők között a testépítéssel foglalkozók száma meglepően magas (64,5%). Az EDI testi attitűdök szempontjából releváns faktoraiban, valamint a BAT pontszámok átlagaiban szignifikáns eltéréseket találtunk a minták között, s a testépítés szerinti csoportbontásban is. Konklúzió. A katonai pálya hatása a testi attitűdök vonatkozásában specifikus eltéréseket mutat a “civil” populációhoz képest, amely – egyes negatív hatásai mellett – a testi elégedetlenséget pozitív irányban befolyásolja és a testideálok által meghatározott pszichés zavarok ellen hat.

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