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Sedory K A Gray 2005 Recognition and treatment of muscle dysmorphia and related body image disorders Journal of Athletic Training

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors:
Laura Badenes-Ribera
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Maria Rubio-Aparicio
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Julio Sánchez-Meca
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Matteo Angelo Fabris
, and
Claudio Longobardi

renamed “muscle dysmorphia” (MD; Pope, Gruber, Choi, Olivardia, & Phillips, 1997 ). These authors suggested that MD is a form of body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) characterized by an obsessive preoccupation with the size and shape of one’s muscles, causing

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66 69 Foster, A. C., Shorter, G. W. & Griffiths, M. D. (2015). Muscle dysmorphia: Could it be classified as an addiction to body image? Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 4, 1

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. & Bowersox, S. (2009). Etiology, assessment, and treatment of muscle dysmorphia. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. 23 , 306–314. Bowersox S. Etiology, assessment, and treatment of muscle

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Choi, P. Y. L., Pope, H. G., Olivardia, R. & Cash, T. F. (2002). Muscle dysmorphia: A new syndrome in weightlifters. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 36, 375–376. Cash T. F

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Foster, A. C., Shorter, G. W. & Griffiths, M. D. (2014). Muscle dysmorphia: Could it be classified as an addiction to body image? Journal of Behavioral Addictions , Epub ahead of print, doi: 10.1556/JBA.3

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2009 Muscle dysmorphia symptoms and their relationship to self-concept and negative affect among college recreational exercisers Journal of Applied Sport Psychology 21 262

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. , Fassino , S. & Abbate-Daga , G. ( 2014 ). University courses, eating problems, and muscle dysmorphia: Are there associations? Journal of TranslationMedicine , 12 , 221 . Borgen

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Physician and Sportsmedicine . J. C. Giardino M. E. Procidano 2012 Muscle dysmorphia

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means and standard deviations, r values or percentages for the relevant variables. We did not include studies that only included muscle dysmorphia as an outcome variable or only examined attitudes towards exercise and fitness or fitness orientation

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