Diversification of Ideal Body Types Does Not Impact Body Image Satisfaction

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‘Slim-thick’ is an idealized hourglass figure fuller than the traditional thin-ideal (Appleford, 2016). Broader beauty standards may improve female body image. Conversely, self-discrepancy theory posits if ideals differ from the self, dissatisfaction can occur (Higgins, 1987). The current study examined how different quantities (1, 3, or 7) of body types presented as ideal affected body image sati...

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