Social comparison with the thin ideal and implicit self-evaluation

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Research on body image suggests that social comparison with the thin ideal has a number of negative consequences for women. To date, however, little is known on how social comparison with the thin ideal affects the accessibility of positive thoughts and feelings about the self (implicit self-liking). To examine this issue, a hundred and twenty-six young women from two countries, Canada and France,...


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