La internalización del ideal de delgadez: factor de riesgo de alteraciones de la imagen corporal y los hábitos de alimentación, generado por la influencia de pares

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  • Sarita Saffon Universidad de los Andes
  • Lina María Saldarriaga Universidad de los Andes

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Internalización, Ideal de delgadez, Cultura de apariencia de pares, Alteraciones en la imagen corporal, Alteraciones en hábitos de alimentación

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El propósito de la presente revisión crítica es analizar la internalización del ideal de delgadez y sus efectos en los individuos. Dicho análisis permite identificar el rol predictivo y mediador que cumple en la interacción entre las relaciones de pares y el desarrollo de alteraciones en la imagen corporal y en los hábitos alimenticios. Se examinan diferencias por sexo y etapas del desarrollo, y se hace una revisión de instrumentos de medición. Las conclusiones muestran que es necesario continuar estudiando los mecanismos de internalización y sus consecuencias, así como también la manera de prevenir y tratar sus efectos. Se enfatiza en la necesidad de comprender la importancia que tiene la internalización en la salud mental y física de los individuos.

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Saffon, S., & Saldarriaga, L. M. (2015). La internalización del ideal de delgadez: factor de riesgo de alteraciones de la imagen corporal y los hábitos de alimentación, generado por la influencia de pares. Revista De Psicología Universidad De Antioquia, 6(1), 75–90. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.udea.edu.co/index.php/psicologia/article/view/21618

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