For bariatric surgery candidates body image dissatisfaction (BID) may influence both psychological well-being and motivation to obtain surgery. This study aims to examine possible psychiatric predictors of BID. In particular, we explored the burden of new associated factors such as early trauma and attachment style (AS), which have not been assessed in previous literature.

Bianciardi, E., Di Lorenzo, G., Niolu, C., Betro, S., Zerbin, F., Gentileschi, P., et al. (2019). Body image dissatisfaction in individuals with obesity seeking bariatric surgery: exploring the burden of new mediating factors. RIVISTA DI PSICHIATRIA, 54(1), 8-17 [10.1708/3104.30935].

Body image dissatisfaction in individuals with obesity seeking bariatric surgery: exploring the burden of new mediating factors

Bianciardi E.;Di Lorenzo G.;Niolu C.;Gentileschi P.;Siracusano A.
2019

Abstract

For bariatric surgery candidates body image dissatisfaction (BID) may influence both psychological well-being and motivation to obtain surgery. This study aims to examine possible psychiatric predictors of BID. In particular, we explored the burden of new associated factors such as early trauma and attachment style (AS), which have not been assessed in previous literature.
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Rilevanza internazionale
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Esperti anonimi
Settore MED/25 - Psichiatria
Settore MED/18 - Chirurgia Generale
English
Bianciardi, E., Di Lorenzo, G., Niolu, C., Betro, S., Zerbin, F., Gentileschi, P., et al. (2019). Body image dissatisfaction in individuals with obesity seeking bariatric surgery: exploring the burden of new mediating factors. RIVISTA DI PSICHIATRIA, 54(1), 8-17 [10.1708/3104.30935].
Bianciardi, E; Di Lorenzo, G; Niolu, C; Betro, S; Zerbin, F; Gentileschi, P; Siracusano, A
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