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B. M. Kogan, T. I. Xazieva, FEATURES OF THE TEENAGERS EMOTIONAL SPHERE IN EATING BEHAVIOR DISORDERS AND OVERWEIGHT PROBLEMS

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FEATURES OF THE TEENAGERS EMOTIONAL SPHERE IN EATING BEHAVIOR DISORDERS AND OVERWEIGHT PROBLEMS

 

B. M. Kogan,

T. I. Xazieva, MCU, Moscow

 

Paper shows the research results of aggression, anxiety, depression and the level of psychological wellbeing among teenagers with eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia), as well as overweight problems. It is shown that all the researched data are differ significantly from the relatively healthy group of young people.

Keywords: eating disorders; overweight; aggression; anxiety; depression; psychological well-being.

 

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