James Lock

Publication Details

  • Associated health risks of adolescents with disordered eating: How different are they from their peers? Results from a high school survey CHILD PSYCHIATRY & HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Lock, J., Reisel, B., Steiner, H. 2001; 31 (3): 249-265

    Abstract:

    In this study, we compare health risks of adolescents with disordered eating to those of their peers without disordered eating. A self-report health survey from a community sample of 1769 high school students was used to compare emotional, medical, and social behaviors of these two groups. Risk data for disordered eating students was compared within and across genders. Adolescents with disordered eating are at increased risk for emotional and physical health problems compared to their peers. Overall health risks for boys and girls with disordered eating are quite similar. However, boys with disordered eating develop associated health risk profiles that differentiate them from male peers by having increased mental health, sexual and physical abuse, and general health problems. Girls with disordered eating have associated health risks for substance use and sexual risk-taking that distinguished them from their female peers.

    View details for Web of Science ID 000166288700006

    View details for PubMedID 11196014

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