Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Dr. Frederick G. Grieve (Director), Dr. Andrew Mienaltowski, Dr. Sarah Ostrowski
Department of Psychology
Master of Arts
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether men with a large amount of Muscle Dysmorphia symptoms had a more favorable outlook and opinion of body work. Participants in the current study were a convenience sample of men recruited from undergraduate classes at Western Kentucky University and the community of Bowling Green Kentucky and Somerset Kentucky. A total of 215 men completed the study. Participants completed the Muscle Dysmorphia Inventory (MDI) and the Attitude-Behavior Questionnaire (ABQ). Results indicate scores on the MDI were significant predictors of scores on the ABQ. This suggests that men with a high number of Muscle Dysmorphia symptoms have a more favorable outlook and opinion of body work.
Cognition and Perception | Health Psychology | Personality and Social Contexts | Psychology | Social Psychology
Reynolds, Katharine J., "Examining the Relationship between Body Work and Muscle Dysmorphia Symptoms" (2010). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 184.