Trastornos alimenticios, ansiedad y depresión en una muestra de estudiantes de psicología de la Universidad de Costa Rica

This research seeks to determine the correlation between anxiety, depression and eating disorders in a sample of psychology students as well as see the impact of them. The sample consisted of 71 students, we used the BDI, DAI and the EAT-26. MANOVA analysis was performed, and Pearson correlations an...

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Autores Principales: Montenegro Montenegro, Esteban, Blanco Álvarez, Tatiana, Almengor M., Pablo, Pereira C., Cristina
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/wimblu/article/view/1588
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/12456
Sumario: This research seeks to determine the correlation between anxiety, depression and eating disorders in a sample of psychology students as well as see the impact of them. The sample consisted of 71 students, we used the BDI, DAI and the EAT-26. MANOVA analysis was performed, and Pearson correlations and analysis of Cronbach. Results. We found a significant effect of gender on the level of eating disorders and a significant correlation between eating disorders and anxiety. Similarly, women scored higher on eating disorders than men, which is supported by the literature on eating disorders.