Early maladaptive schemas and negative eating attitudes: The moderating role of acculturation in Latina college students
Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
Lewin, Michael R.
The current study focused on the prevalence of negative eating attitudes in one hundred and forty-five Latina college students and delineated the cognitive and cultural factors that may be responsible for the increase in negative eating attitudes (NEAT) in Latinas. Questionnaires were distributed to college students enrolled in various social science classes in undergraduate psychology courses at Cal State University, San Bernardino for extra course credit.
Lopez, Stacey Cardoz, "Early maladaptive schemas and negative eating attitudes: The moderating role of acculturation in Latina college students" (2011). Theses Digitization Project. 3621.