SATAQ

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SATAQSociocultural Attitudes Toward Appearance Questionnaire (body image form)
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Teachers with lower scores on the SATAQ were in socioeconomic level A and those with higher scores were in socioeconomic level B.
In Table 4, it can be observed that teachers who are members of Tercile 2, according to SATAQ scores, had a mean body weight of about 9 kg lower than the other terciles (p = 0.032).
The teachers who were most influenced by the media according to SATAQ had higher body fat percentages (p = 0.032).
Sociocultural Attitudes and Symptoms of Bulimia: Evaluating the SATAQ With Diverse College Groups.
Tabla 1 Correlations between CMS, SATAQ, BFNE and EAT-26.
A SATAQ e SATAQ-3 foram utilizadas em diversas pesquisas (e.g.
A SATAQ e SATAQ-3 medem a internalizacao atraves de itens como "Eu comparo meu corpo com o corpo de modelos", "Eu frequentemente leio revistas como Nova, Vogue, e Marie Claire e comparo a minha aparencia com a das modelos" ou "Eu gostaria de parecer tao atletico(a) como as pessoas nas revistas".
Assim, a medida estaria avaliando um ponto da normatizacao corporal ainda nao contemplado na escala SATAQ, o aspecto da intencao comportamental.
Other studies examining the SATAQ with college women have recorded alphas of .57 and .92 (Forbes, Doroszewicz, Card, & Curtis, 2004) and .68 and .87 (Cashel, Cunningham, Landeros, Cokley, & Muhammad, 2003).
An analysis of the beta weights for the first regression analysis on body surveillance are presented in Table 2 and revealed that only the internalization subscale of the SATAQ was found to explain a significant proportion of the variance in body surveillance ([beta] = .57 t(3, 189) = 8.01, p = .00).
Once in their cubicles, participants were instructed that they be asked to complete a questionnaire investigating "various student attitudes and opinions," particularly "about yourself, the media and your body." Participants answered several demographic questions, then reported their media consumption patterns, completed the social comparison scales, the SATAQ, the media influence and belief questions, and the body perception scale, always in that order.
Media consumption predicted neither ideal figure selections nor social comparison scores for either gender, although the latter was significantly correlated with SATAQ awareness and internalisation scores for both genders (rs~.3).