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Differences in body dissatisfaction, weight-management practices and food choices of high-school students in the Bangkok metropolitan region by gender and school type
Public Health Nutrition
AbstractObjectiveThe present study aimed to compare body dissatisfaction, food choices, physical activity and weight-management practices by gender and school type.DesignA questionnaire was used to obtain height, weight, body image perception using Stunkard's figure rating scale, food choices, physical activity and weight-management practices.SettingNine single- and mixed-gender schools located in Bangkok Metropolitan Region, Thailand.SubjectsStudents in 10th–12th grade, aged 15–18 yearsdoi:10.1017/s1368980016000100 pmid:26857966 fatcat:h4nfp5jfuffbhaxthzfdybzwsm