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<p>The present study aimed to examine the relationship of identity styles and body image with anxiety among<br />students. This was a descriptive-correlational study. The statistical population included 240 second period male<br />high school students in Saravan. To examine identity styles, body image and anxiety, respectively, Identity Style<br />Questionnaire (IS-6G), the Fisher Body Image Scale (1970), and the Cattell Anxiety Scale Questionnaire were<br />used as data collection tools. Thedoi:10.5539/mas.v10n3p178 fatcat:col7otalc5fz7crxj5m4sp7ntm