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Illusory Changes in Body Size Modulate Body Satisfaction in a Way That Is Related to Non-Clinical Eating Disorder Psychopathology

Figure 3

Results of Experiment two.

Medians of pre and post-illusion hip judgments for the large (a) and small (b) body conditions Error bars show interquartile range. Medians of pre and post-illusion body satisfaction (BISS) scores for the large (c) and small (b) body conditions. Error bars show interquartile range. * = p<.05, ** = p<.01 Scatter charts of change in body satisfaction (post – pre-illusion BISS scores) and eating disorder psychopathology (EDE-Q score) for large (e) and small (f) body conditions. Scores of male participants are depicted by open triangles and females by filled circles. A significant relationship was only found for the large body condition (p = .012).

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0085773.g003