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Correction: The mediating role of rumination in the relation between attentional bias towards thin female bodies and eating disorder symptomatology

  • Laura Dondzilo,
  • Elizabeth Rieger,
  • Romina Palermo,
  • Susan Byrne,
  • Jason Bell

Correction: The mediating role of rumination in the relation between attentional bias towards thin female bodies and eating disorder symptomatology

  • Laura Dondzilo, 
  • Elizabeth Rieger, 
  • Romina Palermo, 
  • Susan Byrne, 
  • Jason Bell
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Reference 3 is incorrect. The correct reference is: Posavac HD, Posavac SS, Posavac EJ. Exposure to media images of female attractiveness and concern with body weight among young women. Sex Roles. 1998; 38: 187–201. doi:10.1023/A:1018729015490.

Reference 15 is incorrect. The correct reference is: Glauert R, Rhodes G, Fink B, Grammer K. Body dissatisfaction and attentional bias to thin bodies. Int J Eat Disord. 2009; 43: 42–49. doi:10.1002/eat.20663.

Reference 19 is incorrect. The correct reference is: Smith E, Rieger E. An investigation of the effect of body dissatisfaction on selective attention toward negative shape and weight-related information. Int J Eat Disord. 2010; 43: 358–364. doi:10.1002/eat.20703.

Refence 27 is incorrect. The correct reference is: Treynor W. Rumination reconsidered: A psychometric analysis. Cognit Ther Res. 2003; 27: 247–259. doi:10.1023/A:1023910315561.

There is an error in Table 1. Please see the correct table here.

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Table 1. Bivariate correlations between AB difference scores for thin and non-thin bodies (ms) with eating disorder-related correlates (n = 70).

https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0196143.t001

Reference

  1. 1. Dondzilo L, Rieger E, Palermo R, Byrne S, Bell J (2017) The mediating role of rumination in the relation between attentional bias towards thin female bodies and eating disorder symptomatology. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0177870. pmid:28542431