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Emotional attitude towards one’s own body in overweight women

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Stosunek emocjonalny otyłych kobiet do własnego ciała
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OBJECTIVE The aim was to diagnosis of the emotional state of the participants and to compare the separated aspects of body image in the range of an emotional attitude towards body. MATERIAL AND METHOD The participants were 150 overweight women. The Emotional State Questionnaire and the body satisfaction scale were used. RESULTS A slightly higher level of danger (18,13 ± 6,015) and an average level of advantage (16,45± 5,299), harm (12,66± 4,967) and challenge (12,41± 3,758) was observed. The satisfaction from one’s body in the imaginable aspect was more positive than in the declarative aspect (Z=9,460; p<0,001), the sensory aspect (Z=9,345; p<0,001), and the perceived aspect (Z=9,455; p<0,001). CONCLUSIONS The satisfaction from one’s body was the most positive in the imaginable aspect, afterwards in the sensory aspect, the declarative aspect and the perceived aspect. The emotions of advantage and challenge positively correlated with body satisfaction in the aspects: declarative, sensory and perceived.
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WSTĘP Celem pracy była diagnoza stanu emocjonalnego badanych oraz porównanie wyodrębnionych aspektów obrazu ciała ze względu na stosunek emocjonalny do własnego ciała. MATERIAŁ I METODA Zbadano 150 otyłych kobiet. Zastosowano Kwestionariusz Stanu Emocjonalnego oraz skalę zadowolenia z własnego ciała. WYNIKI Zaobserwowano nieznacznie podwyższone poczucie zagrożenia (18,13±6,015) oraz średnio nasilone poczucie korzyści (16,45± 5,299), krzywdy (12,66± 4,967) i wyzwania (12,41± 3,758). Zadowolenie badanych z ciała w aspekcie wyobrażeniowym było większe niż w aspekcie deklaratywnym (Z=9,460; p<0,001), sensorycznym (Z=9,345; p<0,001) i spostrzeżeniowym (Z=9,455; p<0,001). WNIOSKI Zadowolenie z własnego ciała okazało się największe w aspekcie wyobrażeniowym, następnie sensorycznym, potem deklaratywnym i spostrzeżeniowym. Poczucie korzyści i wyzwania pozytywnie korelowało z zadowoleniem z ciała w aspekcie: deklaratywnym, sensorycznym i spostrzeżeniowym.
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