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Anne M. Haase

As female athletes participating in physique-salient sports report similar levels of social physique anxiety (SPA) and disordered eating symptoms compared with those in nonphysique salient sports, alternative factors contributing to disordered eating require consideration, specifically participation in sport type (team vs. individual). This study examined SPA and disordered eating correlates in female athletes (N= 137) in two sport types (team sports and individual sports). Individual sport athletes exhibited higher SPA, F(1, 135) = 22.03, p< .001; dieting, Brown and Forsythe’s F(1, 57.05) = 43.79, p< .001; and bulimic behavior, Brown and Forsythe’s F(1, 59.92) = 13.45, p= .001 than team sport athletes. SPA and sport type together predicted 44% of dieting and 22% of bulimic symptom variance, suggesting that individual-sport athletes with higher SPA experienced greater disordered eating. Involvement in individual sports where physique is more open to social evaluation may contribute to dieting and bulimic symptoms among female athletes.

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J. Robert Grove, Anne Haase and Andrew Sheperdson

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Simon J. Sebire, Anne M. Haase, Alan A. Montgomery, Jade McNeill and Russ Jago

Background:

The current study investigated cross-sectional associations between maternal and paternal logistic and modeling physical activity support and the self-efficacy, self-esteem, and physical activity intentions of 11- to 12-year-old girls.

Methods:

210 girls reported perceptions of maternal and paternal logistic and modeling support and their self-efficacy, self-esteem and intention to be physically active. Data were analyzed using multivariable regression models.

Results:

Maternal logistic support was positively associated with participants’ self-esteem, physical activity self-efficacy, and intention to be active. Maternal modeling was positively associated with self-efficacy. Paternal modeling was positively associated with self-esteem and selfefficacy but there was no evidence that paternal logistic support was associated with the psychosocial variables.

Conclusions:

Activity-related parenting practices were associated with psychosocial correlates of physical activity among adolescent girls. Logistic support from mothers, rather than modeling support or paternal support may be a particularly important target when designing interventions aimed at preventing the age-related decline in physical activity among girls.

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Panteleimon Ekkekakis, Kim Gammage, Anne Haase, Cathy Lirgg, Athanasios Papaioannou and Daniel Weigand

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Daniel Weigand, Cathy Lirgg, Kim Gammage, Anne Haase and Athanasios Papaioannou

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J. Robert Grove, Anne Haase, Kathleen A. Martin, Cathy Lirgg and Daniel A. Weigand

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Daniel Wiegand, Cathy Lirgg, Kim Gammage, Anne Haase, Athanasios Papaioannou, Ralph Maddison and Panteleimon Ekkekakis

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Daniel Weigand, Cathy Lirgg, Kim Gammage, Anne Haase, Athanasios Papaioannou, Ralph Maddison and Panteleimon Ekkekakis

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Daniel Weigand, Cathy Lirgg, Kim Gammage, Anne Haase, Athanasios Papaioannou, Ralph Maddison and Panteleimon Ekkekakis

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Jean Côté, Marit Sørensen, Taru Lintunen, Daniel A. Weigand, Anne Haase, Kathleen A. Martin and James Dimmock

Edited by J. Robert Grove