Title

Visuospatial Ability, Accuracy of Size Estimation, and Bulimic Disturbance in a Noneating-Disordered College Sample: A Neuropsychological Analysis

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1991

Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

https://doi.org/10.2466/pms.1991.73.1.335

Abstract

The relationship between visuospatial ability and size accuracy in perception was assessed in 69 normal college females. In general, correlations indicated small associations between visuospatial defects and size overestimation and little relationship between visuospatial ability and level of bulimic disturbance. Implications for research on the size overestimation of body image are addressed.

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Citation / Publisher Attribution

Perceptual and Motor Skills, v. 73, issue 1, p. 335-338

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