Download powerpoint Figure 1 Screening measure for body dysmorphic disorder: Assessment of BDD should always include consideration of risk.
Luke Wilkin MSc Module: Masters Research Project Assignment 1 Title: Research Proposal Academic Year: In addition, I have followed any further guidelines if offered for the submission of this piece of assessment. The insertion of my name, username and active e-mail address and electronic signature [optional] by me is an acknowledgement of the above.
Jamie Barker Word Count: Active e-mail address for Bb: However, in recent times it has become apparent then men also harbour concerns about their physiques.
The DFM describes a males need to have a more muscular physique. More recently, Kelley, Neufeld and Musher-Eizenman found This was the highest percentage of the four possible groups.
The interaction of the two also significantly predicted body inadequacy and disordered eating. Moreover, the same could was said for higher body-esteem which the au- thors suggested was because of the closer proximity towards their ideal body image.
While these signify a drive to be thin, another construct was developed to account for the opposite end of the spectrum. Individuals suffering from anorexia may see themselves as being overweight when in fact they are underweight.
Muscle dysmorphia MD describes an obsession with muscularity and leanness, whilst individuals fear they are too small and insuf- ficiently muscular American Psychological Association, Although not examined within the literature, the DFT could relate to all of these correlations.
Muscle dysmorphia is yet to be classified into either a body dysmorphic, obsessive- compulsive or eating disorder as it provides evidence for each category. There has been limited work on cut off scores for MD measures to provide evidence of those who may be at low or high risk of MD.
A number of studies have attempted to use cut offs e. There is a divide between researchers as to whether or not cut offs should be used to identify those at risk of MD as some of the measures used to access MD contain conceptually independent characteristics of MD.
The methods used by Lantz et al and Kelley et al. Although early research has shown that DFM and DFT can co-occur limited research in this area exists and requires further study Kelley, Men striving for a more muscular physique do not want to be thin, but desire to be more muscular and lean concurrently.
No research to date has assessed the DFM and DFT in a mixed self-categorised bodybuilder and weightlifter population or with the same measures. There is also call for more research between the relationship between MD and DFM as a recent review by Edwards et al found less than 3 studies has assessed the relationship utilising parametrically as- sured measures.
A greater understanding of these constructs would be beneficial as Hildebrandt, Schlundt, Langenbucher and Chung found that male bodybuilders who had a strong drive to de- crease body fat and increase musculature exhibit higher levels of body image disturbance and psycho- pathology than men who only had strong desire for one.
It is hoped that operationalising 3 key constructs in the pursuit of the ideal physique will help to inform both further research and offer some answers to individuals encapsulated within this population. Aims There are three keys aims of this study, firstly, based on a lack of research examining the co-occurrence of the Drive for Muscularity and the Drive for Thinness in the same sample population these constructs will be assessed in bodybuilders and weightlifters.
Finally, Drive for Muscularity and Drive for Leanness will be used as predictors of levels of muscle dysmorphia symptomology. Ho0 There will be no significant difference between bodybuilders and weightlifters in levels of the Drive for Muscularity, Drive for Thinness and Muscle Dysmorphia.
This study will look to compare bodybuilders and weight- lifters levels of drive for muscularity, drive for thinness and muscle dysmorphia. Participants will be asked during data collection to specify which category the feel they belong to and been given a chance to further refine their choice on a following question.
Participants will be sourced using two methods. Gatekeeper approval has been secured to access this facility to undertake data collection.
Secondly, the questionnaire pack will be posted online on various social media networks forums. The researcher will upload the questionnaire pack to Qualtrics in partnership with Staffordshire University.
The hyperlink created will be posted online for prospective participants. Approval to under- take research using social networks has been received from www. Wa Research Project Proposal 6 Due to this study requiring participants to be actively participating in weight training a convenience sam- pling technique will be employed by the researcher.
Data from the general population would not be rele- vant to this study and therefore rules out the use of random selection.
Studies of a similar nature have sample sizes have ranged fromhowever the majority of these have utilised student samples and have therefore not measured a specific population such as weight train- ers. In studies that have examined weight trainers many have used mixed gender samples.
For those fo- cusing primarily on men, samples sizes range from Lantz et al, - Hale, Roth, DeLong and Briggs, which will be the initial aim of this study.PDF | On Mar 13, , Sebastian S Sandgren and others published Research Proposal: A Longitudinal Study Investigating Muscle Dysmorphia Symptomatology in Weight-Training Males and Females.
RESEARCH ARTICLE Bigorexia: Bodybuilding and Muscle Dysmorphia Philip E. Mosley*,y Trafford General Hospital, Manchester, UK subtype of body dysmorphic disorder and proposing the operational diagnostic criteria presented in not meet the formal criteria for muscle dysmorphia but may still be affected by body image .
Proposal For Body Dysmorphia and The Media Research Paper Proposal I. Purpose of Research The purpose of this research paper is to research and discuss body dysmorphic disorder and how the media can be a negative effect on .
UPDATE ARTICLE Body dysmorphic disorder and olfactory reference disorder: proposals for ICD David Veale,1 Hisato Matsunaga2 1Institute of Psychiatry and South London and Maudsley NHS Trust, London, UK.
2Department of Neuropsychiatry, Hyogo College of Medicine, Mukogawa-cho, NishinomiyaHyogo, Japan. PDF | Background: Body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) is a condition associated with a perceived defect or flaw in physical appearance and repetitive behaviours related to this perceived imperfection.
Body dysmorphic disorder also may be present with an eating disorder, such as anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa, especially if it involves a weight-related part of .