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Does Knowing Hurt? Perceiving Oneself as Overweight Predicts Future Physical Health and Well-Being.
How And Why Weight Stigma Drives The Obesity 'epidemic' And Harms Health
Parent-Reported Bullying and Child Weight Gain between Ages 6 and 15.
Parental Perception of Weight Status and Weight Gain Across Childhood.
Parents' Perceptions of Their Children as Overweight and Children's Weight Concerns and Weight Gain.
Perceived weight discrimination mediates the prospective relation between obesity and depressive symptoms in U.S. and U.K. adults.
Perceived weight discrimination, changes in health, and daily stressors.
Weight discrimination and unhealthy eating-related behaviors.