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Negi S, Benau EM, Strowger M, Grammer AC and Timko CA (2022) Internalization of Appearance Ideals and Not Religiosity Indirectly Impacts the Relationship Between Acculturation and Disordered Eating Risk in South and Southeast Asian Women Living in the United States. Front. Psychol. 13:843717. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2022.843717
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Negi, Sonakshi; Benau, Erik M; Strowger, Megan; Grammer, Anne Claire; and Timko, C Alix, "Internalization of appearance ideals and not religiosity indirectly impacts the relationship between acculturation and disordered eating risk in South and Southeast Asian women living in the United States." Frontiers in Psychology. 13, 843717 (2022).