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Children’s Figural Scales (CFS) (Simmons & Ulrich, 2014) for girls and boys were developed as a new research tool to measure accuracy of body size and shape self-perception, and body satisfaction in terms of size and shape. The research objective was to investigate self-perception accuracy of pre- and early pubertal children’s body image and possible differences between actual, perceived, and desired physical selves.

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Nov 12th, 12:00 AM

Application of Children's Figural Scale to Compare Actual, Perceived, and Desired Self Images

Children’s Figural Scales (CFS) (Simmons & Ulrich, 2014) for girls and boys were developed as a new research tool to measure accuracy of body size and shape self-perception, and body satisfaction in terms of size and shape. The research objective was to investigate self-perception accuracy of pre- and early pubertal children’s body image and possible differences between actual, perceived, and desired physical selves.

 

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