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Below, three of our writers shared their experiences with bullying, as well as tips on how to protect yourself.
The following authors were kind enough to provide information to compute effect sizes when the information was not available in the original article: Agliata and Tantleff-Dunn (2004) ; Fister and Smith (2004) ; Hargreaves and Tiggemann (2003, 2004) ; Tiggemann and Slater (2004) ; Patrick et al. (2004) ; and van den Berg and Thompson (2007) . The following authors provided information regarding their studies that were published in non-English journals: Petersen (2005) : German and Steenhuis et al. (2005) : Dutch. The following authors provided unpublished data: Barta (2002); Becker and Frindell (2006); Dittmar and Howard (2004a, 2004b); Dittmar et al. (submitted for publication); Durkin, Paxton, and Sorbello (2007); Lew et al. (2007); and Harrison, Taylor, and Marske (2006) . Leigh Cohn (Editor-in-Chief) was kind enough to provide potential references from Eating Disorders: The Journal of Treatment and Prevention; as well as post a request for unpublished data on the AED listserv. Thanks to Besty Becker and Ariel M. Aloe (Florida State University) for their expertise with coding and data analyses. Funded by NIH RO3 MH070389-01 (Hausenblas PI and Thompson Co-I).
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There is no single cause of body dissatisfaction or disordered eating. But, research is increasingly clear that media does indeed contribute and that exposure to and pressure exerted by media increase body dissatisfaction and disordered eating.