Skouteris, H. 2012, Pregnancy : physical and body image changes. In Cash, Thomas F. (ed), Encyclopedia of body image and human appearance, Elsevier, London, England, pp.664-668, doi: 10.1016/B978-0-12-384925-0.00105-X.
Body dissatisfaction is often associated with negative psychological functioning, such as depression, and maladaptive behaviors, such as unhealthy eating and extreme weight loss behaviors, which have serious negative implications for women’s health and well-being, and potentially also for the unborn fetus during pregnancy. This article summarizes contemporary research in the area of body image during pregnancy, showing the development of knowledge in this area with increasing research interest in this topic in more recent times.
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