Elizabeth A. Easley, "Sensitivity and specificity of college students’ BMI and Perceptions of Weight in Determining Obesity Status" (2017)

Title

Elizabeth A. Easley, "Sensitivity and specificity of college students’ BMI and Perceptions of Weight in Determining Obesity Status" (2017)

Subject

Body Mass Index (BMI)
Obesity Status

Description

This study determined the sensitivity and specificity of BMI and student perception of obesity status.

Rights

Creative Commons License
Sensitivity and specificity of college students’ BMI and Perceptions of Weight in Determining Obesity Status by Elizabeth A. Easley, Emily E. Freeman, Savannah B. Bailey, Sarah H. Sellhorst ,and William F. Riner is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

Format

.PDF

Title

Sensitivity and specificity of college students’ BMI and Perceptions of Weight in Determining Obesity Status

Author

Elizabeth A. Easley, Ph.D

Co-Author(s)/Affiliation:

Emily Freeman, University of South Carolina Lancaster
Savannah B. Bailey, University of South Carolina Lancaster
Sarah H. Sellhorst, Ph.D., University of South Carolina Lancaster
William F. Riner, Ph.D., University of South Carolina Lancaster

Date (Month, Year)

June 2016

Conference Name

American College of Sports Medicine Conference

Location (City, State; City, Country)

Boston, Massachusetts

USCL Department Affiliation

Math, Science, Nursing and Public Health

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