S. Kailey Miller, "The Impact of Body Composition on Women’s Global Self Esteem" (2018)

Title

S. Kailey Miller, "The Impact of Body Composition on Women’s Global Self Esteem" (2018)

Subject

Body composition
Body fat percentage
Global Self Esteem
Exercise Science
Women

Description

This study investigated women’s global self esteem and how their body composition, specifically their body fat percentage, affected it. Anthropometric data was taken and a PSDQ survey was filled out by all participates in order to compare means.

Date

February 14, 2018

Title

The Impact of Body Composition on Women’s Global Self Esteem

Author

S. Kailey Miller

Co-Author(s)/Affiliation:

Elizabeth A. Easley, Ph.D., 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)

February 2018

Conference Name

Southeast American College of Sports Medicine Annual Meeting

Location (City, State; City, Country)

Chattanooga, TN

USCL Department Affiliation

Math, Science, Nursing and Public Health

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