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Influencia de la imagen corporal y la autoestima en la experiencia sexual de estudiantes universitarias sin trastornos alimentarios

International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology 01/2004;
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ABSTRACT En este estudio se evalúa la relación que tienen diversas variables de la imagen corporal cognitivas (miedo a ganar peso, distorsión de la imagen corporal e insatisfacción corporal) y perceptivas (índice de masa corporal y autopercepción de atractivo) junto con la autoestima sobre la actividad sexual (nivel de experiencia sexual y actividad sexual en la actualidad, edad de la primera relación sexual coital, número de parejas sexuales coitales y satisfacción de las relaciones sexuales) de jóvenes universitarias gallegas. La muestra está compuesta por 325 chicas con una edad media de 19,5 años. Se concluye, a la luz de los resultados, que las variables miedo a ganar peso, insatisfacción corporal, autopercepción de atractivo físico y autoestima se relacionan con la actividad sexual; por otro lado, el índice de masa corporal y la distorsión de la imagen corporal no se relacionan con la expresión de la sexualidad. Se trata de un estudio descriptivo mediante encuestas con diseño transversal.

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    PeerJ. 01/2014; 2:e495.

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