The purpose of this study was to determine the racial and ethnic differences on body image perceptions and weight concerns of fourth grade girls. A purposive sample of 182 fourth grade girls were eligible to participate, 166 were included in the data analysis. The Childrens Eating Attitude Test (ChEAT) and a Dieting and Demographic Questionnaire (DDQ) were used to determine eating attitudes of fourth grade girls. A pictoral instrument that was modified from the original was used to assess body image. Anthropometric data was assessed and body mass index (BMI) values were used to classify subjects into percentiles. Results revealed that 56% of all fourth grade girls studied wanted to be thinner and 53% had tried to lose weight. Significantly more non-Hispanic white (NHW) girls reported wanting to be thinner than non-Hispanic black (NHB) and H girls (65.5% vs.32% and 47%, respectively, P=0.005) No significant racial/ethnic differences were revealed for the ChEAT scores. However, 19% of all subjects
This study systematically reviewed the evidence for personality as a correlate of body image. Electronic databases and reference lists were searched in May 2016 for studies reporting an association between at least one dimension of personality and at least one component of negative body image. Twenty-six studies (33 discrete samples) met inclusion criteria. Sixteen samples were coded as medium-high quality. The results indicated that negative body image was associated with higher levels of Neuroticism and lower levels of Extraversion. Agreeableness was not related to body image, and findings for Conscientiousness and Openness were indeterminate. After taking study quality into account, negative body image was also associated with lower levels of Conscientiousness. Neuroticism was associated with negative body image in both women and men. Sex moderation effects for Extraversion, Openness, and Conscientiousness were indeterminate. Large-sample, prospective studies of personality and body image are
In contrast, having a healthy view of your physical self will mean your body image perception will more or less match your expectations. In that case, it may not mean you are completely satisfied with your body either, but chances are that you are accepting and comfortable with the way your body looks. As a consequence, one of the greatest challenges about unhealthy body image is that, in some cases, it may have nothing to do with actual physical appearance or body weight, meaning that the image you get in the mirror may be somewhat distorted by the way you feel or think about yourself ...
The objectives of the study were to determine the nutrient intakes and to examine body image perceptions and weight concerns of elite female US international synchronized skaters. One hundred and twenty-three skaters (mean age = 17.0 ± 2.1 y; BMI = 21.32 ± 2.13) representing six US international synchronized skating teams from the 1998 competitive season participated in the study. Nutrient intakes were determined from 3-d dietary records. Body image perceptions were assessed from responses to silhouette drawings. Skaters completed an emotional and physical self-appraisal. Weight concerns were assessed using a self-administered validated weight history questionnaire. The reported energy intake was 26 kcal/kg. The contribution of carbohydrate, fat, and protein to total energy intake was 62%, 23%, and 15% for younger (14-18 y) and 62%, 24%, and 14%, respectively, for the older (19-30 y) skaters. Significant differences (P , 0.001) were observed between perceived ideal and current body shapes. The ...
BALTIMORE - College cheerleaders are at high risk for body image issues and eating disorders - and may be affected by how revealing their uniforms are, according to a study presented today at the American College of Sports Medicines 57th Annual Meeting in Baltimore.. Toni Torres-McGehee, Ph.D., ATC, studied 136 Division-I and Division-II college cheerleaders to determine if position (base, flyer, etc.) and clothing requirements (daily clothes vs. full or midriff uniforms) affected eating disorder incidence or body image dissatisfaction. Participants were surveyed for weight, height and perceived ideal weight.. Although position did not appear to be a factor, cheerleaders overall were highly disposed to eating disorders: 33.1 percent had some risk of eating disorder characteristics and/or behaviors. Cheerleaders on teams with midriff uniforms were most disposed to body-image issues.. "Maladaptive body image and eating behaviors can form during youth and last a lifetime," Torres-McGehee said. ...
Watch out - the Body Image Thief is about! Hes the sneaky character who keeps stealing your positive body image from your Body Image Vault, leaving only negative thoughts and feelings about your body behind. But dont worry - you can banish him for good and this workbook will show you how! Using a host of activities and real-life stories, this imaginative workbook will look at what body image means, how it develops, the impact it can have and how all this applies to your own body image.. Based on cognitive behavioural and mindfulness principles and techniques, it is packed with strategies that will help you change how you think and act in order to build a positive body image, protect your Body Image Vault and banish your Body Image Thief for good!. Engaging, informative and easy to read, this unique workbook is suitable for young people aged 10+ to work through on their own or with the help of a parent or practitioner.. ...
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The present study was conducted to develop a Multi-dimensional Body Image Scale for Malaysian female adolescents. Data were collected among 328 female adolescents from a secondary school in Kuantan district, state of Pahang, Malaysia by using a self-administered questionnaire and anthropometric measurements. The self-administered questionnaire comprised multiple measures of body image, Eating Attitude Test (EAT-26; Gamer & Garfinkel, 1979) and Rosenberg Self-esteem Inventory (Rosenberg, 1965). The 152 items from selected multiple measures of body image were examined through factor analysis and for internal consistency. Correlations between Multi-dimensional Body Image Scale and body mass index (BMI), risk of eating disorders and self-esteem were assessed for construct validity. A seven factor model of a 62-item Multi-dimensional Body Image Scale for Malaysian female adolescents with construct validity and good internal consistency was developed. The scale encompasses 1) preoccupation with ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Contextual body image and athletes disordered eating: The role of athletic body image in disordered eating in elite women athletes. AU - de Bruin, A.P.. AU - Oudejans, R.R.D.. AU - Bakker, F.C.. AU - Woertman, L.. PY - 2011. Y1 - 2011. N2 - The present study investigated the contribution of a contextual body image perspective to understanding disordered eating in high performance women athletes. Because existing questionnaires were not suitable for measuring body image in the contexts of sport and daily life, we developed the Contextual Body Image Questionnaire for Athletes (CBIQA) in which body image is divided into appearance, muscularity, thin-fat self-evaluations and thin-fat perceived opinions of others, in both contexts. In Study 1, the internal validity and reliability of this questionnaire was established in a general, heterogeneous sample of female sport participants and exercisers. In Study 2, the external validity was determined in a sample of 52 high ...
BACKGROUND: Body image (BI) and body satisfaction may be important in understanding weight loss behaviors, particularly during the postpartum period. We assessed these constructs among African American and white overweight postpartum women. METHODS: The sample included 162 women (73 African American and 89 white) in the intervention arm 6 months into the Active Mothers Postpartum (AMP) Study, a nutritional and physical activity weight loss intervention. BIs, self-reported using the Stunkard figure rating scale, were compared assessing mean values by race. Body satisfaction was measured using body discrepancy (BD), calculated as perceived current image minus ideal image (BD,0: desire to be heavier; BD,0: desire to be lighter). BD was assessed by race for: BD(Ideal) (current image minus the ideal image) and BD(Ideal Mother) (current image minus ideal mother image). RESULTS: Compared with white women, African American women were younger and were less likely to report being married, having any ...
Objectives‌ Extreme concern about body shape is the main feature of eating disorders. Eating disorders co-occur with several medical and mental disorders. So a valid and reliable tool will help prevent this disorder and its consequence. Therefore, the aim of the present study was to examine psychometric properties of the Body ...
The feeling we have of our own body, sometimes called "body image," is fundamental to self-awareness. However, by altering sensory input, the body image can be modified into impossible configurations. Can impossible movements of the body image be conjured solely via internally generated mechanisms, and, if so, do the structural characteristics of the body image modify to accommodate the new movements? We encouraged seven amputees with a vivid phantom arm to learn to perform a phantom wrist movement that defied normal anatomical constraints. Four reported success. Learning the impossible movement coincided in time with a profound change in the body image of the arm, including a sense of ownership and agency over a modified wrist joint. Remarkably, some previous movements and functional tasks involving the phantom arm became more difficult once the shift in body image had occurred. Crucially, these introspective reports were corroborated by robust empirical data from motor imagery tasks, about ...
Unfortunately, more teens are overweight or obese than ever before. This realization worries experts as they fear that a negative body image may compromise the mental health of teens.. This anxiety has lead to a new study that may provide hope as researchers discover overweight teens who are satisfied with their bodies are less depressed and less prone to unhealthy behaviors.. These findings could lead to proactive strategies to manage mental health among overweight adolescents.. In the study, researchers discovered overweight adolescents who are happy with the size and shape of their bodies report higher levels of self-esteem and may also be protected against the negative behavioral and psychological factors sometimes associated with being overweight.. Study findings will be published in an upcoming issue of the Journal of Adolescent Health.. Investigators surveyed a group of 103 overweight adolescents between 2004 and 2006, assessing body satisfaction, weight-control behavior, importance ...
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Depression and dysphoria have often been cited as emotional states that exacerbate both body size distortion and body dissatisfaction. The specific cause of this association has recently been the subject of empirical investigation. In fact, recent research suggests that women induced into a negative mood state report increased concern about their body image. The role of cognition, however, has not yet been specifically addressed by these investigations. The present study tested whether self-referent cognition acts as a mediator between subjective mood and body image evaluations. Eighty women were induced into either a positive or negative mood through brief exposure to either a self-referent or a non self-referent mood induction procedure (MIP). Self-evaluations for attitudinal and perceptual body image were examined for differential effects related to these MIPs. Results indicated that attitudinal body image self-evaluations and perceptual estimates of actual body size became more derogatory ...
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Body image seems to be the latest buzzword. What is body image and why is it important? Body image is the mental picture people have of their bodies, and how that picture makes them feel. People who generally feel good about their bodies have a positive body image.
The number of people suffering from eating disorders continue to grow in the US. According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), over 30 million Americans of all genders and ages struggle with an eating disorder.. Women are more susceptible to eating disorders than the opposite sex. Studies prove that females are more likely to experience extreme body dissatisfaction. This is caused largely by societal pressures on women, holding them to higher standards of beauty. These standards are often too high, causing girls to have warped perceptions of themselves.. Body Dissatisfaction. Body dissatisfaction starts at an age earlier than most people would expect. Almost 46 percent of American adolescents have negative perception of their bodies. This mindset can persist until theyre 30. Eating disorders arent the only consequence of a negative body image. The risk for poor mental health, obesity, and other serious problems also increase.. This is why its ...
Objective The subjective feeling of loss of control (LOC) over eating is common among eating disordered individuals and has predicted weight gain in past research. for weight gain. LOC was assessed using an abbreviated version of the Eating Disorders Examination interview. LOC was assessed at baseline 6 weeks and 6 12 and 24 months follow-ups. Results Among those exhibiting LOC eating at baseline (and controlling for baseline depression restrained eating and Sotrastaurin (AEB071) body image dissatisfaction) those scoring higher on the PFS Sotrastaurin (AEB071) at baseline showed a smaller reduction in LOC frequency over time relative to those scoring lower. Using the same covariates Sotrastaurin (AEB071) the PFS predicted the first emergence of LOC over two years among those showing no LOC at baseline. Conclusions These results suggest that powerful hedonic attraction to palatable foods may represent a risk factor for the maintenance of LOC in those initially experiencing it and the emergence of ...
Most of us have some minor dissatisfaction with the way we look. However, if you have answered yes to several of the above questions you may have poor body image or an eating disorder. When these concerns greatly impact our mood, life functioning, or intimacy in our relationships, it is time to seek help. I can help you understand the reasons behind your poor body image/eating disorder such as negative beliefs, media influences, family influences, interpersonal influences, or past abuse. Then we can work on ways to help you develop a healthy body image.. ...
Combined scores from the questionnaire provided a strong predictor of whether a pregnant woman would have a positive attachment to their unborn child or not. Low scores, suggested that these women may need additional emotional support during pregnancy and monitoring after birth for signs of postnatal depression. Dr Catherine Preston, an expert in body image from the University of Yorks Department of Psychology, said: "Our previous research has demonstrated that there is a relationship between how we perceive our bodies and our emotional state, but bodily experience is not systematically considered during pregnancy even though it is a time when dramatic bodily changes occur. "Women are under constant pressure about their appearance and during pregnancy and after birth is no exception. It is important therefore that pregnancy care is not just about the physical health of the mother and the health of the unborn child, but also about womens emotional wellbeing, which can give us a lot of important ...
While Karl Lagerfeld may whine that no-one wants to see curvy women on catwalks and Ralph Lauren photoshops models so they look like chupa-chups, Australians, especially young Australians, find themselves in the grips of a body image crisis.
Finding self-acceptance when you have a negative body image is hard to do if youre throwing a perpetual pity party for yourself. Learn here how to improve...
Kelly went on to admit that she struggled with body image, and found herself eating just 500 calories a day to remain thin.. "Soon there were diet pills and obsessive exercise, and I had reduced my calorie intake to 500 calories a day," Kelly revealed. "My heart was racing all day, my hair and skin were dry - but I was thin. And so unhappy. I was scared of gaining weight because of the insane standard this country holds its women to and because I was and remain afraid of dying in my 40s.". Kelly said that even in her 40s, she still has to work to maintain a positive body image.. "As an adult, Ive gotten healthier in my approach to eating, but I, like every woman I know, still wrestle with body image, and still cringe when I hear a person attacked for his or her weight," she admitted.. Kelly concluded the segment by imploring her viewers to believe that she would never encourage that kind of behavior toward another human being.. "Ive been thinking a lot about why I once encouraged it toward ...
We most often associate exercise with losing weight, toning muscles and sculpting the perfect set of six-pack abs. This is not the goal that this article is about. Moving your body, even if it is only in ten-minute increments, three times a day, will help how you perceive your body. - Exercise and Body Image - Body Image at BellaOnline
Background: The most common treatment for breast cancer is surgery, sometimes the entire breast is removed (mastectomy) and sometimes reconstruction is done. Mastectomy can have negative impact on women´s quality of life and body image. Objective: The aim was to explore how women that underwent mastectomy rate their quality of life and body image, and if a correlation exists between these. The aim was also to explore if differences exists in quality of life and body image, between women who underwent reconstruction after their mastectomy or not.. Methods: A quantitative cross-sectional study was used, surveys were sent out to 975 women in Uppsala, Gävle and Falun. The Life Satisfaction Questionnaire and Body Image Scale were used to measure quality of life and body image. Data were analyzed with descriptive statistics, Spearmans rank correlation and Mann-Whitney U-test.. Results: Median value for womens quality of life was 76.5 on a 0-100 scale, the higher value the higher quality of life. ...
Demi Lovato explained in an interview with Ashley Graham how she thought she was recovering from an eating disorder while really falling into it.
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This study used the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health to explore gender differences in the relationship between body perceptions and behavior and changes in adolescents psychological w
Freshmen students entering their first year of college are faced with stress and change, and possible changes in body weight and body image. A common and highly publicized notion among college students is the high risk of gaining the dreaded --Y΄Freshman 15 which refers to the potential for excessive weight gain during freshman year. The objective of this study was to longitudinally examine changes of body weight in relation to changes in body circumference measurements, body satisfaction, and appearance investment. The three-dimensional body scans provided non-contact, accurate body measurements of participants. Subjects included 26 females and 10 males. Each subject was measured for height, weight, and percent body fat using standard techniques at the beginning of fall and end of fall semester 2006, and at the end of spring semester 2007. Body Mass Index (BMI) was calculated from measurements. Subjects completed a questionnaire probing body image, which included body ...
Eating Disorders and the Media, 2009) Resources Kovar, A. (2009, April 30). Effects of media on body image. Retrieved from http://healthpsych.psy.vanderbilt.edu/2009/BodyImageMedia.htm Eating disorders statistics. (2013). Retrieved from http://www.anad.org/get-information/about-eating-disorders/eating-disorders-statistics/ Spettigue, W., & Hendersen, K. (2004, February 13). Ncbi. Retrieved from http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2533817/ Eating disorders and the media. (2009). Retrieved from http://www.teeneatingdisorders.us/content/eating-disorders-and-the-media. ...
The miniaturization of the current technology of storage media is hindered by fundamental limits of quantum mechanics. A new approach consists in using so-called spin-crossover molecules as the smallest possible storage unit. Similar to normal hard drives, these special molecules can save information via their magnetic state. A research team from Kiel University has now managed to successfully place a new class of spin-crossover molecules onto a surface and to improve the molecules storage capacity. The storage density of conventional hard drives could therefore theoretically be increased by more than one hundred fold. The study has been published in the scientific journal Nano Letters. ...
NK: I learned in the 6th grade that the girl everyone was in awe of thought she was beautiful and carried herself with a certain confidence that made us believe her. So we need to feel empowered by our bodies and our minds so that we carry ourselves in such a way …. that we tell everyone how beautiful we each are. That has nothing to do with models or celebs. No one can look like another person and for sure we know models and celebs are as insecure as we all are at times ...
I know they were teasing, however it set the stage for nearly two decades of obsessive compulsive eating disorders and negative body image.. At one point, I was even diagnosed with bulimia!.... I became crazy about counting calories... and could tell you how many calories were in pretty much anything.... I added it all up in my head, and got depressed at the end of the day if I ate more than I thought I "should" have.... Not surprisingly, I was hungry all the time and had constant cravings!.... I remember one sunny day here in Adelaide, Australia... I was all set for a night on the town with my girlfriends.... However, that afternoon I surrendered - once again - to my constant cravings. And I devoured an entire super-size chocolate bar in seconds.... I felt so disgusted with myself and ashamed that I actually cancelled my night out, making a feeble excuse to hide my shame and my body image problems from my friends.... And just as bad... I became addicted to exercise.... I thought maybe I could ...
I know they were teasing, however it set the stage for nearly two decades of obsessive compulsive eating disorders and negative body image.. At one point, I was even diagnosed with bulimia!.... I became crazy about counting calories... and could tell you how many calories were in pretty much anything.... I added it all up in my head, and got depressed at the end of the day if I ate more than I thought I "should" have.... Not surprisingly, I was hungry all the time and had constant cravings!.... I remember one sunny day here in Adelaide, Australia... I was all set for a night on the town with my girlfriends.... However, that afternoon I surrendered - once again - to my constant cravings. And I devoured an entire super-size chocolate bar in seconds.... I felt so disgusted with myself and ashamed that I actually cancelled my night out, making a feeble excuse to hide my shame and my body image problems from my friends.... And just as bad... I became addicted to exercise.... I thought maybe I could ...
Issues" and insecurities with body image in teens is not uncommon. I can honestly say, I am slightly insecure of my body image, but that just comes with the territory. Somehow, somewhere in our late elementary, and early teen ages, there is this "idea" of "perfect" bodies. The influence is everywhere, magazines, the internet, and TV. Young women are being objectified and capitalised, and adolescent girls are one of the market audiences. They may not be advertising "perfect" body image, but when that is all you see, it becomes the "ideal" body image, and adolescent girls start questioning their body image. There is a huge pressure in school that says if your not: Skinny, have long shiny hair, wear cool clothes, and date a football player, then you must not be a "cool" person. And somewhere along the lines, "skinny" became the "standard" that most girls thought they needed to be. With this, self esteem, and body image issues develop. Girls dont love themselves for who they are, or what they could ...
Welcome to the APS Psychology of Eating, Weight and Body Image Interest Group website. The PEWBIG website contains information about upcoming events, links to our newsletter and information about how to join the interest group. We also aim to actively promote members research so that we all remain up to date with the latest news and evidence-based practice.. The PEWBIG interest group aims to bring together people from a variety of health professions to share their knowledge about weight, eating and body image issues and to encourage peer networking and supervision. We are always looking for ways to meet the needs of our members and strongly encourage all members around Australia to take an active role in the development of this exciting and multidisciplinary group.. ...
Body schema is a concept used in several disciplines, including psychology, neuroscience, philosophy, sports medicine, and robotics. The neurologist Sir Henry Head originally defined it as a postural model of the body that actively organizes and modifies the impressions produced by incoming sensory impulses in such a way that the final sensation of [body] position, or of locality, rises into consciousness charged with a relation to something that has happened before. As a postural model that keeps track of limb position, it plays an important role in control of action. It involves aspects of both central (brain processes) and peripheral (sensory, proprioceptive) systems. Thus, a body schema can be considered the collection of processes that registers the posture of ones body parts in space. The schema is updated during body movement. This is typically a non-conscious process, and is used primarily for spatial organization of action. It is therefore a pragmatic representation of the bodys ...
I know its only so much consolation to you right now, but the older I get, the more I notice how much easier having a positive body image becomes. I know thats clearly not the case for all older women: after all, plenty of women my age and older are getting sliced, diced and Botoxed to within an inch of their lives. However, its also not just me. I often notice that women Im friends with also seem to have a good handle and perspective on their body image, despite the diversity of our bodies. Usually a much better one then they had when they were your age.
I know its only so much consolation to you right now, but the older I get, the more I notice how much easier having a positive body image becomes. I know thats clearly not the case for all older women: after all, plenty of women my age and older are getting sliced, diced and Botoxed to within an inch of their lives. However, its also not just me. I often notice that women Im friends with also seem to have a good handle and perspective on their body image, despite the diversity of our bodies. Usually a much better one then they had when they were your age.
Athletes face more pressure than non-athletes when it comes to developing a positive body image. Here are two ways athletes and body image can improve.
This free lesson resource from Media Smart is designed to get students aged 11 to 14 talking about body image and advertising, and exploring ways to develop positive body image. This brand new resource has just been awarded the PSHE Association Quality Mark.
By paying attention to the physical characteristics of humans who are exposed to different types of environments, as well as by looking into what types of environmental exposures that are required to produce different phenotypic traits, one can create a blueprint for building healthy, as well as good-looking, humans. Its important to recognize that theres a lot of overlap between the physical traits that we generally consider to be attractive and the traits that are strongly associated with health status. This isnt surprising, seeing as were evolutionary programmed to seek out healthy mates, in part because healthy mates are more likely to produce healthy offspring that manage to survive and reproduce. For example, strength and muscularity are typically considered attractive features. These features are also, to an extent, reflective of good health and physical robustness.. A person who is fairly knowledgeable about how the human body functions and how our physical appearance is affected by ...
After two years of study, the researchers found that social activities are worse in the case of cancer patients, as compared to others.. During the first year of diagnosis, the social functioning improves slowly. But, it remains extremely poor after 24 months of the diagnosis, as compared to the healthy population.. The researchers also analyzed various aspects of social functioning over a time span. They noticed that at least one in three cancer survivors participated in lesser social activities. Among these group, many patients were not receiving treatment, which had a negative effect on various aspects of their life. This enclosed concerns related to financial support, negative body image, work goals and relationships, as well as any future family planning.. In addition to this, it has been found that survivors had psychological hardships more than any physical symptoms. These patients have reported a high count of physical symptoms along with psychological distress.. The research study has ...
Barbie has been applauded for having a number of different jobs, had several wardrobes of clothing, drove cars and had dream houses. Barbies appearance caused the most controversy as criticism from her tiny waist and and enormous breasts. Some estimate if she was a real woman her measurements would be 36-18-38 and believe that she fosters false hopes and unrealistic dreams about negative body image ...
Ever wonder how a womans body changes when shes pregnant? Heres your cheatsheet, broken out by trimester, of all the changes that can happen to your body during your pregnancy.
Up to now, 106 infants have been born to Zika-contaminated moms, and the infants are underneath remark to find out whether or not their growth has been affected by the virus, the ministry mentioned. Medical prfgnancy use a handheld Doppler ultrasound machine, positioned on the pdegnancy stomach, to check for changee heartbeat within the fetus. As a result of they include a number of magnesium, dates can alleviate pain and aid you with swellings. In case you were to follow the old requirements youll for certain exceed the load gain tips but with the brand new standards weird body changes during early pregnancy is much simpler to perform. Tiredness during being pregnant will also be brought on by anaemia, which is mostly attributable to iron deficiency. Also, you need to make it your mission. A new palm-dimension, digital gadget known as ClearPlan Easy measures LH and estrogen ranges, and can signal ovulation as much as five days prematurely. After two surgeries and 36 cycle failures Im now 7 ...
Do you know about the changes that occur in your body during the 10th week of pregnancy? MomJunction tells you about the baby development, body changes and tips for this month.
It is common for young people to feel increasingly uncomfortable with their bodies as changes occur during adolescence. Low self-esteem occurs when expectations of how you want your body to look dont match up to reality. These types of feelings can lead to distorted thoughts and emotions about your bodies.. The four aspects of body image:. ...
Despite accumulated experimental evidence of the negative effects of exposure to media-idealized images, the degree to which body image, and eating related disturbances are caused by media...