Name: Team Image Behavior Data
Abstract: The pressure to be thin and perceived as feminine has the potential to create anxiety in female athletes about their appearance. This anxiety in turn could contribute to athletes engaging in dietary and exercise behaviors that may be unhealthy and detrimental to their athletic performance. It was therefore the purpose of this study to gain a better understanding of the factors, or combination of factors, that lead to risky eating and exercise behavior in female athletes.
The sample for this study was
female college students between the ages of 18-23 who participated in
intercollegiate team sports at National Collegiate Athletic Association
Division III institutions in the
Variables (column): See the PASW “Variable View” for a complete list of values and labels.
Possible Uses: Binary Logistic Regression
References: Professor Leigh Sears