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A. Annexe, Courbes de corpulence et interprétations de l'IMC des enfants

. _____-l', obésité survient souvent lorsque la nourriture est utilisée comme un moyen de compenser un manque d'amour ou d'attention

, Dans de nombreux cas, l'obésité est le résultat d'un trouble biologique

, Généralement, l'obésité est causée par de la gloutonnerie

, En n'effectuant pas assez d'exercices, la plupart des personnes obèses sont à l'origine de leur problème

, La plupart des personnes obèses mangent plus que les personnes non-obèses

, L'obésité est rarement causée par un manque de volonté

, Certaines personnes peuvent devenir dépendantes à la nourriture comme certaines le sont aux drogues, et elles deviennent généralement obèses

D. , ci-dessous) correspondant à votre sexe, veuillez, s'il vous plaît

D. , ci-dessous) correspondant à votre sexe, veuillez, s'il vous plaît, de la silhouette à laquelle vous aimeriez ressembler: Échelle pour les femmes: Échelle pour le hommes: Merci de votre participation

. §-echelle-d'urgence, , p.321

, Auto-questionnaire de mesure d'état de santé, vol.36, p.323

. Ssi-«-quand-vous-mangez-en and . Public, Au niveau des stratégies pour faire face à la stigmatisation : Q3 du CRI concernant l'évitement du miroir : la participante s'exclame « Ah OUI !!! » Q12 du CRI « Je déprime et m'isole », la patiente affirme « Et oui, malheureusement » Q18 du CRI « Je m'aime, même quand il semble que d'autres personnes ne m'aiment pas. », la patiente répond « Non, je ne m'aime plus ». Q41 du CRI « Je me dis que c'est de ma faute si je suis gros(se). », la patiente affirme « Oui, mais il y a aussi le contexte : stress, idées noires, maladie. » Q42 du CRI « Je me dis "C'est ce que je suis à l

L. , mes parents aussi, je pense qu'il y a une question de génétique quand même.» Sinon la participante associe sa perte de poids au décès de sa mère ainsi qu'aux problèmes avec sa soeur suite à cela

. P65-q15 and . Ssi, Être la seule personne corpulente ou la personne la plus corpulente lors d'une réunion de famille. », la patiente répond que « Oui, mais pas forcément stigmatisant

S. Q16-du, Un médecin qui vous dit que votre poids est un problème de santé, même quand vous êtes en bonne santé. », la patiente commente « C'est plutôt l'inverse, c'est quand il y a eu des problèmes physiques que la question du poids a été pointée

, Au niveau du tableau des « sources potentielles de stigmatisation relative au poids » la patiente a rajouté la catégorie « Moi

L. Jeune and . Patiente-indique-qu'elle-n'était-pas-ronde, A cette époque c'était plutôt elle qui complexait. Maintenant qu'elle est vraiment en surpoids, elle n'a pas trop vécu de situations stigmatisantes. Les seules, ce sont plus avec des personnes qui travaillent dans l'esthétique, par exemple sa collègue et sa chef mais « ce ne sont pas des personnes intéressantes donc je ne m

.. ». Cri-«-je-déprime-et-je-m'isole, P66 Pour la Q16 du SSI : « Un médecin qui vous dit que votre poids est un problème de santé, même quand vous êtes en bonne santé. », la patiente commente « Ce n'est pas compliqué pour les médecins tous les problèmes de santé viennent du surpoids. » « Je suis embêtée pour répondre à la question sur les restrictions alimentaires, moi j'ai tellement fait de régimes yoyo où tu perds et tu reprends tout après? Mais j'ai tout le temps faim, si je ne mange pas, si je saute un repas

, Il y a juste eu une fois mais c'était plutôt dirigé vers ma fille qui est plus forte que moi. Du coup, elle lui est tombée dessus. » La patiente explique, « Ce n'est pas des réflexions directes, c'est plus subtile mais on le sent : « ah c, Concernant, les remarques désobligeantes, la patiente affirme « Pas vraiment, à part dans ma famille mais ce n'est pas méchant

S. Concernant-le, ». , «. En-remplissant-le, S. , L. Patiente-commente-«-heureusement et al., Ce dernier, lui a dit « Avez-vous vu des gros dans les camps de concentration ? » Un peu plus loin dans la complétion du SSI, elle ajoute : « Je ne suis pas une bonne cliente pour vous, peut-être que c'est arrivé dans mon dos? Surement d'ailleurs pour les collègues mais pas en face. ». Concernant la Q28 du SSI : « Avoir des gens qui supposent que si vous êtes en surpoids c'est parce que vous mangez trop ou que vous vous empiffrez. », la patiente affirme « Bien sûr c'est un classique, enfin, moi c'est vrai, il ne faut pas cracher dans la soupe, Concernant la Q29 du SSI : « Avoir des gens qui supposent que vous êtes en surpoids parce que vous avez des problèmes émotionnels. », elle commente « Oh oui ! Mais les gens ne sont pas assez intelligents pour penser que cela est lié

, Concernant les questions sur les vêtements et la ceinture dans les transports non adaptés, la patiente affirme « ça c'est vrai, c'est galère ! » ? Pour le CRI : Q29 : « Je me rappelle que je n'ai rien fait de mal, que ce n'est pas de ma faute si j'ai cette corpulence. », la patiente commente : « Je n'ai rien fait de mal, ça c'est sur, mais on m'a fait du mal, cela peut peut-être expliquer mes problèmes de poids.» Q51 : « Si quelqu'un me regarde fixement, je le regarde fixement en retour. », la patiente explique « Je ne vais pas lui dire « qu'est-ce que vous avez à me regarder fixement ? », avec une amie Annexe U : Affiches publicitaires présentées aux participants en fonction de leur condition expérimentale

, Veuillez, s'il vous plaît, regarder attentivement chacune des images ci-dessous: Selon vous, quel est le message véhiculé par l'ensemble de ces images ? Pour vous, laquelle de ces images illustre le plus ce message ?

, § Condition menace du stéréotype : -Solutions

, § Condition non menace du stéréotype : -Solutions

, Il manque une fleur rose sur le tableau

D. Le-sucre,

, Il manque la poignée de la luge

, Il manque une part de gâteau sur la table

. Il and . Cadeau,

, Ainsi, nous pouvons conclure que globalement les participants préfèrent la catégorie « obésité » pour la silhouette 1 (?²=447.7, ddl=2), la catégorie « surpoids » pour les silhouettes 2 (?²=376.2, ddl=3) et 3 (?²=552, ddl=3), la catégorie « poids moyen, Il manque un cadeau jaune sur les trois étant très significatives, nous pouvons rejeter l'hypothèse nulle d'équivalence de ces catégories pour chacune des figures présentées

, Pour chacune des silhouettes, l'hypothèse nulle d'une équivalence des catégories de poids est là encore rejetée. Par conséquent, nous pouvons affirmer que dans l'ensemble les participants interrogés préfèrent la catégorie « obésité » pour la silhouette 1 (?²=226.7, ddl=2), la catégorie « surpoids » pour les silhouettes 2 (?²=453.8, ddl=3) et 3 (?²=450, ddl=3), la catégorie « poids moyen, L'ensemble des ?² de conformité effectués sur les silhouettes de l'échelle masculine présentent également tous une significativité p inférieure à 0,001

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, Annexe PP : Tâche de complétion utilisée dans l'Étude 6

, Voici la version 1, dans la version 2 et 3, les mots étaient les mêmes mais l'ordre différait

, Ci-dessous se trouve une liste de mots incomplets