Predicting sexual victimization among Turkish college women using the investment model

Toplu, Ezgi
Sümer, Zeynep
White, Jacquelyn


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We examined the relationships between intimate partner violence (IPV), perfectionism, and eating disturbances, namely, excessive dieting and bulimia, in a sample of 149 Turkish female college students. Results of conducting hierarchical regression analyses indicated that IPV accounted for significant variance in both excessive dieting and bulimic symptoms. The inclusion of perfectionism was found to predict additional variance in eating disturbances, beyond IPV. Specifically, we found parental expectations ...
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E. Toplu, Z. Sümer, and J. White, “Predicting sexual victimization among Turkish college women using the investment model,” 2012, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: