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dc.creatorGalindo-Villalvazo, Rocío Elizeth-
dc.creatorEspinoza Gallardo, Ana Cristina-
dc.creatorBernal-Gómez, Samantha Josefina-
dc.creatorMartínez-Vázquez, Yadira Vianet-
dc.creatorMartínez-Moreno, Alma Gabriela-
dc.creatorZepeda-Salvador, Ana Patricia-
dc.descriptionThe COVID-19 pandemic and the measures implemented to prevent its spread have generated a new socio-family context, with relevant implications and limitations in the social, family, emotional and economic interactions. It has been observed that the presence of factors such as fear of contagion, anxiety, stress, increased use of the internet and social networks, body dissatisfaction, and anguish, among others, have generated a negative psychological impact and could be associated with the appearance of eating disorders in vulnerable populations, including college students. The objective of this research was to determine the prevalence of Eating Disorders (EDs) risk in undergraduate students of Centro Universitario del Sur (CUSur), Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexico and to compare the results of phase 1 (2018, pre-lockdown) and phase 2 (2021, under lockdown situation due to the COVID-19 pandemic). This was a quantitative research, based on a descriptive and comparative study, with a non-experimental design and a total sample of 196 participants (98 for each phase). The Eating Attitudes Test (EAT-40) was applied and provided sociodemographic data in phase 1, while in phase 2 an online questionnaire was applied using Google Forms. Statistically significant differences were observed between the risk of EDs or non-specified EDs and the study phase; with a percentage difference of 4.1% greater risk of EDs and 10.2% greater risk of non-specified EDs with respect to the prevalence of risk observed in phase 1.en-US
dc.descriptionLa pandemia por COVID-19 y las medidas implementadas para evitar su propagación han generado un nuevo contexto socio familiar, con implicaciones y limitaciones relevantes en la interacción social, familiar, emocional y económica. Se ha observado que la presencia de factores como miedo al contagio, ansiedad, estrés, aumento en el uso de internet y redes sociales, insatisfacción corporal, angustia, entre otros, han generado un impacto psicológico negativo y podrían estar asociados con la aparición de trastornos de la conducta alimentaria (TCA) en poblaciones vulnerables, entre ellas la población universitaria. Esta investigación tuvo por objetivo determinar la prevalencia de riesgo de padecer TCA en alumnos de licenciatura del Centro Universitario del Sur (CUSur) de la Universidad de Guadalajara, México y comparar los resultados de la fase 1 (2018, pre confinamiento) y de la fase 2 (2021, situación de confinamiento por la pandemia de COVID-19).  Se realizó una investigación cuantitativa, mediante un estudio comparativo y descriptivo, con 196 participantes (98 en cada fase). Se aplicó el Test de Actitudes Alimentarias (EAT-40), de manera presencial para la fase 1 y digital para la fase 2. Se observaron diferencias estadísticamente significativas entre el riesgo de TCA o TCANE y la fase de estudio; con una diferencia porcentual del 4.1% mayor en el riesgo de TCA y 10.2% mayor en el riesgo de TCANE con respecto a la prevalencia de riesgo observada en la fase
dc.publisherUniversidad de Guadalajaraes-ES
dc.rightsDerechos de autor 2023 Universidad de Guadalajaraes-ES
dc.sourceJournal of Behavior and Feeding; Year 3, Number 5, July-December 2023; 30-37en-US
dc.sourceJournal of Behavior and Feeding; Año 3, Núm. 5 (2023); 30-37es-ES
dc.titleComparison of the risk of eating disorders in students before and during the confinement by COVID-19en-US
dc.titleComparación del riesgo de TCA en estudiantes antes y durante el confinamiento por COVID-19es-ES
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