Jasmine Fardouly
Jasmine Fardouly
Research Fellow, Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University
Verified email at mq.edu.au - Homepage
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Social comparisons on social media: The impact of Facebook on young women's body image concerns and mood
J Fardouly, PC Diedrichs, LR Vartanian, E Halliwell
Body image 13, 38-45, 2015
Negative comparisons about one's appearance mediate the relationship between Facebook usage and body image concerns
J Fardouly, LR Vartanian
Body image 12, 82-88, 2015
Social media and body image concerns: Current research and future directions
J Fardouly, LR Vartanian
Current opinion in psychology 9, 1-5, 2016
The impact of appearance comparisons made through social media, traditional media, and in person in women’s everyday lives
J Fardouly, RT Pinkus, LR Vartanian
Body image 20, 31-39, 2017
Instagram use and young women’s body image concerns and self-objectification: Testing mediational pathways
J Fardouly, BK Willburger, LR Vartanian
New Media & Society 20 (4), 1380-1395, 2018
The mediating role of appearance comparisons in the relationship between media usage and self-objectification in young women
J Fardouly, PC Diedrichs, LR Vartanian, E Halliwell
Psychology of Women Quarterly 39 (4), 447-457, 2015
Changes in weight bias following weight loss: the impact of weight-loss method
J Fardouly, LR Vartanian
International Journal of Obesity 36 (2), 314-319, 2012
The stigma of obesity surgery: negative evaluations based on weight loss history
LR Vartanian, J Fardouly
Obesity Surgery 23 (10), 1545-1550, 2013
# BoPo on Instagram: An experimental investigation of the effects of viewing body positive content on young women’s mood and body image
R Cohen, J Fardouly, T Newton-John, A Slater
New Media & Society 21 (7), 1546-1564, 2019
Reducing the stigma of bariatric surgery: benefits of providing information about necessary lifestyle changes
LR Vartanian, J Fardouly
Obesity 22 (5), 1233-1237, 2014
Social media is not real life: The effect of attaching disclaimer-type labels to idealized social media images on women’s body image and mood
J Fardouly, E Holland
New Media & Society 20 (11), 4311-4328, 2018
The impact of no-makeup selfies on young women’s body image
J Fardouly, RM Rapee
Body image 28, 128-134, 2019
Parental control of the time preadolescents spend on social media: Links with preadolescents’ social media appearance comparisons and mental health
J Fardouly, NR Magson, CJ Johnco, EL Oar, RM Rapee
Journal of youth and adolescence 47 (7), 1456-1468, 2018
The influence of maternal modeling on body image concerns and eating disturbances in preadolescent girls
CM Handford, RM Rapee, J Fardouly
Behaviour research and therapy 100, 17-23, 2018
The effect of exposure to parodies of thin-ideal images on young women’s body image and mood
A Slater, N Cole, J Fardouly
Body image 29, 82-89, 2019
# malefitspo: Links between viewing fitspiration posts, muscular-ideal internalisation, appearance comparisons, body satisfaction, and exercise motivation in men
SJ Fatt, J Fardouly, RM Rapee
New Media & Society 21 (6), 1311-1325, 2019
Selfie-viewing and facial dissatisfaction among Chinese adolescents: A moderated mediation model of general attractiveness internalization and body appreciation
Y Wang, J Fardouly, LR Vartanian, L Lei
Body image 30, 35-43, 2019
Adolescent development and risk for the onset of social-emotional disorders: A review and conceptual model
RM Rapee, EL Oar, CJ Johnco, MK Forbes, J Fardouly, NR Magson, ...
Behaviour research and therapy, 103501, 2019
The longitudinal and reciprocal relationships between selfie-related behaviors and self-objectification and appearance concerns among adolescents
Y Wang, X Xie, J Fardouly, LR Vartanian, L Lei
New Media & Society, 1461444819894346, 2019
The preteen perfectionist: An evaluation of the perfectionism social disconnection model
NR Magson, EL Oar, J Fardouly, CJ Johnco, RM Rapee
Child Psychiatry & Human Development 50 (6), 960-974, 2019
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