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Table 3 Bivariate correlations between measures and descriptive statistics for study 1

From: Development and validation of makeup and sexualized clothing questionnaires

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
1. MUQ Unconfident           
2. MUQ Unease .536b          
3. SCQ Body Discomfort .234b .151b         
4. SCQ Pressure .256b .067 .349b        
5. Thin-ideal Stereotype .333b .131b .167b .245b       
6. Body Image Culture .322b .148b .456b .267b .352b      
7. Shape Concern .237b .129a .448b .236b .323b .539b     
8. Weight Concern .258b .142b .384b .214b .288b .527b .770b    
9. Body Part Satisfaction −.245b −.155b −.421b −.232b −.185b −.461b −.561b −.499b   
10. Body Surveillance .140b .229b .095 .134b .157b .103a .159b .146b .179b  
Mean 9.244 6.821 5.133 8.216 3.734 32.77 2.420 2.248 60.104 24.839
Standard Deviation 3.247 3.270 2.292 2.950 0.775 13.202 0.967 0.983 16.002 3.759
  1. N = 403. aCorrelation is significant at the 0.05 level (2-tailed). bCorrelation is significant at the 0.01 level (2-tailed). IBSSR – thin ideal internalization; BICS – belief that attaining thin ideal will improve life; Shape Concern – dissatisfaction with body shape; Weight Concern – dissatisfaction with weight; BPSSR – body part satisfaction; Body Surveillance – self-objectification