Categories presented in the pIAT included underweight models or normal-weight models and positive words or negative words [32, 33]. Presented stimuli comprised five pictures of underweight vs. normal-weight models, and five words with a positive valence (e.g., “happy”) vs. words with a negative valence (e.g. “awful”). For example, a faster categorization of a picture of an underweight model into the category underweight when combined with the category positive words (as compared to the opposite pairing) would be interpreted as implicit FP. Comparable with psychometrics of previous studies [44], the pIAT obtained an internal consistency of r = .62 (p < .001).

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