Abstract
Present study compared disturbed eating attitudes among male and female university students. For which it was postulated that female university students would have more disturbed eating attitudes as compare to male students. For that reason 200 males and 200 female university students from various universities of Karachi were incorporated in the study. Their age ranged from 19 to 25. Participants after verbal and written covenant from the heads of their institution were asked to fill the respondents’ profile form to gather the participant’s demographic information, followed by Eating Attitude Test (EAT-26) which was used to know ones disturbed eating ways. For statistical evaluation t-test was applied, which specified that male university students experience more disturbed eating attitudes compare to female learners. This clears that distressed eating attempts are not limited to females, but is now affecting males as well. Thus to avert its budding prevalence, teaching institutions should supervise its amassed risks in their students and stimulate them to healthy lines of eating.

Nida, Saima Masoom Ali. (2018) DISTURBED EATING ATTITUDES AMONG MALE AND FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, Journal of Social Science and Humanities, Volume 57, Issue 1.
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