Trent A. Petrie

Counseling Psychology University of North Texas, Denton, TX, United States 
Social Psychology, Counseling Psychology, Recreation
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Voelker DK, Petrie TA, Huang Q, et al. (2019) Bodies in Motion: An empirical evaluation of a program to support positive body image in female collegiate athletes. Body Image. 28: 149-158
Tackett BP, Petrie TA, Anderson CM. (2016) The frequency of weigh-ins, weight intentionality and management, and eating among female collegiate athletes. Eating Behaviors. 23: 82-85
Yeatts PE, Martin SB, Petrie TA, et al. (2016) Weight Control Behavior as an Indicator of Adolescent Psychological Well-Being. The Journal of School Health. 86: 561-7
Sheinbein ST, Petrie TA, Martin S, et al. (2016) Psychosocial Mediators of the Fitness-Depression Relationship within Adolescents. Journal of Physical Activity & Health
Plateau CR, Petrie TA, Papathomas A. (2016) Learning to eat again: Intuitive eating practices among retired female collegiate athletes Eating Disorders. 1-7
Voelker DK, Petrie TA, Neumann CS, et al. (2016) Psychosocial factors as longitudinal predictors of bulimic symptomatology among female collegiate athletes Psychology of Sport and Exercise. 26: 123-129
Strubel J, Petrie TA. (2016) The clothes make the man: The relation of sociocultural factors and sexual orientation to appearance and product involvement Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services. 33: 1-7
Strübel J, Petrie TA. (2016) ‘Bout Time! Renegotiating the Body in Roller Derby Sex Roles. 74: 347-360
Carrigan KW, Petrie TA, Anderson CM. (2015) To Weigh or Not to Weigh? Relation to Disordered Eating Attitudes and Behaviors Among Female Collegiate Athletes. Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology. 37: 659-65
Greenleaf C, Petrie TA, Martin SB. (2015) Biopsychosocial correlates of dietary intent in middle school girls. Eating Behaviors. 18: 143-146
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