Body Morph Asessment 2.0
The Body Morph Assessment 2.0 (BMA 2.0). The BMA 2.0 utilizes a computer “morph” movie of a human body. The battery consists of several morph movies. These morph movies are distinguished between gender and race (i.e. White female, White male, Black female, Black male). The image of the human body that is utilized with each subject was an image that matches the subject’s race and gender. The reliability and the validity of the BMA 2.0 have been supported (Stewart et al., 2009). The BMA 2.0 measures very small increments of changes in body size estimation. The morph demonstrates the transformation of an exceptionally thin body into an obese body. There are a total of 100 increments between the two endpoints of the thin and obese bodies. It is computer-based and self-administered.
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Stewart, T. M., Allen, H. R., Han, H. & Williamson, D. A. The Development of the Body Morph Assessment Version 2.0 (BMA 2.0): Tests of Reliability and Validity. (2009). Body Image 6(2), 67-94.