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Table 1 Inclusion and Exclusion Criteria

From: Parental appearance teasing in adolescence and associations with eating problems: a systematic review

Selection Criteria Inclusion Criteria Exclusion Criteria
Population Adolescents as defined by the World Health Organisation (WHO), between 10 and 19 years of age.
Include teenagers, teens or youth.
Non-related adolescent/teen/youth articles.
If the weight, shape, eating teasing happens outside adolescence - younger than 10 or older than 19.
Intervention Teasing specific to appearance / weight / body image.
Appearance based teasing.
Weight based teasing.
Include verbal bullying.
Article not specifically reporting teasing or verbal bullying as a specific construct.
Not reporting appearance or weight-based teasing.
Context Parents.
Include parental / mother / father.
Article does not report specifically on parents.
If teasing was from peers, teachers, healthcare workers, siblings.
Outcome Disordered eating as an outcome or association.
Must include a validated measure of disordered eating.
Includes eating disorder psychopathology
Article does not report disordered eating as an outcome or association
Article does not include a standardized measure of disordered eating.
Study type Qualitative or Quantitative including case study designs, cross-sectional, longitudinal and randomized control trials. Original Full Research Studies. Non-original studies, book reviews, opinion pieces, non-peer reviewed journals, unpublished theses.
Language English and French Language Studies Non-English or French language studies.
Date range Studies from 1980 to present
1980 is when the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Third edition (DSM-III, 1952) first included Bulimia Nervosa and signified the modern era of eating disorders.
Being older that 1980.