|Selection Criteria||Inclusion Criteria||Exclusion Criteria|
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.
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.
Include parental / mother / father.
Article does not report specifically on parents.|
If teasing was from peers, teachers, healthcare workers, siblings.
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 Original Full Research Studies.||Non-original studies, book reviews, opinion pieces, non-peer reviewed journals, unpublished theses.|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.|
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.|