Position/s

Academic Staff
School of Psychology

Qualifications

B.A., Ph.D. (Adelaide)

Research interests

My major area of research interest is in the field of body image.  Specific topics include gender differences in body dissatisfaction; media effects; dieting, food craving and cognition; body image across the life span; the sexualisation of girls; and the stereotyping of the fat.  I am also broadly interested in all aspects of women's health.

Supervisory interests

  • Body image
  • Body image, effects of media
  • Men's body image

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor : Parental feeding style (1) ; Body image (3) ; Coaching (1) ;

Associate supervisor : Forgiveness (1) ; Eating disorders (1) ; Post-natal depression (1) ; Breast reconstruction (1) ;

Completion

Principal supervisor : Body image (7) ; Academic attributions (1) ;

Publications

  • Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2013). Imagery and cravings. In S Lacey & R Lawson, ed. Multisensory Imagery. New York, USA: Springer, pp. 385-396.
    [10.1007/978-1-4614-5879-1_20]
  • Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2013). Interference with concurrent tasks. In Principles of Addiction: Comprehensive Addictive Behaviors and Disorders. San Diego, USA: Academic Press, pp. 467-471.
    [10.1016/B978-0-12-398336-7.00048-6]
  • Tiggemann, M. (2013). Teens, pre-teens, and body image. In EL Zurbriggen & T-A Roberts, ed. The sexualization of girls and girlhood: Causes, consequences and resistance. New York, USA: Oxford University Press, pp. 197-212.
    [Web Link]
  • Tiggemann, M. (2012). Sociocultural perspectives on body image. In TF Cash, ed. Encyclopedia of body image and human appearance. London, UK: Academic Press, pp. 758-765.
    [10.1016/B978-0-12-384925-0.00120-6]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slevec, J. (2012). Appearance in adulthood. In N Rumsey & D Harcourt, ed. The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Appearance. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 142-159.
    [Web Link]
  • Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2011). Visual processing, food cravings and weight-loss dieters. In V.R. Preedy, R. R. Watson, & C.R. Martin (Eds.), ed. Handbook of Behavior, Food and Nutrition. New York: Springer, pp. 1261-1272.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2011). Mental health risks of objectification: A review of the empirical evidence for disordered eating, depressed mood, and sexual dysfunction. In R. M. Calogero, S. Tantleff-Dunn & J. K. Thompson, ed. Self-objectification in women: Causes, consequences and counteractions. Washington, DC, USA: American Psychological Association, pp. 139-159.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2011). Sociocultural perspectives on human appearance and body image. In T. F. Cash & L. Smolak, ed. Body Image: A handbook of science, practice, and prevention. 2nd ed. New York, USA: Guilford Press, pp. 12-19.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2002). Media influence on body image development. In Body Image: A Handbook of Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice. New York, USA: Guilford Press, pp. 91-98.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2002). Media influences on body image development. In Body Image: A Handbook of Theory, Research, and Clinical Practice. Epping, Australia: AUMLA, pp. 91-98.
  • Andrew, R., Tiggemann, M. and Clark, L. (2014). Is positive body image more than just a lack of body dissatisfaction? Predictors and health-related outcomes in young women. Appearance Matters 6. Bristol, UK. Jul 2014.
  • Kakoschke, N.L., Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Impulsivity moderates the relationship between cognitive bias and unhealthy eating. 41st Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Apr 2014.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M. and Elford, J. (2014). Stability of attentional bias modification effects on consumption over time. 41st Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Kemps, E.B., Tiggemann, M. and Elford, J. (2014). Stability of attentional bias modification effects on consumption over time. 41st Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Apr 2014.
  • Tiggemann, M., Coutts, E. and Clark, L. (2014). Belly dance: An embodying activity associated with positive body image? Appearance Matters 6. Bristol, UK. Jul 2014.
  • Schumacher, S., Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Modifying approach biases for chocolate. 41st Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Apr 2014.
  • Sharp, G.V. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Predictors of consideration of labiaplasty: An extension of the sociocultural model of influence. In D. Veale (Chair), Genital body image and surgery in men and women. Symposium conducted at the Appearance Matters 6 Conference: Bristol, UK.
  • Slater, A. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Little girls in a grown up world? Sources of sexualisation, sexualisation awareness and body image in 6-9 yar old girls. Appearance Matters 6. Bristol, UK. Jul 2014.
  • Tiggemann, M., Coutts, E. and Clark, L. (2014). Belly dance as an embodying activity associated with positive body image? International Congress of Applied Psychology. Paris, France. Jul 2014.
  • Oliver, S., Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Attentional bias modification of sweet food cues. 41st Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Apr 2014.
  • Boots, S., Tiggemann, M., Corsini, N. and Mattiske, J. (2013). The use of real life scenarios as a means of assessing maternal feeding behaviours. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Melbourne, Australia. Oct 2013.
  • Andrew, R., Tiggemann, M. and Clark, L. (2013). Self-compassion and positive body image: A role for social comparison. Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Melbourne. Aug 2013.
  • Bury, B., Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2013). Reality check: Where women look when viewing fashion magazine advertisements with disclaimer labels. Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Melbourne. Aug 2013.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2013). Facebook friendly?: The Internet, body image, and dieting among pre-teenage girls. The International Conference on Eating Disorders. Montreal, Canada. May 2013.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2013). Sociocultural influences on body image discontent and stigma. Australian and New Zealand Obesity Society Conference. Melbourne, Australia. Oct 2013.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Orr, J. and Grear, J. (2013). Attentional bias modification reduces food cravings and consumption. 7th World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Lima, Peru. Jul 2013.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M. and Hollitt, S. (2013). Experimental manipulation of attentional bias for food cues in obese adults. 10th meeting of the Society for Applied research in Memory and Cognition. Rotterdam, Netherlands. Jun 2013.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M. and Hollitt, S. (2013). Attentional bias re-training of food cues in obese women. Montreal, Canada. International Conference on Eating Disorders. May 2013.
  • Kakoschke, N., Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2013). Attentional bias modification encourages consumption of healthy food. 40th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Apr 2013.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M. and Hollitt, S. (2013). Attentional bias modification for food cues in obese individuals. 40th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Apr 2013.
  • Slater, A. and Tiggemann, M. (2012). Always connected: Internet use and body image in adolescent girls. In Appearance matters 5 Conference, Bristol, UK. Appearance Matters 5 Conference, Bristol, UK.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Martin, R. and Elliot, M. (2012). Craving-related motivational tendencies for food. 39th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Sydney, Australia. Apr 2012.
  • Bury, B., Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2012). Reality check: Effects of magazine advertisement warning labels on women's body dissatisfaction. In 10th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference, Adelaide, Australia. 10th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Adelaide, Australia. Aug 2012.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2012). NetTweens: The Internet and body image concerns in pre-adolescent girls. In Appearance Matters 5 Conference, Bristol, UK. Appearance Matters 5 Conference. Bristol, UK. Apr 2012.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2012). Objectification theory: Of relevance to eating disorder researchers and clinicians? In 10th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders, Adelaide, Australia. 10th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders. Adelaide, Australia. Aug 2012.
  • Tiggemann, M., Slater, A., Bury, B., Hawkins, K. and Firth, B. (2012). Reality check: An experimental investigation of the addition of disclaimer labels to fashion magazine advertisements on women's social comparison and body dissatisfaction. In Eating Disorders Research Society Meeting, Porto, Portugal. Eating Disorders Research Society Meeting. Porto, Portugal. Sep 2012.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Orr, J. and Gleadle, F. (2011). Attentional bias re-training of craving-related food cues. 9th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, USA. Jun 2011.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Orr, J. and Gleadle, F. (2011). Attentional bias modification for craving-related food cues. 13th Winter Conference of the Dutch Psychonomics Society. Egmond aan Zee, The Netherlands. Dec 2011.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Orr, J. and Gleadle, F. (2011). Experimental manipulation of attentional biases for craving-related food cues. 38th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference, Auckland, New Zealand. Auckland, New Zealand. Apr 2011.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Kemps, E. (2011). Olfactory stimulation reduces food cravings. 9th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. New York, USA. Jun 2011.
  • Slater, A. and Tiggemann, M. (2011). Internet use and body dissatisfaction and drive for thinness in pre-adolescent and adolescent girls. In 9th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders, Sydney, Australia. 9th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders. Sydney, Australia.
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2011). Wedding-related weight change: Are brides an "at risk" sample for disordered eating? In 9th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders, Sydney, Australia. 9th Annual Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders. Sydney, Australia. Aug 2012.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2010). The Internet: A "new" source of thin ideals and weight concerns. In ANZ Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. ANZ Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Auckland, New Zealand. Aug 2010.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2010). The Internet and adolescent girls' drive for thinness. In ANZ Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. ANZ Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Auckland, New Zealand. Aug 2010.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2010). Gender, objectification and embodiment as neglected social constructs in the prevention of disordered eating. In International Conference on Eating Disorders. International Conference on Eating Disorders. Salzburg, Austria. Jun 2010.
  • Quigg, S., Tiggemann, M. and Kemps, E.B. (2010). Implicit and explicit influence of music television on body image and the mitigating effects of a media intervention. 1st Body Image Conference and International Body Image Symposium. Sao Paulo, Brazil. Aug 2011.
  • Kemps, E.B., Tiggemann, M., Wilson, A. and Hollitt, S.J. (2010). Effects of media exposure on implicit cognitive processing of food cues. 37th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Melbourne, Australia. Apr 2010.
  • Kemps, E.B., Hollitt, S.J., Tiggemann, M., Smeets, E. and Mills, J.S. (2010). Cognitive mechanisms underlying attentional bias for food cues in dietary restraint. International Conference on Eating disorders. Salzburg, Australia. Jun 2010.
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2009). A longitudinal examination of self-objectification in new fitness centre members. In 7th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. 7th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Brisbane, QLD. Aug 2009.
    [Web Link]
  • Mills, J.S., Tiggemann, M., Gee, B. and Hollitt, S.J. (2009). Effects of visual weight-related feedback using modified digital photographs on body disstisfaction and mood. In International Conference on Eating Disorders. International Conference on Eating Disorders. Cancun, Mexico. Apr 2009.
  • Mills, J.S., Tiggemann, M., Gee, B. and Hollitt, S.J. (2009). Effects of visual weight-related feedback using modified digital photographs on body dissatisfaction and mood. In International conference on eating disorders : cultivating global perspectives. International Conference on Eating Disorders. Cancun, Mexico. Apr 2009, pp. 39-39.
  • Kemps, E.B., Tiggemann, M. and Parnell, J.H. (2009). Food cravings selectively interfere with visuo-spatial working memory. In Experimental Psychology Conference 2009. Experimental Psychology Conference 2009. Woollongong, New South Wales. Apr 2009.
  • Kemps, E.B., Tiggemann, M. and Parnell, J.H. (2009). Food cravings selectively disrupt visuo-spatial task performance. In 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 8th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. Kyoto, Japan. Jul 2009.
  • Kemps, E.B., Hollitt, S.J., Tiggemann, M., Smeets, E. and Mills, J.S. (2009). Speeded detection and cognitive avoidance of food cues in restrained eaters. In 44th Australian psychological society annual conference book. 44th Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference. Darwin, Australia. Sep 2009.
  • Provencher, V., Polivy, J., Tiggemann, M. and Herman, C.P. (2009). The "Dieter Identity": Can dieting be used as a pseudo-identity in restrained eaters? In 8th International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference. 8th International Society for Behavioural Nutrition and Physical Activity Conference. Libson, Portugal. Aug 2009.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Kemps, E.B. (2009). Chocolate and coffee: Imagery reduction of food craving. In 7th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. 7th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders Conference. Brisbane, Australia. Aug 2009.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Kemps, E.B. (2009). Chocolate and coffee : imagery reduction of food craving. In International Conference on Eating Disorders. International Conference on Eating Disorders. Cancun, Mexico. Apr 2009.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2009). A casual role for mass media in girls' body image? A review of research. In 16th Biennial AHDA Conference. 16th Biennial AHDA Conference. Adelaide, South Australia. Jul 2009.
  • Smeets, E., Tiggemann, M., Kemps, E.B., Mills, J.S., Roefs, A. and Jansen, A. (2009). Body checking induces an attentional bias for body-related cues. In International Conference on Eating Disorders. International Conference on Eating Disorders. Cancun, Mexico. Apr 2009.
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2008). A cognitive-experimental approach to reducing food cravings and modifying eating behaviour. In Abstracts of the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior. Appetite. 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior. Paris, France. Jul 2008, pp. 376-376.
    [10.1016/j.appet.2008.04.126]
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2008). Attentional bias toward craving-related food stimuli. In Abstracts of the 35th Australiasian Experimental Psychology Conference. London: Taylor and Francis. 35th Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Fremantle, Australia. Mar 2008, pp. 80-80.
    [10.1080/00049530802385541]
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2008). Mirrors within fitness centres: the relationship between physical environment and body image. In 3rd Appearance Matters Conference Program. 3rd Appearance Matters Conference. Bristol, England. Jul 2008.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2008). Media influence on body image: a review of the research. In Young People and Body Image Forum. Young People and Body Image Forum. Adelaide, SA. Nov 2008.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2008). The role of self-objectification in women's mental health. In 3rd International Congress on Women's Mental Health: Congress Program. 3rd International Congress on Women's Mental Health. Melbourne, Australia. Mar 2008, pp. 1.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2008). The role of the mass media in body image: What we know and what we don't know. In 3rd Appearance Matters Conference. 3rd Appearance Matters Conference. Bristol, England. Jul 2008.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2008). Media and body image: research findings and implications. In Proceedings of ICED 08. Intelliquest. International Conference on Eating Disorders. Seattle, USA. May 2008.
    [Web Link]
  • Tiggemann, M. (2008). The sociology of eating disorders: is body image to blame, and does the media play a role? In Butterfly: facilitating research into eating disorders forum. Butterfly: facilitating research into eating disorders forum. Sydney, NSW. Nov 2008.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Clark, L. (2007). Body image intervention program targeting appearance schemas and autonomy in 11-year-old children. In Looking to the Future: Clinical Developments in Eating Disorders - Program and Abstracts. Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand for Eating Disorders Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Aug 2007, pp. 11-11.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Clark, L. (2007). Sociocultural and individual psychological predictors of body image in 9 to 12 year old girls. In 15th Biennial AHDA Conference Program. Australasian Human Development Association. 15th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association. Sydney, NSW. Jul 2007, pp. 15-15.
  • Kemps, E.B., Tiggemann, M. and Grigg, M.A. (2007). Food cravings consume limited working memory capacity. In SARMAC VII: The Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. SARMAC. 7th Meeting of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. Lewiston, Maine, USA. Jul 2007.
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2007). The prevalence of eating disorder symptomology within fitness centres. In Looking to the Future: Clinical Developments in Eating Disorders - Program and Abstracts. Australia & New Zealand Academy for Eating Disorders. 5th Annual Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Aug 2007, pp. 14-14.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2007). Negative body image: Objectification of and dissatisfaction with women's bodies. In With the body in mind. Flinders Medical Centre: Arts in Health. Within the body in mind: Science Outside the Square and SALA public event. Adelaide, SA. Aug 2007.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2007). Objectification of and dissatisfaction with women's bodies. In With the Body in Mind: Science Outside the Square and SALA public event. With the Body in Mind: Science Outside the Square and SALA public event. Adelaide, SA. Aug 2007.
    [Web Link]
  • Tiggemann, M. (2007). Publication in Scholarly Journals. In AHDA 2007: 15th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association. AHDA Early Career Research Forum. Syndey, NSW. Jul 2007.
    [Web Link]
  • Tiggemann, M. (2007). The role of media exposure in body image: Cause or correlate? In Centre for Applied Psychological Research & Centre for Sleep Research Seminar Program. University of South Australia. Combined Centres Seminar. Adelaide, SA. Feb 2007.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2007). Wrinkles and Sagging: body image in adulthood. In 15th Biennial AHDA Conference Program. Australasian Human Development Association. 15th Biennial Conference of the Australasian Human Development Association 2007. Sydney, NSW. Jul 2007.
    [Web Link]
  • Dohnt, H.K. and Tiggemann, M. (2006). A prospective analysis of peer and media influences on the body dissatisfaction of young girls. In Academy for Eating Disorders: International Conference on Eating Disorders. Academy for Eating Disorders: International Conference on Eating Disorders. Barcelona, Spain. Jun 2006.
  • Dohnt, H.K. and Tiggemann, M. (2006). 'Shapesville' An evaulation of a resource designed to promote positive body image in young children. In Eating Disorder Research Society Annual Meeting 2006. Eating Disorder Research Society Annual Meeting 2006. Port Douglas, QLD. Aug 2006.
  • Clark, L.S. and Tiggemann, M. (2006). Appearance schematicity and body image in 9- to 12-year old girls. In Appearance Matters 2: Developing Theory and Practice. Appearance Matters 2: Developing Theory and Practice. Bath, UK. Jun 2006.
  • Hargreaves, D.A., Polivy, J., Tiggemann, M. and Quinto, L. (2006). Media influences on body image: positive versus negative effects. In 7th Annual Meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology. 7th Annual Meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology. Palm Springs, USA. Jan 2006.
  • Wade, T.D., Tiggemann, M., Bulik, C.M., Fairburn, C.G. and Martin, N.G. (2006). Shared personality risk factors for anorexia nervosa: A twin study. In Eating Disorder Research Society Annual Meeting 2006. Eating Disorder Research Society Annual Meeting 2006. Port Douglas, QLD. Aug 2006.
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2006). Impact of food craving on working memory performance. In 33rd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. 33rd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Brisbane, QLD. Apr 2006.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2006). What we know and don't know about media effect on body image. In Eating Disorder Research Society Annual Meeting 2006. Eating Disorder Research Society Annual Meeting 2006. Port Douglas, QLD. Aug 2006.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Kemps, E.B. (2006). Imagery components of food craving. In 4th International Conference on Memory. 4th International Conference on Memory. Sydney, NSW. Jul 2006.
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2006). Efficacy of working memory techniques to reduce food cravings. In 4th International Conference on Memory. 4th International Conference on Memory. Sydney, NSW. Jul 2006.
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). Imagery-based techniques suppress unwanted cravings for food. In Abstracts of the 2nd South Australian Clinical Psychology Conference. Adelaide, SA: Australian Psychological Society. 2nd South Australian Clinical Psychology Conference. Adelaide, SA. Jun 2005.
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). Concurrent visuo-spatial processing reduces food cravings. In Proceedings of the 6th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. Wellington, NZ: Society for Applied Research in Memory and Cognition. 6th Biennial Conference of the Society for Applied Reseach in. Wellington, NZ. Jan 2005.
  • Dohnt, H.K. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). A longitudinal examination of peer and media influences of young girls' body image concerns [Abstract] In Australian Journal of Psychology: 40th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Soceity. Carlton, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. Australian Psychological Society Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Sep 2005, pp. 201-201.
    [10.1080/00049530600940010]
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). Fitness centres: Do they do more than increase fitness? In Clinical Training Day: The Way Forward in the Treatment of Eating Disorders. ANZ Academy for Eating Disorders. 3rd Annual Conference ANZ Academy for Eating Disorders. Sydney, NSW. Aug 2005.
  • Steel, D., Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). The role of hunger in the experience and reduction of food cravings. In Proceedings of the 32nd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Melbourne, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. 32nd Australasian Experimental Psychology Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Apr 2005.
    [Web Link]
  • Slater, A.E. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). The influence of childhood and adolescent physical activity and media use on adult women's body image. In Australian Psychological Society National Conference. Australian Psychological Society National Conference. Melbourne, Australia. Sep 2005.
  • Clark, L.S. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Peer and media influences on body dissatisfaction in 9- to 12-year-old girls. In Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined abstracts of 2004 Australian Psychology Conferences. Carlton, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. 39th Conference for the Australian Psychological Society, pp. 169-169.
  • Dohnt, H.K. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Body dissatisfaction and dieting awareness in 5- to 8-year-old girls: the influence of peers. In Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined abstracts of 2004 Australian Psychology Conferences. Carlton, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. 39th Conference of APS, pp. 178-178.
  • Kemps, E.B. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Visuo-spatial processing: a new technique for suppressing food cravings [Abstract] In SA Clinical Psychology Conference: Innovations in Clinical Psychology Practice: Conference Abstracts. Adelaide, SASA Clinical Psychology Conference: Innovations in clinical psychology practice. Adelaide, SA, pp. 3-3.
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Body dissatisfaction and disordered eating in aerobic instructors and aerobic participants. In Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined abstracts of 2004 Australian Psychology Conferences. Carlton, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. 39th Conference of APS, pp. 216-216.
  • Slater, A.E. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Participation in sport and physical activity and disordered eating: It's not how much you do, but the type that matters. In Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders Conference. Australian and New Zealand Academy of Eating Disorders Conference. Sep 2004.
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). The impact of television advertising on adolescent body image: Parallel processes for girls and boys? (Abstract) In 32nd annual meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists in Australian journal of psychology. Carlton, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists. Melbourne, VIC. Apr 2003, pp. 45-45.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2003). Appearance and social comparison processing in response to music videos. In Australian Journal of Psychology. Carlton, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. 32nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Australasian Social Psychologists. Melbourne, VIC. Apr 2003, pp. 65-65.
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2002). The negative effect of television images on body dissatisfaction in young adolescents. In The shape of things to come: 3rd national body image conference. Melbourne, VIC: Deakin University Press. The Shape of Things To Come: 3rd National Body Image Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Sep 2002, pp. 70-75.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Lowes, J. (2002). Body dissatisfaction and understanding of dieting in young children. In The shape of things to come: 3rd national body image conference. Melbourne, VIC: Deaking University Press. The Shape of Things to Come: 3rd National Body Image Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Sep 2001, pp. 180-183.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Hargreaves, D.A. (2001). TV and Body Classification in Adolescent Growth. In Noble, W, ed. Australian Journal of Psychology. Victoria: The Australian Psychological Society Ltd. 36th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Adelaide, SA. Sep 2001.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Ruutel, E. (2001). Body Classification and Media Use in Estonian and Australian Young Adults. In Noble, W, ed. Australian Journal of Psychology. Victoria: The Australian Psychological Society Ltd. 36th Annual Conference of the Australian Psychological Society. Adelaide, SA. Sep 2001.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2001). Childrens Body Image: It Starts Sooner Than You Think. Virtually Healthy - Newsletter for Schools. 1(19)
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2005). Self-objectification, body image and reasons for exercise. In Mary Katsikitis, ed. Proceedings of the 40th APS Annual Conference. Melbourne, VIC: Australian Psychological Society. Past reflections, future directions: 40th APS Annual Conference. Melbourne, VIC. Sep 2005, pp. 253-257.
  • Bury, B., Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). Directing gaze: The effect of disclaimer labels on women's visual attention to fashion magazine advertisements. Body Image, 11 pp. 357-363.
  • Bury, B.L., Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). Directing gaze: The effect of disclaimer labels on women's visual attention to fashion magazine advertisements. Body Image, 11(4) pp. 357-363.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2014.06.004]
  • Tiggemann, M., Slater, A. and Smyth, V. (2014). 'Retouch free": The effect of labelling media images as not digitally altered on women's body dissatisfaction. Body Image, 11 pp. 85-88.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2013.08.005]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). NetTweens: The Internet and body image concerns in preteenage girls. JOURNAL OF EARLY ADOLESCENCE, 34(5)
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). Contemporary girlhood: Maternal reports on sexualized behaviour and appearance concern in 4-10 year old girls. Body Image, 11 pp. 396-403.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2014). The status of media effects on body image research: Commentary on articles in the themed issue on body image and media. MEDIA PSYCHOLOGY, 17 pp. 127-133.
  • Sharp, G.V., Tiggemann, M. and Mattiske, J. (2014). Predictors of consideration of labiaplasty: An extension of the Tripartite Influence Model of Beauty Ideals. Psychology of Women Quarterly, pp. 1-12.
    [10.1177/0361684314549949]
  • Sharp, G., Tiggemann, M. and Mattiske, J. (2014). The role of media and peer influences in Australian women's attitudes towards cosmetic surgery. Body Image, 11(4) pp. 482-487.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2014.07.009]
  • Prichard, I.J., Polivy, J., Provencher, V., Herman, C., Tiggemann, M. and Cloutier, K. (2014). Brides and young couples: Partners' weight, weight change, and perceptions of attractiveness. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS,
    [10.1177/0265407514529068]
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Wedding-related weight change: The ups and downs of love. Body Image, 11(2) pp. 179-182.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2013.12.005]
  • Kakoschke, N.L., Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Attentional bias modification encourages healthy eating. Eating Behaviours, 15(1) pp. 120-124.
    [10.1016/j.eatbeh.2013.11.001]
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M. and Hollitt, S. (2014). Exposure to television food advertising primes food-related cognitions and triggers motivation to eat. Psychology and Health, 29(10) pp. 1192-1205.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Orr, J. and Grear, J. (2014). Attentional retraining can reduce chocolate consumption. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 20(1) pp. 94-102.
    [10.1037/xp0000005]
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  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2004). Thin ideals in music television: a source of social comparison and body dissatisfaction. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 35(1) pp. 48-58.
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  • Shaw, J.L. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Dieting and working memory: preoccupying cognitions and the role of the articulatory control process. British Journal of Health Psychology, 9(2) pp. 175-185.
    [10.1348/135910704773891032] [10.1348/135910704773891032] [Scopus]
  • Kemps, E.B., Tiggemann, M., Woods, D. and Soekev, (2004). Reduction of food cravings through concurrent visuospatial processing. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 36(1) pp. 31-40.
    [10.1002/eat.20005] [10.1002/eat.20005] [Scopus]
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2004). Idealized media images and adolescent body image: "comparing" boys and girls. Body Image, 1(4) pp. 351-361.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2004.10.002] [10.1016/j.bodyim.2004.10.002] [Scopus]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Mcgill, (2004). The role of social comparison in the effect of magazine advertisements on women's mood and body dissatisfaction. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 23(1) pp. 23-44.
    [10.1521/jscp.23.1.23.26991] [10.1521/jscp.23.1.23.26991] [Scopus]
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). Longer-term implications of responsiveness to 'thin-ideal' television: support for a cumulative hypothesis of body image disturbance. European Eating Disorders Review, 11 pp. 465-477.
    [10.1002/erv.509] [10.1002/erv.509] [Scopus]
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). The effect of "thin ideal" television commercials on body dissatisfaction and schema activation during early adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 32(5) pp. 367-373.
    [10.1023/A:1024974015581] [10.1023/A:1024974015581] [Scopus]
  • Lowes, J. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). Body dissatisfaction, dieting awareness and the impact of parental influence in young children. British Journal of Health Psychology, 8(2) pp. 135-147.
    [10.1348/135910703321649123] [10.1348/135910703321649123] [Scopus]
  • Strelan, P.G., Mehaffey, S.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). Self-objectification and esteem in young women: the mediating role of reasons for exercise. Sex Roles, 48(1/2) pp. 89-95.
    [10.1023/A:1022300930307] [10.1023/A:1022300930307] [Scopus]
  • Tiggemann, M. (2003). Media exposure, body dissatisfaction and disordered eating: television and magazines are not the same! European Eating Disorders Review, 11(5) pp. 418-430.
    [10.1002/erv.502] [10.1002/erv.502] [Scopus]
  • Webster, J. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). The relationship between women's body satisfaction and self-image across the life span: the role of cognitive control. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 164(2) pp. 241-252.
    [Scopus]
  • Yelland, C.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). Muscularity and the gay ideal: body dissatisfaction and disordered eating in homosexual men. Eating Behaviours, 4(2) pp. 107-116.
    [10.1016/S1471-0153(03)00014-X] [10.1016/S1471-0153(03)00014-X] [Scopus]
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2003). Female 'thin-ideal' media images and boys' attitudes toward girls. Sex Roles, 49(9/10) pp. 539-544.
    [10.1023/A:1025841008820] [10.1023/A:1025841008820] [Scopus]
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2002). The effect of television commercials on mood and body dissatisfaction: the role of appearance-schema activation. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 21(3) pp. 287-308.
    [10.1521/jscp.21.3.287.22532] [10.1521/jscp.21.3.287.22532] [Scopus]
  • Hargreaves, D.A. and Tiggemann, M. (2002). The role of appearance schematicity in the development of adolescent body dissatisfaction. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 26(6) pp. 691-700.
    [10.1023/A:1021248214548] [10.1023/A:1021248214548] [Scopus]
  • Mills, J.S., Polivy, J., Herman, C.P. and Tiggemann, M. (2002). Effects of exposure to thin media images: Evidence of self-enhancement among restrained eaters. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28(12) pp. 1687-1699.
    [10.1177/014616702237650] [10.1177/014616702237650] [Scopus]
  • Slater, A. and Tiggemann, M. (2002). A test of objectification theory in adolescent girls. Sex Roles, 46(9-10) pp. 343-349.
    [10.1023/A:1020232714705] [10.1023/A:1020232714705] [Scopus]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Lowes, J. (2002). Changes in ratings of figure reference in girls ages five to seven years. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 94(2) pp. 424.
    [10.2466/PMS.94.2.424-424]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Lowes, J. (2002). Predictors of maternal control over children's eating behaviour. Appetite, 39(1) pp. 1-7.
    [10.1006/appe.2002.0487] [10.1006/appe.2002.0487] [Scopus]
  • Bond, M.J., Prager, R.H., Tiggemann, M. and Tao, B.S. (2001). Infant Crying, Material Wellbeing and Perceptions of Caregiving. Journal of Applied Health Behaviour, 3(1) pp. 3-9.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2001). Person and Situation Interactions in Body Dissatisfaction. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 29(1) pp. 65-70.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2001). The Effect of Gender Composition of School on Body Concerns in Adolescent Women. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 29(2) pp. 239-243.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2001). A Test of Objectification Theory in Former Dancers and Non-Dancers. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 25 pp. 57-64.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Bryan, J. (2001). The Effect of Weight-loss Dieting on Cognitive Performance and Psychological Well-Being in Overweight Women. Appetite, 36(2) pp. 147-156.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Lynch, J.E. (2001). Body Image Across the Lifespan in Adult Women: the Role of Self-Objectification. Developmental Psychology, 37(2) pp. 243-253.
  • Tiggemann, M. and Ruutel, E. (2001). A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Body Dissatsfaction in Estonian and Australian Youg-Adults and its Relationship with Media Exposure. Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology, 32(6) pp. 756-762.
  • Tiggemann, M. (2001). The Impact of Adolescent Girls' Life Concerns and Leisure Activities on Body Dissatisfaction, Disordered Eating and Self-Esteem. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 162(2) pp. 133-142.
  • Bury, B., Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). Directing gaze: The effect of disclaimer labels on women's visual attention to fashion magazine advertisements. Body Image, 11 pp. 357-363.
  • Kakoschke, N.L., Kemps, E. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Attentional bias modification encourages healthy eating. Eating Behaviours, 15(1) pp. 120-124.
    [10.1016/j.eatbeh.2013.11.001]
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M. and Hollitt, S. (2014). Exposure to television food advertising primes food-related cognitions and triggers motivation to eat. Psychology and Health, 29(10) pp. 1192-1205.
  • Kemps, E., Tiggemann, M., Orr, J. and Grear, J. (2014). Attentional retraining can reduce chocolate consumption. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 20(1) pp. 94-102.
    [10.1037/xp0000005]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). NetTweens: The Internet and body image concerns in preteenage girls. JOURNAL OF EARLY ADOLESCENCE, 34(5)
  • Prichard, I.J., Polivy, J., Provencher, V., Herman, C., Tiggemann, M. and Cloutier, K. (2014). Brides and young couples: Partners' weight, weight change, and perceptions of attractiveness. JOURNAL OF SOCIAL AND PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS,
    [10.1177/0265407514529068]
  • Sharp, G., Tiggemann, M. and Mattiske, J. (2014). The role of media and peer influences in Australian women's attitudes towards cosmetic surgery. Body Image, 11(4) pp. 482-487.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2014.07.009]
  • Sharp, G.V., Tiggemann, M. and Mattiske, J. (2014). Predictors of consideration of labiaplasty: An extension of the Tripartite Influence Model of Beauty Ideals. Psychology of Women Quarterly, pp. 1-12.
    [10.1177/0361684314549949]
  • Tiggemann, M. and Slater, A. (2014). Contemporary girlhood: Maternal reports on sexualized behaviour and appearance concern in 4-10 year old girls. Body Image, 11 pp. 396-403.
  • Prichard, I.J. and Tiggemann, M. (2014). Wedding-related weight change: The ups and downs of love. Body Image, 11(2) pp. 179-182.
    [10.1016/j.bodyim.2013.12.005]

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Board of Referees, Special Issue: Body Image and Health, Journal of Health Psychology, 2004
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