|Linear regression statistics for the U-shaped adjusted association between Z-score of BMI and indicators of subjective well-being in all women (n=2422), healthy women (n=2242), women with a lifetime DSM-IV eating disorder (n=89), and healthy female co-twins of women with a lifetime eating disorder (n=32)|
|Indicator of subjective well-being||Female subgroup||Β-coefficient for the quadratic BMI term||Standard error||P|
|Life satisfaction||All women||0.0456||0.037||0.20|
|Women with a lifetime eating disorder||0.226||0.091||0.015|
|Women with a lifetime eating disorder||1.46||0.40||<0.001|
|Satisfaction with leisure time, work, and family relationships||All women||0.0879||0.047||0.060|
|Women with a lifetime eating disorder||0.554||0.17||0.002|
|Satisfaction with sex life||All women||0.0112||0.010||0.30|
|Women with a lifetime eating disorder||0.0223||0.033||0.50|
We report the statistics of the quadratic term (BMI-squared).
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