عنوان مقاله [English]
Eating disorder is referred to as inappropriate attitudes and eating behaviors that defined as an eating disorder chain. The role of positive and negative psychological variables in the incidence of eating disorders has been seriously addressed by researchers in the field of general health. The purpose of this study was to present a conceptual model and test it’s for eating behaviors based on self-compassion, perfectionism and body dissatisfaction. To this aim, a descriptive study was conducted on 245 female students of Bu-Ali Sina University in Hamedan. They were selected through convenience sampling and evaluated for self-compassion, eating disorder behaviors, body dissatisfaction and perfectionism. The results of studying the relationships of variables by structural equation model showed that the self-compassion variable is directly related to perfectionism and body dissatisfaction and has indirect relationship with eating behaviors through perfectionism and body dissatisfaction. Perfectionism has direct relationship with body dissatisfaction and eating behaviors, and has indirect relationship with eating behaviors through body dissatisfaction. Also body dissatisfaction is directly related to eating behaviors. In general, can be said that, in self- compassion, goals and standards are at the expected level and avoided of being perfect, thus it has a negative correlation with perfectionism and body dissatisfaction and it can reduce the amount of perfectionism and body dissatisfaction by influencing on these variables, and in this way, can play an important role in reducing the tendency to eating disorder behaviors.