Jennifer Brady et al., Acadia University, Lakehead University, University of New Brunswick, University of Guelph, Canada and West Virginia University, USA“Fat Food Justice: Addressing Weight Bias in Food Studies Scholarship” (in absentia)
William Silvia Jr, Kimberly Rios, Ohio University, USA“Associations Between Perceived Weight, Gender Roles, and Sexual Orientation”
Kathleen O’Keefe, Andrea Bombak, University of New Brunswick, Canada“Women's Journeys Towards Body Acceptance” (in absentia)
Jenny Cunningham, Melania Calestani, Kirstie Coxon, Kingston University, UK“Weight stigma in pregnancy – a meta-ethnography”
Lisa-Michelle Dietz, Anhalt University of Applied Sciences, Germany“Weight Stigmatization in Health Care and Emotional Eating”
Lily O’Hara et al., Qatar University, Qatar“Experiences of weight-based oppression in the Arab region: a qualitative study in Qatar”
Ana Maria Gallardo, Universidad Gabriela Mistral, Chile"Weight bias: Experiences of users of mental health services”
Mahshid Fonoudi, Masoume Mousavi, Jalil Fathabadi, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran“Developmental course of explicit and implicit anti-fat attitudes in Iranian elementary school girls”
Mahshid Fonoudi, Shahid Beheshti University, Iran“Fat Iranian women’s experiences in health care system and the professional’s view on legislation”
Riley Keast, Western University, Canada“Associations Between Experienced and Internalized Weight Stigma and Disordered Eating in Higher-Weight and Non-Higher-Weight Individuals”
Erin Standen, Alexander J. Rothman, Traci Mann, University of Minnesota, USA“Weight-Related Advice from Healthcare Providers: An “Anti-Obesity” Policy That May Do More Harm Than Good”
Sharon DeJoy, Ethan Wheeling, West Chester University of PA“Effect of News Media Exposure on Weight Stigma Among University Students”
Klaudia Domagala, Angela Meadows, University of Essex, UK"Weight stigma and consumer behaviour: The acceptability of plus-size models in advertising"
Yakub Ali, Angela Meadows, University of Essex, UK"Motivation To exercise: The good, the bad, and the ugly"
Izchel Cosio Barroso & Claudia Martínez Cordero, Universidad Iberoamericana; Hospital Regional de Alta Especialidad del Bajío, Mexico“Diagnosis on the perception of weight stigmatization in people surgically treated for obesity in a high specialty hospital in Mexico”