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CBIRP – In the News

Steber, C. (2020, April 6). Here’s how your body image can impact your sexual health. Bustle.

Colorism and Skin Tone Trauma, Spotlight on Science, KFRU News Talk Radio (November 15, 2019)

Study by MU Professor Shows Racism in Skin Tones, Not Just Skin Colors, The Maneater (November 5, 2019)

4 Ways to Support People Dealing with Colorism, Futurity (October 16, 2019)

To Better Understand Racial Trauma, MU Expert Says We Must Also Acknowledge Skin Tone, Mizzou News (October 16, 2019)

Colorism’s Significance, Identify, Biannual Publication from MU Inclusion, Diversity & Equity (Fall 2019, Issue 5)

Ludden, D. (2019, August 1). Why you need to talk about sex with your partner. Psychology Today.

Rose, J. (2019, July 22). Improving body image. BYU Radio Sirius XM 143 Top of Mind with Julie Rose.

O’Keefe, Kristin (2019, July 19). Breakfast for teens: Can breakfast boost your teen’s body image? Your Teen Magazine.

Kaufman, G., Rowell, M., & Koester, R. (2019, July 11). Studies suggest positive interactions with 3D avatars can improve body image. KCUR Central Standard (Kansas City NPR station).

Rice, S. (2019, June 24). Can ‘painting’ 3D scans improve body image?

Pedersen, R. (2019, June 23). 3D imaging can help women boost body image. PsychCentral.

Mazewski, J. (2019, March 28). Eating breakfast with parents is associated with positive body image for teenagers.

Rice, S. (2019, March 21). Could family breakfast give kids good body image?

Dr. Landor holding magazine

Dr. Landor’s Research Featured in Stephens Life Magazine

Dr. Landor and her research on colorism was featured in the Fall 2018 Issue of Stephens Life, an award-winning magazine by Stephens College. She was invited to the Issue Release Party last week.


KMOX logoDr. Virginia Ramseyer Winter speaks with KMOX radio about the body image research being done at CBIRP.

CBIRP students

CBIRP students Michaella Ward (left) and Mackenzie Cook (right) present on body image and sexual behaviors at the Council on Social Work Education Annual Program Meeting in November, 2018.

MU Study Finds Eating Breakfast with Parents is Associated with Positive Body Image for Teenagers – 3/21/19, MU News Bureau

Why Doesn’t Sex Ed Cover Body Image? – 2/5/19,

MU Brings Body Image Resources to Columbia – 11/28/18, KOMU 8

Center for Body Image Research and Policy Aims to Promote Positive Message – 11/28/18, KRCG 13

MU Establishes Body Image Research Center – 11/28/18, Columbia Daily Tribune

Can Gen X Women Love Their Bodies? – 7/25/18, Time

Teens Who Believe They Are ‘Too Fat’ More Likely to Smoke, Drink – 6/22/18, Yahoo Lifestyle

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