Fig. 2: Holiday SDB control sample n = 367. | Humanities and Social Sciences Communications

Fig. 2: Holiday SDB control sample n = 367.

From: Consistently biased: documented consistency in self-reported holiday healthfulness behaviors and associated social desirability bias

Fig. 2

Exhibits SDB is defined as having a score of less than −1 or >1, depending on the statement. Black boxes indicate the direction of SDB, therefore the percentage of respondents who indicated SDB can be determined by adding the percentages within the box for that question. For example for the statement “I anticipate gaining weight during the holiday season”, the percentage who exhibit SDB can be calculated by adding 10 + 10 + 15 + 20 = 55, and is given to the right of the box.

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