Mirror, mirror, on the wall

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  1. Big Al

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    [FONT=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Verdana,][FONT=Verdana,]by George Atkinson
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    The brains of men with body dysmorphic disorder activate differently in front of mirrors, causing them to see their faces incorrectly in the mirror, according to a report in the Archives of General Psychiatry.

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    Is it the same for women? Its quite interesting. It would be interesting if we could see what people with body image issues see when they look in the mirror.

    A comparative between the real image as we see it and the perceived image as seen by the person with BDD.
     
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    I must have the opposite condition. Mirror images look better to me than pictures of me.
     
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