The study aimed to know the percentage of the explained variation that is demonstrated by cyberbullying and psychological distress in the Binge Eating Disorder among Jordanian university students, and is it possible that this percentage varies according to gender variable. The study sample consisted of (988) male and female students enrolled in Jordanian universities. To achieve the purpose of the study, cyberbullying, psychological distress and Binge Eating Disorder were measured. The results indicated that the percentage of students who have a Binge Eating Disorder was (6.07%): (38.33%) were male and (61.67%) were female. A chi-square analysis indicated no significant differences in the prevalence of bulimia according to the gender variable. The results also indicated that each of: Psychological distress, Flat pattern versus neutral, Victim's pattern versus neutral, Flat pattern/ victim versus neutral had predictive power for bulimia nervosa among university students, while gender variable had no predictive power. The results also indicated that the percentage of the correct classification of the study members (who have a Binge Eating Disorder and who have not) reached (96.1%) for the two groups. (39) Views classified incorrectly, and the possibility of the total error was 3.9%
Baker, Shefaa; alshreffen, Ahmmad; and Alriffaie, Abeer
"The Predictive Ability of Cyberbullying and Psychological Distress in Binge Eating Disorder among Jordanian Universities Students,"
Hebron University Research Journal-B (Humanities) - (مجلة جامعة الخليل للبحوث- ب (العلوم الانسانيه: Vol. 16
, Article 5.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/hujr_b/vol16/iss1/5