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Which cultural group showed the greatest dissatisfaction with their body weight and tended to overestimate it? (Points : 2) a.African American b.Latino American c.Caucasians
d.Germans
c. Caucasians showed the greatest dissatisfaction with their body weight and tended to overestimate it.
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