Body Attitudes Test
The Body Attitudes Test (BAT) was developed by Probst et al. in 1995. It was designed for the assessment of eating disorders in women. The BAT measures an individual's subjective body experience and a...
SCOFF questionnaire
The SCOFF questionnaire utilizes an acronym in a simple five question test devised for use by non-professionals to assess the possible presence of an eating disorder. It was devised by Morgan et al. i...
Eating Disorder Examination Interview
The Eating Disorder Examination Interview (EDE) devised by Cooper & Fairburn (1987) is a semi-structured interview conducted by a clinician in the assessment of an eating disorder.
The EDE is...
Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire
The "Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire" (abbreviated as TFEQ) is a questionnaire often applied in food intake-behavior related research.It goes back to its publication in 1985 by Albert J. Stunkard an...
Eating Disorder Inventory
The Eating Disorder Inventory (EDI) is a self-report questionnaire used to assess the presence of eating disorders, (a) Anorexia Nervosa both restricting and binge-eating/purging type; (b) Bulimia Ner...
Anorectic Behavior Observation Scale
The Anorectic Behavior Observation Scale is a thirty-item diagnostic questionnaire devised to be answered by the parents, spouse or other family member of an individual suspected of having an eating d...
Body Attitudes Questionnaire
The Ben-Tovim Walker Body Attitudes Questionnaire (BAQ) is a 44 item self-report questionnaire divided into six subscales that measures a woman's attitude towards their own body. The BAQ is used in th...
Minnesota Eating Behavior Survey
The Minnesota Eating Behavior Survey (MEBS) is a 30 item self-report questionnaire used to assess the presence of an eating disorder. It is designed for use with both male and females age 10 to adult....
Eating Attitudes Test
The Eating Attitudes Test (EAT) is a widely used standardized self-report measure of symptoms and concerns characteristic of eating disorders. The original 40-item version of the EAT was published in ...