Feelings: what questions best discriminate women with and without eating disorders?

@article{Abraham2009FeelingsWQ,
  title={Feelings: what questions best discriminate women with and without eating disorders?},
  author={Suzanne F Abraham and Astrid von Lojewski and Gail Anderson and Samantha A Clarke and Janice D. Russell},
  journal={Eating and weight disorders : EWD},
  year={2009},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={e6-10}
}
This study explored feelings that discriminate between eating disorder and community groups of women. Responses to 25 questions about body image (9), eating (8) self-esteem (3) general psychology (5) were collected in 2002-2003 (N=268) and 2005-2006 (N=472). Wilk's lambda was used to test discrimination. The most discriminating psychological questions were: 'feeling unhappy and unable to cope as well as usual', 'unease attending social functions', 'fearing loss of control over emotions'; and… CONTINUE READING