The Goldfarb Fear of Fat Scale.

@article{Goldfarb1985TheGF,
  title={The Goldfarb Fear of Fat Scale.},
  author={L A Goldfarb and Elisabeth M. Dykens and Meg Gerrard},
  journal={Journal of personality assessment},
  year={1985},
  volume={49 3},
  pages={329-32}
}
These two studies introduce the Goldfarb Fear of Fat Scale (GFFS) as an assessment device for use with bulimic clients. Study I presents norms and reliability data for a high school sample, as well as pilot comparisons between anorexic and normal women. Study II demonstrates that the GFFS significantly differentiates between bulimics, repeat dieters, and non-dieting women. These results suggest that the GFFS may be utilized clinically as a diagnostic tool and indicator of change, which may… CONTINUE READING

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