The Psychometric properties of the Eating Attitude Test in a non-western population

@article{Nasser1994ThePP,
  title={The Psychometric properties of the Eating Attitude Test in a non-western population},
  author={M. Nasser},
  journal={Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology},
  year={1994},
  volume={29},
  pages={88-94}
}
The psychometric features of the Eating Attitude Test Questionnaire (EAT) are described in an Egyptian population of secondary school girls (n=351). Confirmatory factor analysis, modelled on studies by Garner et al. (1982) and Eisler and Szmukler (1985), was conducted and pointed to the overall coherence of the EAT in this population. The assessment of the internal validity of each factor, however, showed a high level of consistency amongst the items representing the dieting factor, and a much… CONTINUE READING

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