The construct validity of the Restraint Scale among mainland Chinese women.

  title={The construct validity of the Restraint Scale among mainland Chinese women.},
  author={Fan-Chang Kong and Y. Zhang and H. Chen},
  journal={Eating behaviors},
  volume={14 3},
This study aimed to test the construct validity of the newly developed Chinese version of the Revised Restraint Scale (RRS) in two separate female samples from Chinese universities (n(1) = 171; n(2) = 158). The RRS is the most widely used measure of restricted eating for the purpose of achieving or maintaining a desired weight. Results showed that the 10-item Chinese RRS comprised of two subscales of concern dieting (CD) and weight fluctuation (WF), which together accounted for 53.01% of the… Expand
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