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Eating Questionnaire

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Element NameData TypeSizeRequiredDescriptionValue RangeNotes
subjectkeyGUIDRequiredThe NDAR Global Unique Identifier (GUID) for research subjectNDAR*
src_subject_idString20RequiredSubject ID how it's defined in lab/project
interview_dateDateRequiredDate on which the interview/genetic test/sampling/imaging was completed. MM/DD/YYYYRequired field
interview_ageIntegerRequiredAge in months at the time of the interview/test/sampling/imaging.0 :: 1260Age is rounded to chronological month. If the research participant is 15-days-old at time of interview, the appropriate value would be 0 months. If the participant is 16-days-old, the value would be 1 month.
genderString20RequiredSex of the subjectM;FM = Male; F = Female
equest1IntegerRecommendedHave you been deliberately trying to limit the amount of food you eat to influence your shape or weight (whether or not you have succeeded)?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest2IntegerRecommendedHave you gone for long periods of time (8 waking hours or more) without eating anything at all in order to influence your shape or weight?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest3IntegerRecommendedHave you tried to exclude from your diet any foods that you like in order to influence your shape or weight (whether or not you have succeeded)?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest4IntegerRecommendedHave you tried to follow definite rules regarding your eating (for example, a calorie limit) in order to influence your shape or weight (whether or not you have succeeded)?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest5IntegerRecommendedHave you had a definite desire to have an empty stomach with the aim of influencing your shape or weight?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest6IntegerRecommendedHave you had a defmite desire to have a totally flat stomach?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest7IntegerRecommendedHas thinking about food, eating or calories made it very difficult to concentrate on things you are interested in (for example, working, following a conversation, or reading)?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest8IntegerRecommendedHas thinking about shape or weight made it very difficult to concentrate on things you are interested in (for example, working, following a conversation, or reading)?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest9IntegerRecommendedHave you had a definite fear of losing control over eating?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest10IntegerRecommendedHave you had a definite fear that you might gain weight?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest11IntegerRecommendedHave you felt fat?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest12IntegerRecommendedHave you had a strong desire to lose weight?0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest13IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, how many times have you eaten what other people would regard as an unusually large amount of food (given the circumstances)?
equest14IntegerRecommendedOn how many of these times did you have a sense of having lost control over your eating (at the time that you were eating)?
equest15IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, on how many days have such episodes of overeating occurred (i.e., you have eaten an unusually large amount of food and have had a sense of loss of control at the time)?
equest16IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, how many times have you made yourself sick (vomit) as a means of controlling your shape or weight?
equest17IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, how many times have you taken laxatives as a means of controlling your shape or weight?
equest18IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, how many times have you exercised in a "driven" or "compulsive" way as a means of controlling your weight, shape or amount of fat, or to burn off calories?
equest19IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, on how many days have you eaten in secret (ie, furtively)? Do not count episodes of binge eating0::60 =No days; 1=1-5 days; 2= 6-12 days; 3=13-15 days; 4= 16-22 days; 5= 23-27 days; 6= Every day
equest20IntegerRecommendedOn what proportion of the times that you have eaten have you felt guilty (felt that you've done wrong) because of its effect on your shape or weight? Do not count episodes of binge eating0::60 =None of the timess; 1=A few of the times; 2= Less than half; 3=Half of the times; 4= More than half; 5= Most of the times; 6= Every time
equest21IntegerRecommendedOver the past 28 days, how concerned have you been about other people seeing you eat? Do not count episodes of binge eating0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest22IntegerRecommendedHas your weight influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest23IntegerRecommendedHas your shape influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest24IntegerRecommendedHow much would it have upset you if you had been asked to weigh yourself once a week (no more, or less, often) for the next four weeks?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest25IntegerRecommendedHow dissatisfied have you been with your weight?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest26IntegerRecommendedHow dissatisfied have you been with your shape?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest27IntegerRecommendedHow uncomfortable have you felt seeing your body (for example, seeing your shape in the mirror, in a shop window reflection, while undressing or taking a bath or shower)?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest28IntegerRecommendedHow uncomfortable have you felt about others seeing your shape or figure (for example, in communal changing rooms, when swimming, or wearing tight clothes)?0::60=Not at all; 2= slightly; 4= Moderately; 6=Markedly
equest29String15RecommendedWhat is your weight at present? (Please give your best estimate.)
equest30String15RecommendedWhat is your height? (Please give your best estimate.)
equest31IntegerRecommendedIf female: Over the past three-to-four months have you missed any menstrual periods?0;10=No; 1=Yes
equest32IntegerRecommendedIf so, how many?
equest33IntegerRecommendedHave you been taking the "pill"?0;10=No; 1=Yes
ede_globalIntegerRecommendedEating Disorders Examination Total Score
ede_q_restraintIntegerRecommendedEating Disorders Examination Questionnaire - Restraint
ede_q_eatingconcernIntegerRecommendedEating Disorders Examination Questionnaire - Eating Concern
ede_q_shapeconcernIntegerRecommendedEating Disorders Examination Questionnaire - Shape Concern
ede_q_weightconcernIntegerRecommendedEating Disorders Examination Questionnaire - Weight Concern
day_pertainsIntegerRecommendedDay question(s) pertain(s) to:
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