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Protocol - Questionnaire on Eating and Weight Patterns - Adult

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The Questionnaire of Eating and Weight Patterns-5 (QEWP-5) has been updated to accommodate binge-eating disorder (BED) and bulimia nervosa criteria in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Eating Disorders. It includes 26 items that screen respondents for BED. The questionnaire can be used to differentiate BED from bulimia nervosa and to document the presence of "subjective binge" episodes (i.e., episodes of loss-of-control eating that are not characterized by the intake of an objectively large amount of food). The QEWP-5 also includes body silhouettes and respondents choose those that most resemble the body builds of their biological father and mother at their heaviest. These silhouettes are scored on a 1-9 scale. Scoring instructions are included.

Specific Instructions:

None

Protocol:

QUESTIONNAIRE ON EATING AND WEIGHT PATTERNS-5

(QEWP-5)

Last name ____________________________

First name _______________ M.I ____

Date _________________________________

I.D Number ______________________

Thank you for completing this questionnaire.

Please circle or check the appropriate number or response, and write in information where asked. You may skip any question you do not understand or do not wish to answer.

1. Age ___ years

2. Sex:

1[ ]Male

2[ ]Female

3. What is your ethnic/racial background?

a. Are you Latino, Hispanic, or of Spanish origin?

(Please check Yes or No).

[ ] Yes (Please continue with question 3b)

[ ] No (Please continue with question 3b)

b. Which of the following best describes you?

(You may check more than one.)

[ ] African American/Black

[ ] American Indian/Native American/Alaskan Native

[ ] Asian

[ ] Pacific Islander

[ ] White

[ ] Other (please specify): _______________________________

4. How far did you go in school?

1[ ]Some high school or less

2[ ]High school graduate or equivalent (GED)

3[ ]Some college or associate degree

4[ ]Completed college

5[ ]Advanced degree

5. How tall are you?

____ feet ___ ___ inches

6. How much do you weigh now (if you are unsure, please provide your best guess)?

________ pounds

7. What has been your highest adult weight ever (for women, when not pregnant)?

________ pounds

8. During the past three months, did you ever eat, in a short period of time? For example, a two hour period. What most people would think was an unusually large amount of food?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No → IF NO, SKIP TO QUESTION 21

9. During the times when you ate an unusually large amount of food, did you ever feel you could not stop eating or control what or how much you were eating?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No → IF NO, SKIP TO QUESTION 21

10. During the past three months, how often, on average, did you have episodes like this? That is, eating large amounts of food plus the feeling that you’re eating was out of control?

(There may have been some weeks when this did not happen, just average those in.)

1[ ]Less than 1 episode per week

2[ ]1 episode per week

3[ ]2-3 episodes per week

4[ ]4-7 episodes per week

5[ ]8-13 episodes per week

6[ ]14 or more episodes per week

11. Did you usually have any of the following experiences during these episodes?

a. Eating much more rapidly than normal?

Yes

No

b. Eating until feeling uncomfortably full?

Yes

No

c. Eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry?

Yes

No

d. Eating alone because of feeling embarrassed by how much you were eating?

Yes

No

e. Feeling disgusted with yourself, depressed, or feeling very guilty afterward?

Yes

No

12. Think about a typical episode when you ate this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control):

a. What time of day did the episode start?

1[ ](8 AM to 12 Noon)

2[ ](12 Noon to 4 PM)

3[ ](4 PM to 8 PM)

4[ ](8 PM to 12 Midnight)

5[ ](12 Midnight to 8 AM)

b. Approximately how long did this episode of eating last? hours_____ minutes_____

c. As best you can remember, please list everything you ate and drank during that episode. Please list the foods eaten and liquids consumed during the episode. Be specific - include brand names where possible, and amounts or portion sizes as best you can estimate.

d. At the time this episode started, how long had it been since you had previously finished eating a meal or snack?

hours_____ minutes_____

13. In general, during the past three months, how upset were you by these episodes?

(When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Not at all

2[ ]Slightly

3[ ]Moderately

4[ ]Greatly

5[ ]Extremely

14. During the past three months, did you ever make yourself vomit in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No

IF YES: How often, on average, was that?

1[ ]Less than 1 episode per week

2[ ]1 episode per week

3[ ]2-3 episodes per week

4[ ]4-7 episodes per week

5[ ]8-13 episodes per week

6[ ]14 or more episodes per week

15. During the past three months, did you ever take more than the recommended dose of laxatives in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No

IF YES: How often, on average, was that?

1[ ]Less than 1 time per week

2[ ]1 time per week

3[ ]2-3 times per week

4[ ]4-5 times per week

5[ ]6-7 times per week

6[ ]8 or more times per week

16. During the past three months, did you ever take more than the recommended dose of diuretics (water pills) in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No

IF YES: How often, on average, was that?

1[ ]Less than 1 time per week

2[ ]1 time per week

3[ ]2-3 times per week

4[ ]4-5 times per week

5[ ]6-7 times per week

6[ ]8 or more times per week

17. During the past three months, did you ever fast - for example, not eat anything at all for at least 24 hours -- in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No

IF YES: How often, on average, was that?

1[ ]Less than 1 day per week

2[ ]1 day per week

3[ ]2 days per week

4[ ]3 days per week

5[ ]4-5 days per week

6[ ]More than 5 days per week

18. During the past three months, did you ever exercise excessively for example, exercised even though it interfered with important activities or despite being injured, specifically in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described. (When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No

IF YES: How often, on average, was that?

1[ ]Less than 1 time per week

2[ ]1 time per week

3[ ]2-3 times per week

4[ ]4-7 times per week

5[ ]8-13 times per week

6[ ]14 or more times per week

19. During the past three months, did you ever take more than the recommended dose of a diet pill in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described. (When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No

IF YES: How often, on average, was that?

1[ ]Less than 1 time per week

2[ ]1 time per week

3[ ]2-3 times per week

4[ ]4-5 times per week

5[ ]6-7 times per week

6[ ]8 or more times per week

20. During the past three months, on average, how important has your weight or shape been in how you feel about or evaluate yourself as a person as compared to other aspects of your life, such as your performance at work or as a parent, or how you get along with other people?

1[ ]Weight and shape were not very important

2[ ]Weight and shape played a part in how you felt about yourself

3[ ]Weight and shape were among the main things that affected how you felt about yourself

4[ ]Weight and shape were the most important things that affected how you felt about yourself.

Continue here after completing question 20 OR if you skipped to question 21 from question 8 or 9.

21. During the past three months, did you ever have episodes during which you felt you could not stop eating or control what or how much you were eating but in which you did not consume what most people would think was an unusually large amount of food?

1[ ]Yes

2[ ]No → IF NO, SKIP TO QUESTION 26

22. During the past three months how often did you have episodes like this -- the feeling that your eating was out of control, but you did not consume what most people would think was an unusually large amount of food? (There may have been some weeks when this did not happen -- just average those in.)

1[ ]Less than 1 episode per week

2[ ]1 episode per week

3[ ]2-3 episodes per week

4[ ]4-7 episodes per week

5[ ]8-13 episodes per week

6[ ]14 or more episodes per week

23. Did you usually have any of the following experiences during these episodes?

a. Eating much more rapidly than normal?

Yes

No

b. Eating until feeling uncomfortably full?

Yes

No

c. Eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry?

Yes

No

d. Eating alone because of feeling embarrassed by how much you were eating?

Yes

No

e. Feeling disgusted with yourself, depressed, or feeling very guilty afterward?

Yes

No

24. Think about a typical episode when you ate this way (that is, when you felt you could not stop eating or control what or how much you were eating) but in which you did not consume an unusually large amount of food):

a. What time of day did the episode start?

1[ ](8 AM to 12 Noon)

2[ ](12 Noon to 4 PM)

3[ ](4 PM to 8 PM)

4[ ](8 PM to 12 Midnight)

5[ ](12 Midnight to 8 AM)

b. Approximately how long did this episode of eating last?

hours_____ minutes_____

c. As best you can remember, please list everything you ate and drank during that episode. Please list the foods eaten and liquids consumed during the episode. Be specific - include brand names where possible, and amounts or portion sizes as best you can estimate.

d. At the time this episode started, how long had it been since you had previously finished eating a meal or snack?

hours_____ minutes_____

25. In general, during the past three months, how upset were you by these episodes (that is, when you felt you could not stop eating or control what or how much you were eating but in which you did not consume an unusually large amount of food)?

1[ ]Not at all

2[ ]Slightly

3[ ]Moderately

4[ ]Greatly

5[ ]Extremely

Continue here after completing question 25 OR if you skipped to question 26 from question 21.

26. Please take a look at these silhouettes. Put a circle around the silhouettes that most resemble the body builds of your biological father and mother at their heaviest.

If you have no knowledge of your biological father and/or mother, don’t circle anything for that parent.

Scoring:

DECISION RULES FOR SCREENING FOR POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS OF BINGE EATING DISORDER

(BED) USING THE QUESTIONNAIRE ON EATING AND WEIGHT PATTERNS - 5

(FOR RATER’S USE ONLY)

POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS OF BED

QUESTION NUMBER

RESPONSE

8 AND 9

1 (BINGE EATING)

10

2, 3, 4, 5, OR 6 (AT LEAST 1 EPISODE PER WEEK FOR THREE MONTHS)

11 a through e

3 OR MORE ITEMS MARKED "YES" (AT LEAST 3 ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS DURING BINGE EATING EPISODES)

13

4 0R 5 (MARKED DISTRESS REGARDING BINGE EATING)

POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS OF BED REQUIRES ALL OF THE ABOVE ALONG WITH THE ABSENCE OF INAPPROPRIATE COMPENSATORY BEHAVIORS AS SEEN IN BULIMIA NERVOSA, AS DEFINED BELOW.

POSSIBLE DIAGNOSIS OF BULIMIA NERVOSA

QUESTION NUMBER

RESPONSE

8 AND 9

1 (BINGE EATING)

10

2, 3, 4, 5, OR 6 (AT LEAST 1 EPISODE PER WEEK FOR THREE MONTHS)

14,15,16,17,18, OR 19

ANY RESPONSE 2, 3, 4, 5, OR 6 (INAPPROPRIATE COMPENSATORY BEHAVIOR AT LEAST 1 TIME PER WEEK FOR THREE MONTHS)

13

4 0R 5 (MARKED DISTRESS REGARDING BINGE EATING)

QUESTIONS FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY (NOT TO BE USED FOR DIAGNOSIS OF BED OR BULIMIA NERVOSA)

QUESTION NUMBER

RESPONSE

12 a through d

EXAMINER’S JUDGMENT THAT AMOUNT OF FOOD DESCRIBED IS UNUSUALLY LARGE GIVEN CIRCUMSTANCES (I.E., TIME OF DAY, HOURS SINCE PREVIOUS MEAL)

Yes _____ NO____ UNSURE

21

1 (SUBJECTIVE BULIMIC EPSIODE/LOSS OF CONTROL EATING)

24 a through d

EXAMINER’S JUDGMENT THAT AMOUNT OF FOOD DESCRIBED IS UNUSUALLY LARGE GIVEN CIRCUMSTANCES (I.E., TIME OF DAY, HOURS SINCE PREVIOUS MEAL)

Yes _____ NO____ UNSURE

26

SILHOUETTES MAY BE USED TO ESTIMATE PARENTAL HISTORY OF OBESITY

Protocol Name from Source:

Availability:

Publicly available

Personnel and Training Required

None

Equipment Needs

None

Requirements
Requirement CategoryRequired
Major equipment No
Specialized training No
Specialized requirements for biospecimen collection No
Average time of greater than 15 minutes in an unaffected individual No
Mode of Administration

Self-administered questionnaire

Life Stage:

Adult

Participants:

Adults, ages 18 and older

Selection Rationale

The Questionnaire of Eating and Weight Patterns (QEWP-5) is an updated version of the QEWP, a relatively brief, widely used, validated self-report questionnaire that is easy to complete, score, and interpret.

Language

English

Standards
StandardNameIDSource
Common Data Elements (CDE) Eating Disorder Eat and Weight Pattern Adult Questionnaire QEWP-5 Assessment Scale 4926465 CDE Browser
Derived Variables

None

Process and Review

Not applicable

Source

Yanovski, S. Z., Marcus, M. D., Wadden, T. A., & Walsh, T. (2015).The Questionnaire of Eating and Weight Patterns (QEWP-5). International Journal of Eating Disorders, 48(3), 259-256.

General References

Shomaker, L. B., Tanofsky-Kraff, M., Elliott, C., Wolkoff, L. E., Columbo, K. M., Ranzenhofer, L. M., Roza, C. A., Yanovski, S. Z., & Yanovski, J. A. (2010). Salience of loss of control for pediatric binge episodes: Does size really matter? International Journal of Eating Disorders, 43, 707-716.

Spitzer, R. L., Stunkard, A. J., Yanovski, S., Marcus, M. D., Wadden, T., Wing, R., Mitchell, J., & Hasin, D. (1993). Binge eating disorder should be included in DSM-IV: A reply to Fairburn et al.’s "The classification of recurrent overeating: The binge eating disorder." International Journal of Eating Disorders, 13, 161-169.

Wonderlich, S. A., Gordon, K. H., Mitchell, J. E., Crosby, R. D., & Engel, S. G. (2009). The validity and clinical utility of binge eating disorder. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 42, 687-705.

Protocol ID:

651201

Variables:
Export Variables
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PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Age
PX651201020100 What is your age? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Background_Description
PX651201030200 Which of the following best describes you? more
(You may check more than one.) show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Background_Description_Other
PX651201030300 Which of the following best describes you? more
(You may check more than one.) Other show less
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PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Date
PX651201010400 What is today's date? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Education
PX651201040000 How far did you go in school? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Episodes_Alone
PX651201230400 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating alone because of feeling embarrassed by how much you were eating? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Episodes_DisgustedDepressed
PX651201230500 During these episodes, did you experience more
feeling disgusted with yourself, depressed, or feeling very guilty afterward? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Episodes_Hungry
PX651201230300 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Episodes_Rapidly
PX651201230100 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating much more rapidly than normal? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Episodes_UncomfortablyFull
PX651201230200 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating until feeling uncomfortably full? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Episodes_Upset
PX651201250000 In general, during the past three months, more
how upset were you by these episodes? (When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_FirstName
PX651201010200 What is your first name? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Heaviest_Weight
PX651201070000 What has been your highest adult weight ever more
(for women, when not pregnant)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Height_Feet
PX651201050100 How tall are you? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Height_Inches
PX651201050200 How tall are you? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Identification_Number
PX651201010500 What is your ID number N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_LastName
PX651201010100 What is your last name? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Latino_Background
PX651201030100 Are you Latino, Hispanic, or of Spanish origin? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_MiddleInitial
PX651201010300 What is your middle initial? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_Sex
PX651201020200 What is your sex? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_DietPill
PX651201190100 During the past three months, did you ever more
take more than the recommended dose of a diet pill in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_DietPillYes
PX651201190200 IF YES: How often, on average, was that? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_Diuretics
PX651201160100 During the past three months, did you ever more
take more than the recommended dose of diuretics (water pills) in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_DiureticsYes
PX651201160200 IF YES: How often, on average, was that? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_Episodes_Upset
PX651201130000 In general, during the past three months, more
how upset were you by these episodes? (When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_Exercise
PX651201180100 During the past three months, did you ever more
exercise excessively for example, exercised even though it interfered with important activities or despite being injured, specifically in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described. (When you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_ExerciseYes
PX651201180200 IF YES: How often, on average, was that? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_Fasting
PX651201170100 During the past three months, did you ever more
fast – for example, not eat anything at all for at least 24 hours -- in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_FastingYes
PX651201170200 IF YES: How often, on average, was that? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_Laxatives
PX651201150100 During the past three months, did you ever more
take more than the recommended dose of laxatives in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_LaxativesYes
PX651201150200 IF YES: How often, on average, was that? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_LoseControl
PX651201210000 During the past three months, did you ever more
have episodes during which you felt you could not stop eating or control what or how much you were eating but in which you did not consume what most people would think was an unusually large amount of food? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_LoseControl_Frequency
PX651201220000 During the past three months how often did more
you have episodes like this -- the feeling that your eating was out of control, but you did not consume what most people would think was an unusually large amount of food? (There may have been some weeks when this did not happen -- just average those in.) show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount
PX651201080000 During the past three months, did you ever more
eat, in a short period of time? For example, a two hour period. What most people would think was an unusually large amount of food? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount_Alone
PX651201110400 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating alone because of feeling embarrassed by how much you were eating? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount_DisgustedDepressed
PX651201110500 During these episodes, did you experience more
feeling disgusted with yourself, depressed, or feeling very guilty afterward? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount_LostControl
PX651201090000 During the times when you ate an unusually more
large amount of food, did you ever feel you could not stop eating or control what or how much you were eating? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount_NotHungry
PX651201110300 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating large amounts of food when not feeling physically hungry? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount_Rapidly
PX651201110100 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating much more rapidly than normal? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_UnusualAmount_UncomfortablyFull
PX651201110200 During these episodes, did you experience more
eating until feeling uncomfortably full? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_Vomit
PX651201140100 During the past three months, did you ever more
make yourself vomit in order to avoid gaining weight after episodes of eating like you described (when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control)? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_VomitYes
PX651201140200 IF YES: How often, on average, was that? N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_ThreeMonths_WeightShape
PX651201200000 During the past three months, on average, more
how important has your weight or shape been in how you feel about or evaluate yourself as a person as compared to other aspects of your life, such as your performance at work or as a parent, or how you get along with other people? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Hours
PX651201120201 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): Approximately how long did this episode of eating last? Hours show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Hours_2
PX651201240201 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): Approximately how long did this episode of eating last? Hours show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_List
PX651201120301 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): As best you can remember, please list everything you ate and drank during that episode. Please list the foods eaten and liquids consumed during the episode. Be specific - include brand names where possible, and amounts or portion sizes as best you can estimate. show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_List_2
PX651201240301 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): As best you can remember, please list everything you ate and drank during that episode. Please list the foods eaten and liquids consumed during the episode. Be specific – include brand names where possible, and amounts or portion sizes as best you can estimate. show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Minutes
PX651201120202 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): Approximately how long did this episode of eating last? Minutes show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Minutes_2
PX651201240202 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): Approximately how long did this episode of eating last? Minutes show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_PreviousHours_2
PX651201240401 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): At the time this episode started, how long had it been since you had previously finished eating a meal or snack? Hours show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_PreviousMinutes_2
PX651201240402 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): At the time this episode started, how long had it been since you had previously finished eating a meal or snack? Minutes show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Previous_Hours
PX651201120401 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): At the time this episode started, how long had it been since you had previously finished eating a meal or snack? Hours show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Previous_Minutes
PX651201120402 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): At the time this episode started, how long had it been since you had previously finished eating a meal or snack? Minutes show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Time
PX651201120100 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): What time of day did the episode start? show less
N/A
PX651201_EatingWeightPatterns_Adult_TypicalEpisode_Time_2
PX651201240100 Think about a typical episode when you ate more
this way (That is, when you ate a large amount of food and felt your eating was out of control): What time of day did the episode start? show less
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Mental Health Research
Measure Name:

Eating and Weight Patterns

Release Date:

August 7, 2015

Definition

A questionnaire to assess eating and weight patterns.

Purpose

The measure can be used in clinical or research settings to screen for the presence of binge-eating disorder.

Keywords

Eating disorders, abnormal eating, eating habits, eating behaviors, body dissatisfaction, binge eating, cognitive restraint, purging, restricting, excessive exercise, negative attitudes toward obesity, Questionnaire of Eating and Weight Patterns, QEWP