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Table 6 Measures of eating disorders/eating-disordered behavior employed in synthesized studies

From: Consequences of child emotional abuse, emotional neglect and exposure to intimate partner violence for eating disorders: a systematic critical review

Measure (Original Author) Number of Studies (n) Citation of Sources Using this Measure
Self-Report Measures
Eating Disorder Examination [60, 61] (n = 5) Moulton et al. (2015), Burns et al. (2012), Becker and Grilo (2011), Wonderlich et al. (2007), Grilo and Masheb (2001)
Eating Disorder Inventory [62, 64] (n = 4) Brooke and Mussap (2013), Messman-Moore and Garrigus (2007), Witkiewitz and Dodge-Reyome (2000), Kent et al. (1999),
Drive for Thinness Subscale of the Eating Disorder Inventory – 3 [63] (n = 1) Brooke and Mussap [41]
Drive for Muscularity Scale [94] (n = 1) Brooke & Mussap [41]
Dutch Eating Behavior Questionnaire [95] (n = 1) Michopoulos et al. [17],
Eating Disorder Diagnostic Scale [96, 97] (n = 1) Gentile et al. [42]
Adapted Impulse-Anger Checklist [98] (n = 1) van der Kolk et al. [31]
Author Specific and/or Single Self-Report Item (n = 4) Feinson and Hornik-Lurie [32], Mason et al. [30], Afifi et al. [52], Fosse and Holen [45]
Clinical Interview
Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders [58, 59] (n = 5) Utzinger et al. [33], Bardone-Cone et al. [49], Kugu et al. [39], Grilo and Masheb [37], Grilo and Masheb [38]
The Composite International Diagnostic Interview (CIDI) [99] (n = 1) Schoemaker et al. [34]
Eating Disorder Version of the Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia (EAT-SADS-L) [100] (n = 1) Rorty et al. [50]
Present State Examination (PSE) – Short Form [101, 102] (n = 1) Mullen et al. [51]