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Eating

The following variables relate to Eating:

Selection Variable Info Dataset
RE_1 I take small helpings in an effort to control my weight Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_2 I hold back at meals in an attempt to prevent weight gain Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_3 I limit the amount of food I eat in an effort to control my weight Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_4 I sometimes avoid eating in an attempt to control my weight Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_5 I skip meals in an effort to control my weight Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_6 I eat diet foods in an effort to control my weight Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_7 I count calories to try to prevent wait gain Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_8 I sometimes eat only one or two meals a day to try to limit my weight Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
RE_9 I eat low-calorie foods in an effort to avoid weight gain Objectification in women's daily lives Study 1
EDE-Q_1 Eaten an unusually large amount of food Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_2 Had a sense of lost control over your eating Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_3 Purposely made yourself sick (vomited) Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_4 Used laxatives, diet pills, or diuretics Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_5 Exercised in a "driven" or "compulsive" way Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_6 Tried to limit the amount of food you ate Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_7 Purposely gone without eating anything at all Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_8 None of the above Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_10 Have you been deliberately trying to limit the amount of food you eat to influence your shape or weight (whether or not you have succeeded)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_11 Have 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? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_12 Have 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_13 Have 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_14 Have you had a definite desire to have an empty stomach with the aim of influencing your shape or weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_15 Has 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_16 Has 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_17 Have you had a definite fear of losing control over eating? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_18 Have you had a definite fear that you might gain weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_19 Have you felt fat? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_20 Have you had a strong desire to lose weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
b_EDEQ1_12 Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_21 Over 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)? Please enter a number only. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_22 On how many of these times did you have a sense of having lost control over your eating (at the time that you were eating)? Please enter a number only. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_23 Over 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_24 Over the past 28 days, how many times have you made yourself sick (vomit) as a means of controlling your shape or weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_25 Over the past 28 days, how many times have you taken laxatives as a means of controlling your shape or weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_26 Over 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? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_27 Over the past 28 days, on how many days have you eaten in secret (ie, furtively)? Do not count episodes of binge eating Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_28 On 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 eating Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_29 Over the past 28 days, how concerned have you been about other people seeing you eat? Do not count episodes of binge eating. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_30 Has your weight influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_31 Has your shape influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_32 How 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? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_33 How dissatisfied have you been with your weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_34 How dissatisfied have you been with your shape? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_35 How 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
ERE-Q_36 How uncomfortable have you felt about others seeing your shape or figure (for example, in communal changing rooms, when swimming, or wearing tight clothes)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 2
EDE-Q_1 Eaten an unusually large amount of food Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_2 Had a sense of lost control over your eating Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_3 Purposely made yourself sick (vomited) Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_4 Used laxatives, diet pills, or diuretics Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_5 Exercised in a "driven" or "compulsive" way Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_6 Tried to limit the amount of food you ate Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_7 Purposely gone without eating anything at all Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
EDE-Q_8 None of the above Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_10 Have you been deliberately trying to limit the amount of food you eat to influence your shape or weight (whether or not you have succeeded)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_11 Have 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? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_12 Have 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_13 Have 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_14 Have you had a definite desire to have an empty stomach with the aim of influencing your shape or weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_15 Has 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_16 Has 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
b_EDEQ1_12 Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_17 Have you had a definite fear of losing control over eating? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_18 Have you had a definite fear that you might gain weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_19 Have you felt fat? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_20 Have you had a strong desire to lose weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_21 Over 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)? Please enter a number only. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_22 On how many of these times did you have a sense of having lost control over your eating (at the time that you were eating)? Please enter a number only. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_23 Over 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_24 Over the past 28 days, how many times have you made yourself sick (vomit) as a means of controlling your shape or weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_25 Over the past 28 days, how many times have you taken laxatives as a means of controlling your shape or weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_26 Over 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? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_27 Over the past 28 days, on how many days have you eaten in secret (ie, furtively)? Do not count episodes of binge eating Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_28 On 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 eating Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_29 Over the past 28 days, how concerned have you been about other people seeing you eat? Do not count episodes of binge eating. Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_30 Has your weight influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_31 Has your shape influenced how you think about (judge) yourself as a person? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_32 How 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? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_33 How dissatisfied have you been with your weight? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_34 How dissatisfied have you been with your shape? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_35 How 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)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
ERE-Q_36 How uncomfortable have you felt about others seeing your shape or figure (for example, in communal changing rooms, when swimming, or wearing tight clothes)? Objectification in women's daily lives Study 3
PDSQ_1 In the last 2 weeks, have you felt sad or depressed? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_2 For the past 2 weeks, have you felt sad or depressed almost every day for most of the day? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_3 In the last 2 weeks, did you have less pleasure in almost everything that you normally enjoy? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_4 During the last 2 weeks, were you less interested in almost all of the activities you are usually interested in? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_5 Has your appetite been significantly lower than usual almost every day for the past 2 weeks? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_6 Has your appetite been significantly higher than usual almost every day for the past 2 weeks? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_7 For the past 2 weeks, have you slept at least 1 or 2 hours less than usual almost every day? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_8 For the past 2 weeks, did you sleep at least 1 or 2 hours more than usual almost every day? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_9 For the past 2 weeks, have you felt irritable and restless almost every day, and had a lot of difficulty sitting quietly in a chair? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_10 Have you felt tired almost every day for the past 2 weeks? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_11 In the last 2 weeks, have you often felt guilty about things you had done? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_12 For the past 2 weeks, have you felt worthless or had negative thoughts about yourself almost every day? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_13 Have you felt like a failure almost every day for the last 2 weeks? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_14 Did you have concentration problems almost every day for the past 2 weeks? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_15 For the past 2 weeks, has making decisions been more difficult than usual almost every day? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_16 During the last 2 weeks, did you often think about dying in a passive way such as "going to sleep and not waking up"? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_17 For the past 2 weeks, did you wish you were dead? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_18 For the past 2 weeks, have you thought you'd be better off dead? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_19 In the past 2 weeks, did you have thoughts of suicide even though you wouldn't actually do it? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_20 In the past 2 weeks, have you seriously considered committing suicide? Leuven BPD study
PDSQ_21 In the past 2 weeks, have you been thinking about a specific way to commit suicide? Leuven BPD study

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