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Self-report measures of loss of control over eating: Psychometric properties in clinical and non-clinical samples.

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Summary of "Self-report measures of loss of control over eating: Psychometric properties in clinical and non-clinical samples."

Research evidence supports the clinical significance of subjective feelings of loss of control over eating; however, limited attention has been given to how this construct is assessed. Two measures have been developed in recent years (i.e., Eating Loss of Control Scale [ELOC] and Loss of Control over Eating Scale [LOCES]), but further validation in clinical and non-clinical samples is needed.

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Name: The International journal of eating disorders
ISSN: 1098-108X
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