Eating Behaviors and Attitudes
Please answer the following questions as completely and honestly as possible.
How old are you?
Your answer
What is your gender?
What is your height in cm without shoes on?
Your answer
What is your weight in kg?
Your answer
What is your year in college?
How do you describe your weight?
Which of the following are you trying to do about your weight?
How do you describe your general health?
During the past 30 days, did you exercise to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight?
During the past 30 days, did you eat less food, fewer calories, or foods low in fat to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight?
During the past 30 days, did you go without eating for 24 hours or more (also called fasting) to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight?
During the past 30 days, did you take any diet pills, powders, or liquids without a doctor's advice to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight?
During the past 30 days, did you vomit or take laxatives to lose weight or to keep from gaining weight?
I try to avoid certain foods high in fat, carbohydrates, or calories.
I have forbidden foods that I don't allow myself to eat.
I get mad at myself for eating something unhealthy.
If I am craving a certain food, I allow myself to have it.
I allow myself to eat what food I desire at the moment.
I do NOT follow eating rules or dieting plans that dictate what, when, and/or how much to eat.
I find myself eating when I'm feeling emotional (e.g., anxious, depressed, sad), even when I'm not physically hungry.
I find myself eating when I am lonely, even when I'm not physically hungry.
I use food to help me soothe my negative emotions.
I find myself eating when I am stressed out (have tension), even when I'm not physically hungry.
I am able to cope with my negative emotions (e.g., anxiety, sadness) without turning to food for comfort.
When I am bored, I do NOT eat just for something to do.
When I am lonely, I do NOT turn to food for comfort.
I find other ways to cope with stress (tension) and anxiety than by eating.
I rely on my hunger signals to tell me when to eat.
I rely on my fullness (satiety) signals to tell me when to stop eating.
I trust my body to tell me when to stop eating.
I trust my body to tell me when to eat.
I trust my body to tell me what to eat.
I trust my body to tell me how much to eat.
Most of the time, I desire to eat nutritious foods.
I mostly eat foods that make my body perform efficiently (well).
I mostly eat foods that give my body energy and stamina.
Please use the following figures to answer the next four questions.
Which figure represents your current size?
Which figure represents your ideal size?
Which figure best represents a healthy figure?
Which figure would be preferred by the opposite gender?
I worry about becoming fat.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
I feel disgusted with myself when I gain weight.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
Fat people tend to be fat pretty much through their own fault.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
Some people are fat because they have no will power.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
One of the worst things that could happen to me would be if I gained 10kg.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
I really don't like fat people much.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
People who weigh too much could lose at least some part of their weight through a little exercise.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
I don't have many friends that are fat.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
I tend to think that people who are overweight are a little untrustworthy.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
Although some fat people are surely smart, in general, I think they tend not to be quite as bright as normal weight people.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
I have a hard time taking fat people too seriously.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
Fat people make me somewhat uncomfortable.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
If I were an employer looking to hire, I might avoid hiring a fat person.
0 Strongly Disagree, 9 Strongly Agree
During the past week I was bothered by things that usually don't bother me.
During the past week I did not feel like eating; my appetite was poor.
During the past week I felt that I could not shake off the blues (feeling sad) even with help from my family or friends.
During the past week I felt I was just as good as other people.
During the past week I had trouble keeping my mind on what I was doing.
During the past week I felt depressed.
During the past week I felt that everything I did was an effort.
During the past week I felt hopeful about the future.
During the past week I thought my life had been a failure.
During the past week I felt fearful.
During the past week my sleep was restless.
During the past week I was happy.
During the past week I talked less than usual.
During the past week I felt lonely.
During the past week people were unfriendly.
During the past week I enjoyed life.
During the past week I had crying spells.
During the past week I felt sad.
During the past week I felt that people dislike me.
During the past week I could not get "going."
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