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Table 2 M (SD) of the EDE-Q Subscales for Girls’ and Boys’ Clusters

From: Typical patterns of disordered eating among Swedish adolescents: associations with emotion dysregulation, depression, and self-esteem

    EDE-Q Subscales EDE-Q Global
  n Eating Restraint Shape Weight  
Clusters Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys Girls Boys
1. Non-problematic 331 407 .12 (.23) .06 (.18) .19 (.33) .07 (.20) .58 (.50) .19 (.23) .33 (.33) .20 (.30) .30 (.23) .13 (.15)
2. Elevated shape & weight (girls)
 Clinical shape & elevated weight (boys)
143 56 .47 (.44) .15 (.18) .55 (.51) .29 (.37) 2.06 (.83) 1.45 (.56) 1.78 (.80) 1.24 (.77) 1.20 (.39) .77 (.29)
3. Clinical restraint 37 20 .39 (.27) .10 (.14) 2.23 (.58) 1.77 (.51) 2.15 (.88) .56 (.40) 1.78 (.78) .62 (.42) 1.61 (.37) .76 (.23)
4. Clinical shape and weight (girls)
 Clinical DE* (boys)
55 27 1.23 (54) 1.23 (.56) 1.26 (.65) 1.10 (.77) 3.90 (.84) 2.03 (.63) 3.08 (.91) 1.90 (.69) 2.36 (.38) 1.53 (.34)
5. Clinical DE*, high shape & weight 61 8 2.87 (.77) 2.69 (.38) 2.23 (.84) 1.69 (1.26) 4.54 (.86) 4.03 (.89) 4.03 (.94) 4.15 (.60) 3.44 (.52) 2.97 (.59)
6. Clinical DE*, high restraint 39 20 2.19 (.97) .44 (.51) 4.27 (1.01) 2.82 (.85) 3.98 (1.17) 1.98 (.69) 3.46 (.99) 1.62 (.85) 3.54 (.78) 1.76 (.51)
Total 666 538           
  1. Note: *Clinical DE used as a description when M values on all subscales as well as on the EDE-Q Global scale are above clinical cut-off norm values suggested by Ekeroth & Birgegard [11]. Values above clinical cut-off points in bold