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Table 3 Correlations between the ANSOCQ scales and further eating disorder characteristics

From: Motivation to change, coping, and self-esteem in adolescent anorexia nervosa: a validation study of the Anorexia Nervosa Stages of Change Questionnaire (ANSOCQ)

  Mean (SD) ANSOCQ scale 1 ANSOCQ scale 2 ANSOCQ total score
BMI 16.42 (0.75) −.29** −.28** −.33**
BMI (age corrected z-score) −1.78 (0.75) −.29** −.36*** −.37***
Eating Disorder Inventory (EDI-2)
 Drive for thinness 26.97 (9.86) −.61*** −.23* −41***
 Bulimia 13.00 (6.39) −.19 −.14 −.17
 Body dissatisfaction 33.14 (10.58) −.57*** −.23* −.47***
 Ineffectiveness 26.91 (7.97) −.30** −.13 −.23*
 Perfectionism 18.89 (6.26) −.11 .06 −.02
 Interpersonal distrust 19.00 (5.63) −.28** −.14 −.25*
 Interoceptive awareness 30.72 (9.51) −.15 .02 −.06
 Maturity fears 24.96 (6.66) −.12 .04 −.04
 Asceticism 20.12 (6.28) −.28** .04 −.17
 Impulse regulation 25.16 (7.47) −.13 .01 −.06
 Social insecurity 22.79 (6.62) −.20 −.17 −.20
Eating Attitudes (EAT)
 Dieting 14.34 (10.20) −.56*** −.31* −.49***
 Bulimia 5.03 (3.53) −.24* −.04 −.15
 Oral control 9.60 (4.79) −.22* −.01 −.14
Body Image Questionnaire (BIQ)
 Attractiveness 26.60 (8.60) .09 .04 .07
 Body-Mass 21.77 (6.79) −.52*** −.25* −.48***
  1. * = significance (two sided), p < .05, ** = significance (two sided), p < .01, *** = significance (two sided), p < .001