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Table 1 Correlations between the EDE-Q-13 and the original EDE-Q total and subscales

From: Eating Disorder Examination Questionnaire (EDE-Q-13): expanding on the short form

Original EDE-Q
EDE-Q-13
Eating Restraint Eating Concerns Shape and Weight Concerns EDE-Q total
Eating Restraint .95 .58 .66 .82
Shape and Weight Overevaluation .61 .65 .86 .78
Body Dissatisfaction .59 .60 .89 .77
Bingeing .30 .50 .35 .41
Purging .30 .28 .22 .29
EDE-Q-13 total .86 .75 .88 .92
  1. Note: All correlations were significant at the p < .001 (2-tailed). Pearson correlations between .0–.30 (positive or negative) are considered to be of low strength, between .30–.60 of medium strength and above .60 as strong