Journal article

Factors of risk and maintenance for eating disorders: psychometric exploration of the cross-cultural questionnaire (CCQ) across five European countries

Eva Penelo, Roser Granero, Isabel Krug, Janet Treasure, Andreas Karwautz, Marija Anderluh, Laura Bellodi, Elena Cellini, Milena di Bernardo, Benedetta Nacmias, Valdo Ricca, Sandro Sorbi, Kate Tchanturia, Gudrun Wagner, David Collier, Albert Bonillo, Fernando Fernandez-Aranda

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY & PSYCHOTHERAPY | WILEY | Published : 2011

Abstract

OBJECTIVE: To explore the psychometric properties of the Cross-Cultural Questionnaire (CCQ), a new self-report tool for assessing factors of risk and maintenance for eating disorders (ED). METHOD: Data was collected during a multi-centre case-control study. The sample included 854 ED patients and 784 healthy participants from the UK, Spain, Austria, Slovenia and Italy. Exploratory factor analyses examined the factor structure of each section of the CCQ, and Cronbach's alpha coefficients valued the internal consistency of each derived scale score. Logistic regression and receiver operating characteristic (ROC) curve procedure assessed the screening accuracy and predictive validity of the empi..

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