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Publications [#277581] of Nancy L. Zucker

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  1. Madowitz, J; Liang, J; Peterson, CB; Rydell, S; Zucker, NL; Tanofsky-Kraff, M; Harnack, L; Boutelle, KN (2014). Concurrent and convergent validity of the eating in the absence of hunger questionnaire and behavioral paradigm in overweight children. The International Journal of Eating Disorders, 47(3), 287-295. [doi]
    (last updated on 2019/02/20)

    Objective This study aimed to assess the concurrent and convergent validity of the Eating in the Absence of Hunger (EAH) questionnaire parent report of child (EAH-PC) and child self-report (EAH-C) with the EAH behavioral paradigm (EAH%) and usual dietary intake. Method Data were obtained at baseline assessment for 117 treatment-seeking overweight and obese (BMI > 85th percentile) 8- to 12-year old children (53% female, 54% white) and their parents. Children participated in the EAH free access paradigm after a standardized ad libitum meal. Parents and children completed EAH questionnaires, and the children completed three 24 h recalls. EAH External Eating subscale and total scores were assessed. Results EAH% was inversely associated with the EAH-PC total score (p <.04), however, it was not associated with the EAH-PC External Eating scale, EAH-C total score or EAH-C External Eating scale. Daily caloric intake was positively related to both the EAH-C total score (p <.02) and External Eating subscale (p <.007). Daily caloric intake was inversely related to EAH-PC total score (p <.05), but was not related to EAH-PC External Eating subscale or EAH%. Discussion Concurrent validity was not supported for EAH questionnaires, but convergent validity was supported for EAH-C and child daily caloric intake. Further research is warranted to assess whether EAH questionnaires and paradigm are measuring different aspects of EAH in treatment-seeking children. © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc. (Int J Eat Disord 2014; 47:287-295) Copyright © 2013 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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