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FIGURE 1: t-tests comparing CIA scores in symptomatic versus asymptomatic groups on nine indices of eating disorder psychopathology.

Image Text (High Precision): BMI Body CIA Clinical Disorder EDE Eating Examination Figure Impairment Q Scale Symptomatic affirmatively assessment binge discrepancy fasting global herbal laxative number participants percentile purgative questionnaire scores screen standard symptom vomiting

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FIGURE 1 t-tests comparing CIA scores in symptoma...

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Abstract

Objective:Measurement of disease-related impairment and distress is central to diagnostic, therapeutic, and health policy considerations for eating disorders across diverse populations. This study evaluates psychometric properties of a translated and adapted version of the Clinical Impairment Assessment (CIA) in an ethnic Fijian population.Method:The adapted CIA was administered to ethnic Fijian adolescent schoolgirls (N = 215). We calculated Cronbach's α to assess the internal consistency, examined the association between indicators of eating disorder symptom severity and the CIA to assess construct and criterion validity, and compared the strength of relation between the CIA and measures of disordered eating versus with measures of generalized distress.Results:The Fijian version of the CIA is feasible to administer as an investigator-based interview. It has excellent internal consistency (α = 0.93). Both construct and criterion validity were supported by the data, and regression models indicated that the CIA predicts eating disorder severity, even when controlling for generalized distress and psychopathology.Discussion:The adapted CIA has excellent psychometric properties in this Fijian study population. Findings suggest that the CIA can be successfully adapted for use in a non-Western study population and that at least some associated distress and impairment transcends cultural differences. © 2009 by Wiley Periodicals, Inc. Int J Eat Disord, 2010


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