Validation of the Food Thought Suppression Inventory
Abbreviated Journal Title
J. Health Psychol.
food; measure; obesity; thought suppression; weight; MENTAL CONTROL; WEIGHT; HYPERACCESSIBILITY; METAANALYSIS; COGNITIONS; Psychology, Clinical
The Food Thought Suppression Inventory (FTSI) was designed as a domain-specific measure of food-related thought suppression, and the FTSI has been found to be associated with eating pathology, including binge eating. Although initial research in this area is promising, as it may provide understanding of the cognitive processes related to the development of eating pathology and obesity, little is known about the psychometric properties of the FTSI. In the current study, the validity of the FTSI was examined, and the FTSI was found to be a valid, reliable, single factor measure of food thought suppression.
Journal of Health Psychology
"Validation of the Food Thought Suppression Inventory" (2010). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 6975.