Nonresponse Bias in a General Population Survey of Eating-Disordered Behaviour
Objective: To investigate nonresponse bias in a two-phase epidemiologic study of eating-disordered behavior. Method: Self-report questionnaires were delivered to a community sample of women aged 18-45 drawn from the electoral roll. Follow-up interviews were completed with a subgroup of respondents. Eating disorder psychopathology, general physical and mental health, and sociodemographic characteristics were compared among early (n = 259) and late (n = 71) respondents at the first phase of the...[Show more]
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|Source:||International Journal of Eating Disorders|
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