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Take the EAT-26
Use the EAT-26 to help you determine if you need to speak to a mental health professional to get help for an eating disorder. It will take about 2 minutes to complete.
Take the EAT-40
Take the EAT-40. The EAT-40 is the original version of the Eating Attitudes Test. The 40-item version was shortened to 26-items (EAT-26) based on a factor analysis.
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The EAT-26 is the most widely used screening measure that may be able to help you determine if you have an eating disorder that needs professional attention.

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Go to the Downloads page to download a copy of the EAT-26, as well as instructions regarding how to score and interpret the test.
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DOWNLOADS

If you would like permission to download a physical copy of the EAT-26 as well as obtain scoring instrictions, go to "Permission" page and complete the request form. The test and the scoring instructions are free.

If you would like permission to put a link on your website to the EAT-26 so that users can take the test anonymously and then submit the results for immediate and anonymous scoring, go to the "contact us" page and fill out the request for the links and the instructions.

Test Downloads

EAT-26 Test (PDF)

EAT-26 Scoring and Interpretation (PDF)

EAT-26 Test with Self-Scoring Column (suitable for self-adminstration)

Scoring and Interpretation fold-over pamphlet (PDF)

EAT-26 Test Item Scoring Key (PDF)

Article Downloads

Garner et al. (1982) Article describing the 26-item version of the EAT (PDF)

Garner & Garfinkel (1979) Article describing the original 40-item version of the EAT (PDF)

Garner & Garfinkel (1980) Article describing the first study using the EAT in a ballet sample (PDF)

Current Contents Citation Classic (1993) (PDF)

Garner, D.M. (1998). The effects of starvation on behavior: Implications for dieting and eating disorders, Healthy Weight Journal, 68-72. Summary of the classic Key (1950) "starvation study" (PDF)

 

 
 
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