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Regulation of Eating Behavior Scale (REBS)

The REBS comprises 24 items with six subscales (4 items each) representing different types of behavioral regulation styles: three subscales represent more autonomous forms of regulation (intrinsic, integrated, and identified), two subscales represent more controlled forms of regulation (introjected and extrinsic), and one subscale represents a lack of intent to act or to self-regulate (amotivation).


Main Questionnaire

Validation Articles

(2004) Motivation and Emotion

Why do you regulate what you eat? Relationships between forms of regulation, eating behaviors, sustained dietary behavior change, and psychological adjustment

Pelletier, L. G. Dion, S. C. Slovinec-D’Angelo, M. Reid, R.