2018
DOI: 10.1590/0102-311x00144717
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Concept and evaluation of food craving: unidimensional scales based on the Trait and the State Food Craving Questionnaire

Abstract: "Craving" is a motivational state that promotes an intense desire related to consummatory behaviors. Despite growing interest in the concept of food craving, there is a lack of available instruments to assess it in Brazilian Portuguese. The objectives were to translate and adapt the Trait and the State Food Craving Questionnaire (FCQ-T and FCQ-S) to Brazilian Portuguese and to evaluate the psychometric properties of these versions.The FCQ-T and FCQ-S were translated and adapted to Brazilian Portuguese and admi… Show more

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“…Moreover, full measurement invariance was found across American and Spanish participants [12]. Using a Portuguese version, one study could replicate the nine factors [16] whereas model fit was poor in another study [22]. Several studies could not replicate the nine-factor structure and instead suggested fewer factors.…”
Section: Factor Structurementioning
confidence: 97%
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“…Moreover, full measurement invariance was found across American and Spanish participants [12]. Using a Portuguese version, one study could replicate the nine factors [16] whereas model fit was poor in another study [22]. Several studies could not replicate the nine-factor structure and instead suggested fewer factors.…”
Section: Factor Structurementioning
confidence: 97%
“…In contrast to the FCQ-T, however, only partial measurement invariance was found across American and Spanish participants. Moreover, model fit of the five-factor model was poor in a study using a Portuguese version of the FCQ-S [22] and two studies suggested fewer than five factors (four factors [23] and three factors [13]). Thus-similar to the FCQ-T-support for factorial validity of the FCQ-S is limited as factor structure could only be replicated partially.…”
Section: Factor Structurementioning
confidence: 99%
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