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Eating Attitudes Test-26 (Free Version)

Do you think you may have an unhealthy relationship with food? Take this free, 26-item test today to find out.


Jourdan Travers, LCSW

By Jourdan Travers, LCSW | June 14, 2023

The Eating Attitudes Test-26, or EAT-26, is a widely used self-report questionnaire designed to assess eating disorder symptoms and attitudes. The test consists of 26 items that cover various aspects related to eating behaviors, attitudes, and concerns. These items are scored on a Likert scale, where respondents rate the frequency or severity of their experiences or thoughts.

The total score on the EAT-26 can help determine the likelihood of an individual having an eating disorder.

Understand that the EAT-26 is not a diagnostic tool but rather a screening instrument that can indicate the need for further evaluation by a healthcare professional. It is used in research studies, clinical settings, and community screenings to identify individuals who may benefit from intervention or treatment related to disordered eating.

You can take this test here. Please follow all of the steps to receive your results.



Step 1: Rate the following statements based on how much you agree with them on a scale of never to always.





























Step 2: Enter your age, gender, region, and first name so we can provide you with a detailed report that compares your test scores to people similar to you.







Step 3: Check to make sure you've provided answers to all of the statements/questions above. Once you've done that, click the button below to send your responses to Awake Therapy's Clinical Director, Jourdan Travers, LCSW. She will provide you with an overview of how you scored relative to others (all answers are anonymized and confidential to protect users' privacy). She can also answer any follow-up questions you may have.





References: Garner, D. M. (1982). EAT-26: (Garner et al. 1982, Psychological Medicine, 12, 871-878); adapted by D. Garner with permission.