The Food Amount Rating Scale: Development, reliability, and validity
Implied in measures of binge eating is the assumption that individuals agree on what comprises a large amount of food. However, whether individuals estimate food amounts similarly or whether estimation of food amounts varies as a function of personal characteristics is unknown. The Food Amount Rating Scale (FARS) is a standardized set of stimuli for assessing individuals' judgment of food amounts.
Dohm, Faith-Anne and Striegel-Moore, R. H., "The Food Amount Rating Scale: Development, reliability, and validity" (2002). GSEAP Faculty Publications. 32.
Dohm, F. A., & Striegel-Moore, R. H. (2002). The Food Amount Rating Scale: Development, reliability, and validity. Obesity Research, 10(11), 1173-1179.