The Eating Disorder Examination (EDE) (Fairburn, 1993) is a semi-structured clinical interview that assesses eating-related pathology, and yields four subscales (dietary restraint, and eating, shape, and weight concerns) in addition to a global eating pathology score (the average of the subscales) which was used for the present study. The EDE also assesses LOC eating within the past three months. Participants under 12 years were administered the child adaptation (Bryant-Waugh, Cooper, Taylor, & Lask, 1996); the adult and child interviews have been combined successfully in prior studies (e.g., Elliott et al., 2010). The EDE has demonstrated good inter-rater reliability and discriminant validity in youth across weight strata (Glasofer et al., 2007; Tanofsky-Kraff et al., 2004). In the current sample, internal consistency for the global score was excellent (Cronbach’s α= .91).