Table 1: BES Indonesian version.

1. a. I don't feel worried about my weight or body shape when I'm with other people.
b. I worry about how I will look to others, but usually that doesn't make me feel disappointed in myself.
c. I was worried about my appearance and weight which made me feel disappointed in myself.
d. I feel very worried about my weight, and many times I feel very embarrassed and disgusted with myself. I try to avoid social contact with other people because of it.
2. a. I have no trouble eating slowly according to the prevailing regulations.
b. Even though it looks like I am "gobbling up" food, I don't feel full from eating too much.
c. Sometimes, I tend to eat quickly and then, I feel uncomfortable because of the fullness afterward.
d. I have the habit of swallowing my food, without actually chewing it. When this happens, I usually feel uncomfortable because of being full, because I have eaten too much.
3. a. I feel able to control or control my appetite when I want to.
b. I feel like I have failed to control or control my eating, more than the average person.
c. I feel completely helpless when it comes to controlling or controlling my appetite for food.
d. Because I felt so powerless to control or control my eating, I became very desperate to try to control it.
4. a. I don't have the habit of eating when I'm bored.
b. I sometimes eat when I'm bored, but most of the time I'm able to "keep busy". and take my mind off the food.
c. I have a regular habit of eating when I'm bored, but sometimes, I can use other activities to take my mind off eating.
d. I have a strong habit of eating when I'm bored. It seems that nothing can help me to break this habit.
5. a. Usually I eat when I am physically hungry.
b. Sometimes, I eat because of the urge / impulse to eat even though I'm not really hungry.
c. I have a regular habit of eating foods, which I may not really like or enjoy, to satisfy my hunger, even though I don't physically need them.
d. Even though I am not physically hungry, I have a hunger in my mouth, which seems to be satisfied only when I eat food that fills my mouth, such as a sandwich or sandwich. Sometimes, when I eat food to satisfy the hunger in my mouth, I then vomit it or take it back out so that I won't gain weight.
6. a. I don't feel guilty or hate myself after I overeat.
b. After I overeat, sometimes I feel guilty or hate myself.
c. Most of the time I experience strong guilt or self-loathing after I overeat.
7 a. I don't lose total control over my eating when dieting (regulating food intake), even after periods of overeating.
b. Sometimes when I eat "forbidden food" I eat. on a diet (regulating food intake), I feel as if I have "failed". and even eat more.
c. Often, when I overeat on a diet, I have the habit of telling myself, "I've failed now, why not just". When that happens, I eat even more.
d. I have the habit of regularly starting a strict diet for myself, but I break my diet by continuing to overeat. My life seems like "in a party situation (a lot of eating)" or in a "starvation" situation.
8. a. I rarely eat so much food that I feel uncomfortably full afterwards.
b. Usually around once a month, I eat large amounts of food, and eventually I feel very full
c. I have regular periods or times throughout the month for eating large amounts of food, whether at mealtimes or at snack times or snacks.
d. I eat so much food that I regularly feel very uncomfortable after eating, and sometimes feel a little nauseous .
9. a. My calorie intake levels generally don't go up very high or fall very low
b. Sometimes after I overeat, I will try to reduce my calorie intake to almost nothing (or eat almost nothing) to compensate for the excess calories I have eaten.
c. I have a regular habit of overeating at night. It seems that my routine is not feeling hungry in the morning, but overeating at night.
d. In my adult years I have had week long periods where I starved myself. This period occurs after a period I overeat. It seems that I live a life like the "in a party situation (a lot of eating)" or in a "starvation" situation.
10. a. I can usually stop eating when I want to. I know when "enough is really enough" I know. .
b. Occasionally, I have an urge to eat that I can't seem to control.
c. Often times, I have a strong urge to eat that I can't seem to control, but other times I can control my urge to eat.
d. I felt unable to control my urge to eat. I was afraid that I couldn't stop eating voluntarily
11. a. I have no trouble or trouble stopping eating when I feel full.
b. I can usually stop eating when I feel full, but sometimes overeating makes me feel uncomfortable because of being full (my stomach is full).
c. I have difficulty or problems stopping eating once I start eating, and usually after eating I feel uncomfortable because of being full (my stomach is full).
d. Because I have the problem of not being able to stop eating when I want to, sometimes I have to make myself vomit to relieve feelings of fullness.
12. a. It seems that I eat as much when I am with other people (family, social gatherings) and when I am alone.
b. Sometimes, when I'm with other people, I don't eat as much as I want because I feel worried about my eating.
c. Often times, I only eat small amounts when there are other people around, because I am so embarrassed by my eating.
d. I feel so embarrassed by the overeating that I have, that I choose times to overeat when I know no one will see me. I feel like a "hidden eater".
13. a. I eat three times a day with only one snack once in a while.
b. I eat three times a day, but I usually also eat small meals between meals.
c. When I eat small meals that make me full, I get used to skipping my regular meals.
d. There are regular periods when I seem to be eating constantly, without a planned meal schedule or without eating
14. a. I didn't think much about controlling or controlling my unwanted appetites.
b. There are at least certain times when I feel my thoughts are occupied (preoccupied with) trying to control or control my appetite.
c. I feel that I often spend a lot of time thinking about how much food I've eaten or about trying not to eat anymore
d. It seemed that most of the time I was awake I was occupied (preoccupied with) thoughts about eating or not eating. I felt like I was constantly struggling not to eat.
15. a. I don't think much about food
b. I have a strong desire to eat but it only lasts for a short time.
c. I have days when it seems I can think of nothing but food.
d. Most of my days, I seem to be occupied (preoccupied with) thoughts about food. I feel like I live to eat.
16. a. I usually know whether I am physically hungry or not. I take the right portion of food to satisfy my hunger
b. Sometimes, I am not sure whether I know that I am physically hungry or not. At such times, it is difficult for me to know how much food I should take to satisfy my hunger.
c. Although I may know how many calories I should eat, I don't know the amount of "normal" food. for me.