In the article “The Validity and Clinical Utility of Night Eating Syndrome” (DOI: 10.1002/eat.20721, Striegel-Moore, et al., volume 42, pp. 720–738), the information on Comorbidity of Night Eating Synrdome (NES) and Binge Eating Disorder (BED) or Bulimia Nervosa (BN) as shown in Table 3 should be corrected as follows:
Jarrosz et al. (2007, reference # 37) reported that among individuals with NES, 5.6% met diagnostic criteria for BED and 5.6% met criteria for BN. Among individuals with BED, 25% met criteria for NES; among individuals with BN, 20% met criteria for NES.
Allison et al. (2007, reference # 33) reported that among individuals with NES, 9.4% met criteria for BED; among individuals with BED, 25% met criteria for NES.
Allison et al. (2006, reference # 26) reported that among individuals with NES, 0% met criteria for BN and among individuals with BN, 0% met criteria for NES.
In Table 3, reference # 27 (Lundgren et al., 2006) should be # 28.
Corrected Table 3 is shown below:
|Study||Study Sample||Instrument Used for Diagnosis of NES||Instrument Used for Diagnosis Od BED||% BED in NES (% BN in NES)||%NES in BED (% NES in BN)|
|Lundgren et al.28||103 NES patientsa||NESHI||EDE||19.4%||DNA|
|Grilo and Masheb56||207 Outpatients with BEDb||EDEc||EDE||DNA||9.2%|
|Napolitano et al.17||83 Obese outpatients||Clinical interview||IDED-IV||36%||50%|
|Adami et al.18||166 Obese outpatients||Clinical interview||Clinical interview||50%||24.1%|
|Jarosz et al.37||96 Obese outpatients (all African American)||NESQ||QEWP-R||5.6% (5.6%)||25% (20%)|
|Allison et al.33||845 Overweight patients with Type 2 diabetes||NESHI||EDE||9.4%||25%|
|Colles et al.36||431 Individuals, including 158 obese community members, 93 obese support group members, 180 bariatric surgery candidates||Clinical interview||Clinical interview||40%||37%|
|Allison et al.26||216 Bariatric surgery candidates||Clinical interview||Clinical interview||26% (0)||41.7% (0)|