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Eating disorder is a nutrition eating disorder which occurs with voluntary restrictions in eating food. Basically, it has mental and social origin. The aim of this study was to determine the share of self-concept, impulse control and dysmorphia variables on eating disorders. For this purpose, in a descriptive study, 300 people, including 100 patients with eating disorders, 100 patients with high depression (which did not show symptoms of eating disorders), and 100 normal subjects were chosen in a purposive sampling. They were then tested in terms of eating attitudes, self-concept, dysmorphia, fear, emotional intelligence, depression, anxiety and stress. Multiple regression analysis indicated that all the three variables self-concept, impulse control and dysmorphia are involved in eating disorders. The results showed that there is a significant difference between the means of both groups in terms of depression, anxiety and stress and the normal group performed better than the two other groups in terms of behavioral control with true inference of what they are. The results indicated that there is a significant difference between the two groups in terms of depression, anxiety and stress and the mean of the group who had eating disorders is higher. The current findings are debatable in the framework of the phenomenology of psychological factors in eating problems.