Behavior modification, Diet, Obesity -- Psychological aspects, Weight loss
Obesity is a very complex problem involving dietary, psychological, social, and behavioral factors. Although behavioral treatment for obesity has been found to be effective for weight loss during treatment, results of studies to date on the prediction of long-term weight loss maintenance have been mixed and inconsistent. This study was conducted as a follow-up to a behavioral study by Zegman (1983) in an attempt to identify potential predictors of short- and long-term weight loss. Dietary, cognitive, and behavioral variables were examined by multiple regression analyses as possible predictors of short- and long-term weight loss were identified. Methodological questions were raised concerning sample size and the psychometric properties of the instruments used for measurement.
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Pearce-Lewis, Lorisa., "Dietary, Cognitive, and Behavioral Variables as Predictors of Weight Loss Maintenance" (1985). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4783.
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