Fb2 Behavioral Approaches to Weight Control ePub
by Edward E. Abramson
|Author:||Edward E. Abramson|
|Publisher:||Springer Publishing Company; 1st edition (1977)|
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Dismantling the behavioral treatment of obesity. The relationship between internal-external control, reasons for drinking, and alcohol consumption were assessed. 72 male and 105 female graduates and undergraduates were sampled.
1975) A Behavioural Approach to the Problem of Obesity. In: Silverstone T. (eds) Obesity: Its Pathogenesis And Management.
11, 547Google Scholar. 15. Hall, S. M. and Hall, R. G. Outcome and methodological considerations in the behavioral treatment of obesity. 1975) A Behavioural Approach to the Problem of Obesity. Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht. Print ISBN 978-94-011-7157-1. Online ISBN 978-94-011-7155-7. eBook Packages Springer Book Archive.
Contact All American Speakers Bureau to inquire about speaking fees and availability, and book the best keynote speaker for your next event. Edward Abramson, P. is the author of "It's NOT Just Baby Fat: 10 Steps to Help Your Child to a Healthy Weight.
Weight management is a salient issue for women. Studies of behavioral, pharmacological and surgical interventions indicate that women comprise the majority of patients presenting for weight-loss treatment.
National Weight Control Registry members provide evidence that long-term weight loss maintenance is possible and help identify the specific approaches associated with long-term success. This paper describes methods and results for the initial 6-month weight-loss program (Phase I). Eligible adults were aged or 25, overweight or obese (BMI 25-45 kg/m2), and on medications for hypertension and/or dyslipidemia. Anthropomorphic, demographic, and psychosocial measures were collected at baseline and 6 months.
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