Cynthia Kalodner

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This study examined the effectiveness of the addition of cognitive and nutritional interventions to a behavioral treatment for obesity. Sixty-nine overweight subjects were randomly assigned to either behavior therapy plus cognitive therapy (BT + CT), behavior therapy plus nutrition education (BT + NE), behavior therapy plus cognitive therapy and nutrition(More)
This study examined whether the media literacy program, ARMED, is an effective prevention intervention for college women at low- or high-risk for an eating disorder. Changes in eating disorder risk factors were assessed in low- (n=26) and high-risk (n=19) women participating in a two-session media literacy intervention as compared to low- (n=31) and(More)
The need to provide nutritional information in the behavioral treatment of obesity is now generally recognized. However, the comparative efficacy of various delivery modes remains to be demonstrated. Two commercial software packages (The Eating Machine and EATS) were embedded in Ferguson's (1975) prototypical behavioral program and contrasted with the(More)
The Tension Reduction Theory posits that alcohol is consumed to achieve tension reduction. The drinking patterns of high anxiety college students differed from low anxiety college students. Eighty-one students completed the Trait scale of the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory and the Khavari Alcohol Test (KAT). Several indices of alcohol use derived from the(More)
This study examined the effectiveness of the addition of a cognitive intervention based on individualized assessment to a behavioral intervention. Sixty-three subjects who were at least 15% overweight were randomly assigned to a behavioral intervention or a behavioral intervention and a cognitive intervention focused on changing specific maladaptive(More)
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