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Cognitive frailty: Rational and definition from an (I.A.N.A./I.A.G.G.) International Consensus Group
The present report provides the first definition of a “Cognitive Frailty” condition in older adults and proposes the use of multidomain interventions focused on the physical, nutritional, cognitive and psychological domains for improving the well-being and quality of life in the elderly. Expand
Eating behaviors and indexes of body composition in men and women from the Québec family study.
It was found that disinhibition and susceptibility to hunger are positively associated with the level of obesity, which suggests that it is important to differentiate the subscales of cognitive dietary restraint. Expand
Health-At-Every-Size and eating behaviors: 1-year follow-up results of a size acceptance intervention.
Results suggest that, when compared to a control group, an HAES approach could have long-term beneficial effects on eating behaviors related to disinhibition and hunger. Expand
Perceived healthiness of food. If it's healthy, you can eat more!
The "weight salience" manipulation appears to influence perceptions about food differently in restrained versus unrestrained eaters, in that restrained eaters rated the snack food more negatively than unrestrained eatingers did when they received weight feedback before eating. Expand
Short‐Term Effects of a “Health‐At‐Every‐Size” Approach on Eating Behaviors and Appetite Ratings
Objective: To assess the effects of a “Health‐At‐Every‐Size” (HAES) intervention on eating behaviors and appetite ratings in 144 premenopausal overweight women.
Psychological Impact of a “Health-at-Every-Size” Intervention on Weight-Preoccupied Overweight/Obese Women
In the long-term, the HAES group seemed to present a different trajectory as psychological variables and body weight are maintained or continue to improve, which was not the case in other groups. Expand
New learning in dementia: Transfer and spontaneous use of learning in everyday life functioning. Two case studies
The learning methods used were very effective with these patients but transfer and spontaneous use were difficult. Expand
Errorless-Based Techniques Can Improve Route Finding in Early Alzheimer's Disease: A Case Study
Route learning interventions based on errorless-based techniques appear to be a promising approach for improving the independence in early dementia of Alzheimer type. Expand
Neuromedin beta: a strong candidate gene linking eating behaviors and susceptibility to obesity.
P73T) located within the NMB gene showed significant associations with eating behaviors and obesity phenotypes, and the results suggest that NMB is a very strong candidate gene ofeating behaviors and predisposition to obesity. Expand
Personality traits in overweight and obese women: associations with BMI and eating behaviors.
Assessing the extent to which personality traits are related to BMI and eating behaviors in overweight and obese women suggested that particular dimensions of personality may contribute, either directly or through their association with other psychological factors, to a better understanding of weight and Eating behaviors in obese women. Expand