A comparative controlled study of personality in severe obesity: a 2-y follow-up after intervention

@article{Rydn2004ACC,
  title={A comparative controlled study of personality in severe obesity: a 2-y follow-up after intervention},
  author={Anna Ryd{\'e}n and Marianne Sullivan and Jarl Sson Torgerson and Johnny Karlsson and A-K Lindroos and Charles Taft},
  journal={International Journal of Obesity},
  year={2004},
  volume={28},
  pages={1485-1493}
}
OBJECTIVE: The primary purpose was to examine 2-y effects of weight change on personality traits in severely obese subjects treated conventionally or surgically. We also assessed differences between the severely obese patients and a primarily normal-weight reference group.METHOD: Personality traits were assessed using 7 of 15 scales from the Karolinska Scales of Personality (KSP): Somatic Anxiety, Muscular Tension, Psychasthenia, Psychic Anxiety, Monotony Avoidance, Impulsiveness, and… CONTINUE READING
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