Binge Eating and Weight Loss in a Self‐Help Behavior Modification Program

@article{Delinsky2006BingeEA,
  title={Binge Eating and Weight Loss in a Self‐Help Behavior Modification Program},
  author={Sherrie Selwyn Delinsky and Janet D. Latner and G. Terence Wilson},
  journal={Obesity},
  year={2006},
  volume={14}
}
OBJECTIVE To examine the occurrence of binge eating and its impact on weight loss outcomes among obese participants in the Trevose Behavior Modification Program, a lay-administered, lay-directed self-help weight loss program offering continuing care. [...] Key MethodRESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES Participants completed questionnaires, and weight loss data were recorded prospectively. Expand
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