Processes of behavior change and weight loss in a theory-based weight loss intervention program: a test of the process model for lifestyle behavior change

@inproceedings{Gillison2015ProcessesOB,
  title={Processes of behavior change and weight loss in a theory-based weight loss intervention program: a test of the process model for lifestyle behavior change},
  author={Fiona Gillison and Afroditi Stathi and P. Muthi Reddy and Rachel E. Perry and Gordon J. Taylor and Paul Bennett and James A Dunbar and Colin J Greaves},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Process evaluation is important for improving theories of behavior change and behavioral intervention methods. The present study reports on the process outcomes of a pilot test of the theoretical model (the Process Model for Lifestyle Behavior Change; PMLBC) underpinning an evidence-informed, theory-driven, group-based intervention designed to promote healthy eating and physical activity for people with high cardiovascular risk. METHODS 108 people at high risk of diabetes or heart… CONTINUE READING
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