Reciprocal effects among changes in weight, body image, and other psychological factors during behavioral obesity treatment: a mediation analysis

@article{Palmeira2009ReciprocalEA,
  title={Reciprocal effects among changes in weight, body image, and other psychological factors during behavioral obesity treatment: a mediation analysis},
  author={Antonio L. Palmeira and David A. Markland and Marlene Nunes Silva and Teresa L Branco and Sandra Cristina Martins and Cl{\'a}udia Sof{\'i}a Minderico and Paulo Nuno Vieira and J L Themudo Barata and Sid{\'o}nio Serpa and Lu{\'i}s B Sardinha and Pedro J Teixeira},
  journal={The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity},
  year={2009},
  volume={6},
  pages={9 - 9}
}
BACKGROUND Changes in body image and subjective well-being variables (e.g. self-esteem) are often reported as outcomes of obesity treatment. However, they may, in turn, also influence behavioral adherence and success in weight loss. The present study examined associations among obesity treatment-related variables, i.e., change in weight, quality of life, body image, and subjective well-being, exploring their role as both mediators and outcomes, during a behavioral obesity treatment. METHODS… CONTINUE READING
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