Relations of exercise, self-appraisal, mood changes and weight loss in obese women: testing propositions based on Baker and Brownell's (2000) model.

@article{Annesi2008RelationsOE,
  title={Relations of exercise, self-appraisal, mood changes and weight loss in obese women: testing propositions based on Baker and Brownell's (2000) model.},
  author={James J Annesi and Jennifer L Unruh},
  journal={The American journal of the medical sciences},
  year={2008},
  volume={335 3},
  pages={198-204}
}
BACKGROUND Obesity is a prominent modifiable health risk factor. Treatments of severe caloric restrictions and educational interventions have had minimal sustained effects on weight loss. Physical activity may have significant indirect effects on weight reduction associated with changes in psychological variables, although explanatory models are lacking. METHODS Relationships based on Baker and Brownell's model of exercise, self-appraisal, mood change, and weight loss were tested with obese… CONTINUE READING

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