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research-article | 14-December-2020

The ‘GROW Social Network’ datasets

behavioral intervention that used group educational sessions and motivational interviewing to build skills for healthy lifestyles (GROW Healthier), or (ii) a school readiness comparator group (GROW Smarter). However, both groups received the school readiness material so that the only difference between conditions was the obesity prevention intervention. The intervention group promoted healthy lifestyle behaviors through three intervention phases: (i) the intensive phase delivered in a group format where

Sabina B. Gesell, Evan C. Sommer, Shari l. Barkin

Connections: The Quarterly Journal, Volume 40 , ISSUE 1, 123–128

Original Paper | 10-September-2020

A behavioural modification intervention to reduce snack food consumption focusing on external situational cues: The case study you can't read between meals without ruining your appetite!

Currently, obesity is a leading threat to optimal health and wellbeing in Australia. Offsetting risks of acute and chronic disease and disability, a balanced diet offers a sound investment against premature morbidity and mortality commonly associated with obesity. Demonstrated empirically to lead to weight gain, consumption of snack foods lacking in nutritional value (“indulgences”) threatens a healthy lifestyle and is as prevalent as 90% in some populations. Thus, finding strategies

Nicola Brewer

Eat, Sleep, Work, Volume 1 , ISSUE 1, 65–71

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