Social influences on eating on dieters and nondieters
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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


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Thesis (M.A.) -- University of Toronto, 1995.

SeriesCanadian theses = -- Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination1 microfiches : negative. --
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Open LibraryOL17880590M
ISBN 100612075109
OCLC/WorldCa46496700

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What a difference a diet makes: Towards an understanding of differences between restrained dieters and restrained nondieters Article in Eating Behaviors 5(3) . A book of the names and address of people living in a city. What are major influences when it comes to eating? 'Social influences on eating on dieters and nondieters'. There are many individual factors that distinguish dieters from nondieters. In several large cross-sectional studies (4,8,28–31), self-esteem was found to be a strong factor differentiating teenagers who engage in unhealthy weight control practices from those who do not, even when controlled for body mass index (BMI).These same studies report that other positive attributes, . The participants' levels of physical activity also were evaluated, as were their eating behaviors and attitudes toward weight, body shape and eating. Study results. Almost all (92 percent) of the non-dieting group stayed in the study throughout the treatment period, while almost half (42 percent) of the dieters dropped out before finishing.

  6 Reasons Smart People Don't Diet available to dieters versus nondieters have consistently found that people who diet are distracted by . Theories of eating regulation often attribute overweight to a malfunction of homeostatic regulation of body weight. With the goal conflict model of eating, we present a new perspective that attributes the difficulty of chronic dieters (i.e., restrained eaters) in regulating their food intake to a conflict between 2 incompatible goals—namely, eating enjoyment and weight by: Eating disorders constitute a significant physical and psychological health problem that affects millions of individuals. Although obesity is, by far, the most prevalent of these disorders, problems involving the underconsumption of food can be equally devastating. Dieters Nondieters Milkshake Study Told every subject to drink a milkshake Half of them drank a high calorie milkshake and the other half had a low calorie milkshake They were then told to eat as much ice cream as they wanted The milkshake did not matter, all the dieters ate the same amount of ice cream However, the non-dieters ate more if they.

Application of motivation and emotion principles in weight loss programs to lose weight effectively. Effects of motivation and emotion are the underlying core factors behind weight loss success. Research has shown that motivation is a strong determinant in self-regulation during weight loss (Teixeira et al., ). Reward processing in food addiction Few studies to date have examined the neurobiology of reward processing related to food addiction as measured by the YFAS. The first study of neural processes in food addiction was reported by Gearhardt et al. (), who assessed brain activity during both anticipation and receipt of a chocolate : Katherine R. Naish, Iris M. Balodis. Further investigation of the pathways through which social support influences physical activity is important for developing effective interventions that capitalize on social influences. Positive family environments and family support for physical activity is a robust correlate of physical activity for both boys and girls [], [], [ Cited by: 2.   This is also known as “counter regulatory eating,” a term based on the observation that dieters, but not nondieters, ate even more once they received a “forced preload” (i.e., a milkshake; Herman & Mack, ). However, by justifying the “little slip,” the perceived damage to one’s diet is most likely attenuated, which Cited by: 6.