Transforming Your Life: An Environmental Modification Approach to Weight Loss
This investigation compared a traditional behavioral weight loss program with a weight loss intervention emphasizing environmental modification and habit formation and disruption. Fifty-four overweight and obese adults (BMI ≥ 27 kg/m² were randomly assigned to either a 14-week LEARN or TYL intervention. Forty-two participants completed the six-month follow-up assessment. Treatment outcomes between LEARN and TYL participants were equivalent. During the six-month no-treatment follow-up period, participants evidenced a 3.3 lb (SD = 9.2) weight gain. The TYL intervention appears to represent an attractive option for individuals seeking an alternative to the traditional behavioral approach to weight loss.
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Carels, Robert A.; Hinman, Nova G.; Young, K M.; Koball, A; Gumble, A; Darby, L; Oehlhof, M W.; and Wott, C B., "Transforming Your Life: An Environmental Modification Approach to Weight Loss" (2011). Psychology Faculty Publications. 30.
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