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KBT-baserad korttidsintervention för viktnedgång

Seger, Lena LU (2010) PPTN51 20101
Department of Psychology
Abstract (Swedish)
Seven women with obesity were treated with CBT based strategies for weight loss and weight loss maintenance respectively. Methods included psychological strategies for weight loss developed by Judith Beck. The intervention consisted of ten group sessions. Results were measured by differences in percentage weight loss and BMI, and scores obtained through TFEQ-21 (Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire). Level of exercise and regularity of meals were also measured. Results: Five of the subjects reached a medically satisfying weight loss of 5-10%. One member reached a weight loss of 1% and one member had not lost weight by the end of the intervention. None of the participants gained weight. TFEQ results indicate a change in increased control over... (More)
Seven women with obesity were treated with CBT based strategies for weight loss and weight loss maintenance respectively. Methods included psychological strategies for weight loss developed by Judith Beck. The intervention consisted of ten group sessions. Results were measured by differences in percentage weight loss and BMI, and scores obtained through TFEQ-21 (Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire). Level of exercise and regularity of meals were also measured. Results: Five of the subjects reached a medically satisfying weight loss of 5-10%. One member reached a weight loss of 1% and one member had not lost weight by the end of the intervention. None of the participants gained weight. TFEQ results indicate a change in increased control over eating behaviour, all had regular meals, and all exercised to an extent considered minimal for achieving and maintaining physical health. Implications of the results and implementing a short-term intervention on this population are discussed. (Less)
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author
Seger, Lena LU
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organization
course
PPTN51 20101
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
weight maintenance, weight loss, CBT, weight reduction, cognitive behavioural therapy, obesity
language
Swedish
id
1615887
date added to LUP
2010-07-07 14:14:14
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2010-07-07 14:14:14
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  abstract     = {Seven women with obesity were treated with CBT based strategies for weight loss and weight loss maintenance respectively. Methods included psychological strategies for weight loss developed by Judith Beck. The intervention consisted of ten group sessions. Results were measured by differences in percentage weight loss and BMI, and scores obtained through TFEQ-21 (Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire). Level of exercise and regularity of meals were also measured. Results: Five of the subjects reached a medically satisfying weight loss of 5-10%. One member reached a weight loss of 1% and one member had not lost weight by the end of the intervention. None of the participants gained weight. TFEQ results indicate a change in increased control over eating behaviour, all had regular meals, and all exercised to an extent considered minimal for achieving and maintaining physical health. Implications of the results and implementing a short-term intervention on this population are discussed.},
  author       = {Seger, Lena},
  keyword      = {weight maintenance,weight loss,CBT,weight reduction,cognitive behavioural therapy,obesity},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {KBT-baserad korttidsintervention för viktnedgång},
  year         = {2010},
}