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Self-report versus clinical interview: Discordance among measures of binge eating in a weight-loss seeking sample.

Valerie S Everett, Rebecca J Crochiere, Diane H Dallal, Gerald J Martin, Stephanie M Manasse, Evan M Forman,

<h4>Purpose</h4>Obese, behavioral weight-loss (BWL) seeking individuals may be prone to over-reporting binge-eating (BE). However, many studies rely on self-reported measures of BE in this population, which may be inaccurate. As such, this is the first-ever study to examine the concordance rates among one self-reported and one clinician- administered measure of ... Read more >>

Eat Weight Disord (Eating and weight disorders : EWD)
[2021, 26(4):1259-1263]

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Refining an algorithm-powered just-in-time adaptive weight control intervention: A randomized controlled trial evaluating model performance and behavioral outcomes.

Stephanie P Goldstein, J Graham Thomas, Gary D Foster, Gabrielle Turner-McGrievy, Meghan L Butryn, James D Herbert, Gerald J Martin, Evan M Forman,

Suboptimal weight losses are partially attributable to lapses from a prescribed diet. We developed an app (OnTrack) that uses ecological momentary assessment to measure dietary lapses and relevant lapse triggers and provides personalized intervention using machine learning. Initially, tension between user burden and complete data was resolved by presenting a ... Read more >>

Health Informatics J (Health informatics journal)
[2020, 26(4):2315-2331]

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OnTrack: development and feasibility of a smartphone app designed to predict and prevent dietary lapses.

Evan M Forman, Stephanie P Goldstein, Fengqing Zhang, Brittney C Evans, Stephanie M Manasse, Meghan L Butryn, Adrienne S Juarascio, Pramod Abichandani, Gerald J Martin, Gary D Foster,

Given that the overarching goal of weight loss programs is to remain adherent to a dietary prescription, specific moments of nonadherence known as "dietary lapses" can threaten weight control via the excess energy intake they represent and by provoking future lapses. Just-in-time adaptive interventions could be particularly useful in preventing ... Read more >>

Transl Behav Med (Translational behavioral medicine)
[2019, 9(2):236-245]

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Are individuals with loss-of-control eating more prone to dietary lapse in behavioural weight loss treatment? An ecological momentary assessment study.

Stephanie M Manasse, Leah M Schumacher, Stephanie P Goldstein, Gerald J Martin, Ross D Crosby, Adrienne S Juarascio, Meghan L Butryn, Evan M Forman,

<h4>Objective</h4>Individuals with overweight/obesity and loss-of-control eating (LOC) may experience poorer outcomes from behavioural weight loss due to reactivity to internal (e.g., affective and physical) states that impact treatment adherence (e.g., dietary lapses). This study examined (a) whether the presence of LOC increased risk for dietary lapses and (b) the moderating ... Read more >>

Eur Eat Disord Rev (European eating disorders review : the journal of the Eating Disorders Association)
[2018, 26(3):259-264]

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Ecological momentary assessment of self-attitudes in response to dietary lapses.

Leah M Schumacher, Gerald J Martin, Stephanie P Goldstein, Stephanie M Manasse, Ross D Crosby, Meghan L Butryn, Jason Lillis, Evan M Forman,

<h4>Objective</h4>To examine whether self-attitudes and self-efficacy after dietary lapses relate to lapse frequency or predict risk for lapsing again on the same day.<h4>Method</h4>Adults with overweight/obesity (n = 91) completed ecological momentary assessment for 14 days at the start of a lifestyle modification program. At each survey, participants reported whether they ... Read more >>

Health Psychol (Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association)
[2018, 37(2):148-152]

Cited: 5 times

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