Brain training enabled eating focused psychological therapy to help with disordered eating, weight loss and maintenance
About this study
This is a new study examining habit, impulse control, cognitive functioning, weight loss and associated eating pathology in individuals with obesity. Through this study, we hope to learn more about our eating behaviours in obesity. We also wish to examine the effectiveness of a novel psychological therapy called “cognitive remediation therapy enabled cognitive-behavioural therapy” (CR-CBT) on weight loss, weight loss maintenance and obesity related eating behaviours.
Dr Jay Raman: firstname.lastname@example.org
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