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The purpose of this graduate student research study is to is to examine the effects of mindful eating education on increasing satiety signals.
Reasons for conducting the study: Add to the body of knowledge on the science of mindful eating.
The procedures include:
- The subject will be asked to meet the student investigators at the Loma Linda Student Pavilion, sign an informed consent form, sign in, and provide an email address and phone number.
- After the initial briefing, the subject will be asked to eat their meal with an investigator present.
- The subject will inform the investigator verbally when they are feeling full.
- After the subject decides to end their meal, the subject will be asked to fill out a questionnaire and be reminded to bring the same meal the following week.
- The subject will be asked to meet the student investigators at the Loma Linda Student Pavilion with the same meal as the previous week.
- After receiving a brief education session, the subject will be asked to eat their meal with an investigator present.
- The subject must inform the investigator verbally when they are feeling full.
- After the subject has decided to end their meal, they will be asked to fill out a questionnaire and be reminded to meet the investigator at the same time the following week.
- The subject will be asked to meet the student investigators at the Loma Linda Student Pavilion.
- The subject will be asked to complete a follow-up survey on the study.
mindful education on eating
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Loma Linda University
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-07-10T20:09:03-0400
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