How does grazing relate to body mass index, self-compassion, mindfulness and mindful eating in a student population?

Michail Mantzios*, Helen Egan, Henna Bahia, Misba Hussain, Rebecca Keyte

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    Original languageEnglish
    JournalHealth Psychology Open
    Volume5
    Issue number1
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - 1 Jan 2018

    Funding

    Prospective participants responded to online invitations from a university in Birmingham, United Kingdom. Participants were able to access a link which directed them to a participant information form, which included all study information and researcher contact details. Thereafter, participants were directed to a consent form, followed by the questionnaires and the demographic form. Once the study was complete, participants were directed to a debriefing form, which informed participants of this study and presented participants with the contact details of the researcher, if they wanted to withdraw or find out the results of the study at a later date. Ethical approval was granted by the Research Ethics Committee based within the University, and the study was strictly assessed to ensure compliance to guidelines set by the British Psychological Society.

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    British Psychological Society

      Keywords

      • grazing
      • mindful eating
      • mindfulness
      • obesity
      • self-compassion

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