Nutrition Psychology: Improving Dietary Adherance

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This text brings a cross-disciplinary perspective/solution for adhering to a healthy dietary program, valuable to a variety of healthcare students and practitioners. The text incorporates both a theoretical and applied approach. Case study examples further illustrate the correct application of psychological methods. These examples will help develop the student or practitioner's own self-diagnosing skills of appropriate eating strategies as well as understanding others'. Objectives: Become familiar with four general factors/perspectives that are known to drive human behavior. Develop an expertise in identifying when one (and which one) of these factors is responsible for one's non-compliance to a diet/nutrition plan. Gain actual practice in applying the appropriate psychological strategy to increase health plan adherence. Increase knowledge of research on the best practices in diet adherence. Integration of theory, research and practice/application, with regard to health plan adherence. Decision-making and problem-solving skills in making a diagnosis and understanding which adherence strategy should be implemented. Softcover

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