Obesity Assessment: Tools, Methods, Interpretations

Hardcover | December 31, 1996

bySACHIKO ST JEOR

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Health Sciences & Nutrition

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:932 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:December 31, 1996Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning

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ISBN - 10:0412072416

ISBN - 13:9780412072413

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Table of Contents

Contents: Study Design * Introduction/Summary * The RENO Diet Heart Study * Subject Recruitment and Development * Baseline Questionnaires * Anthropometric Measurements and Interpretations * Definitions of Obesity and Healthy Weight Height and Weight Indices * Circumferences and Bioimpendance * The Reliability of Self-Reported Weight and Weight Fluctuation Measurements * Physiological and Genetic Measurements * Insulin Resistance and the Obesity Syndrome * Blood Pressure and Pulse Adiposity, Lipid Profiles, and Alipoproteins * Fatty Acids and Fuel Partitioning in Obesity * The Future of Genetic Markers * Physical Activity and Energy Expenditure Assessments * Activity Questionnaires in Obesity Assessment * Activity Records * Activity Monitors * Resting Energy Expenditure, Respiratory Quotients and Thermic Effect on Food * Dietary Intake Assessments * 24-Hour Dietary Recall * 7-Day Food Records * Food Frequency Questionnaires * Baseline Nutrition Questionnaire * Dietary Products and Supplements * Diet Quality: The Food Habits Questionnaire * Assessments of Attitudes, Eating and Dieting Behaviors * The Eating-Self Efficacy Scale * Nutrition Attitude Survey * Binge Eating Scale * The Three-Factor Eating Questionnaire (Eating Inventory) * Dieting Behaviors * Personality and Psychological Assessments * The Symptom Checklist-90-R * Locus of Control * The Family Adaptability & Cohesion Evaluation Scale * Recent Life Changes and Weight Control * The Social Support Questionnaire: Risk Reduction * The Self Pluralism Scale: A Measure of Psychological Variability * The Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale Assessments of Emotions and Stress * The State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory * Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale * The Perceived Stress Scale * Buss Durkee Hostility Questionnaire * Interrelationships * Health and Family History * The Assessment of Alcohol and Tobacco in Health-Related Research * The D2 Dopamine Receptor Gene: Obesity, Smoking and Mood Interrelationships Among Measures of Adiposity and Associations with Blood Pressure Assessing Changes * Update and Check-In Questionnaires * Weight Cycling Questionnaire * The Semi-Structured Interview for Weight Changes * Measures of Weight Change and Weight Fluctuations * Assessing Relations with Change * Statistical Modeling * Appendixes

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This book provides reference points for researcher, clinicians and educators for assessing obesity in different individuals and populations. It serves as a ready reference for selected measures of weight, nutrition and dietary intake, activity and exercise, behavior, well-being, and disease risk relationships. It presents assessment tools, along with their applications and practical interpretations. Emphasis is given to the differences by age, gender, weight status and the many interrelated variables that contribute to the development and/or exacerbation of the obese state. Comprehensive coverage includes: a series of baseline assessment questionnaires, designed to assess activity, nutrition, health, demographics and weight; descriptions of methodology and reference standards for age, gender and weight related variables relative to a healthy population of adults; state-of-the-art measurements of nutrition and dietary intake assessments; the methodology and assessment of sleep activity and exercise in normal and obese men and women; selected questionnaires to assess the behavior and health of obese and normal weight individuals, particularly in their predictive value for successful weight maintenance; routine measures of laboratory assessment, presenting normative values for which to compare obese and normal weight healthy individuals; special procedures and considerations unique to epidemiological studies and maintaining subject participation and compliance.