Table 1

Means and standard deviations on psychological variables of interest

Baseline

Post-Treatment

(10 weeks)

Follow Up

(20 weeks)

Time Effect

Interaction


BSR

SBT

BSR

SBT

BSR

SBT

F

p

F

p


BDI-II

9.8(7.9)

8.9(7.6)

3.3 (5.9)

4.7(3.7)

4.7(6.7)

5.3(4.6)

11.71

< .001

0.47

.63

BSQ

101.1(37)

104.8(26.8)

80.1(33.8)

76.5(21.1)

74.7(33.8)

78.6(31.0)

21.02

< .001

0.41

.65

Number of binge episodes

0.4(0.5)

0.7(0.5)

0.1(0.3)

0.3(0.5)

0.4(0.5)

0.3(0.5)

8.93

< .001

1.59

.21

EDE-Q Restraint

1.5(1.2)

1.7(0.9)

3.0(1.0)

3.3(1.0)

2.3(1.2)

2.4(0.6)

34.80

< .001

0.08

.92

EDE-Q Eating Concerns

1.4(1.2)

1.3(0.9)

0.7(0.6)

0.9(1.1)

1.0(1.0)

0.9(0.8)

7.13

< .001

0.73

.49

EDE-Q Weight Concerns

3.1(1.1)

3.3(0.8)

2.7(0.9)

2.6(0.7)

2.2(1.2)

2.2(0.6)

26.05

< .001

1.26

.29

EDE-Q Shape Concerns

3.6(1.4)

3.7(1.1)

2.5(1.2)

2.3(1.1)

2.4(1.6)

2.2(1.0)

28.41

< .001

0.41

.67


*Note: Statistics displayed are based on repeated measures analyses. Time effects also were significant from baseline to both post-treatment and follow-up (statistics not shown).

Gokee-LaRose et al. International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2009 6:10   doi:10.1186/1479-5868-6-10

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