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Predictors of dieting behaviour

Queensland University of Technology
Leske, Stuart ; Strodl, Esben ; Hou, Xiang-Yu
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Dataset embargoed until mid 2019. Please contact Dr Esben Strodl with enquiries.

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Dr Esben Strodl
Ph: 0421970409

e.strodl@qut.edu.au

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This data set includes the responses from 456 participants aged 18 years and older living in Australia. These participants completed an online survey asking questions about demographics, variables from the Theory of Planned Behaviour regarding dieting, self-identify, impulsivity, attribution of failure and weight control beliefs. The participants in this database completed these questionnaires at time 1 and then 4 weeks later (that completed questions about their dieting behaviour).

 

Data time period: 2013 to 2015

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text: Australia

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