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|Title||The Daily Reflections Study|
|Description||The purpose of this study is to investigate the efficacy of an episodic future thinking intervention to increase healthy eating and increase the reinforcing value of healthy food.
Participants will be asked to complete 4 study visits, each lasting 30-45 minutes.
Study visits will be at the University at Buffalo, South Campus
If you're interested in this study, please contact the study coordinator listed below.
|Objective||(CSR# 170788433822)Delay discounting, or the tendency to select smaller, more immediate rewards over large, but delayed rewards, is a factor that is related to overweight and obesity, poor diet, and sedentary activity. One method for reducing delay discounting is episodic future thinking, which orients people to think about positive events that will happen in their future. The proposed study will investigate the efficacy of an episodic future thinking intervention to increase healthy eating, thus reducing risk of overweight, obesity, and chronic disease.
Keywords: future thinking, healthy eating
|Principal Investigator||TEMPLE, JENNIFER|
|Key Eligibility||18 - 50 years of age
Score high in delay discounting (BIS-11 planning subscale score of <16 on phone screen)
Not taking any medications that affect eating or appetite
No allergies to foods being used
Not actively trying to lose weight
Must have a smart phone and be willing to receive texts and listen to a recording
|Disease Group||Behavioral Research; Other|