| DietMate: Computerized Self-Management for Weight Control
This paper provides a conceptual overview and description of the DietMate Program (Albert
Jerome, Ph.D. & Lee W. Frederiksen, Ph.D. (1992). Behavior Therapist, 15 (10),
DietMate Clinical Studies An overview of
five important clinical studies performed to evaluate the DietMate program and product for
various applications in health improvement. Detailed reports of these five studies follow.
- Computerized Diet and Exercise Intervention for High Blood Pressure.
This paper describes results of a Phase I SBIR study funded by NHLBI examining DietMate as
an intervention for High Blood Pressure (Albert Jerome, Ph.D., 1996).
- Phase II Study: Computer-Assisted Cholesterol Reduction The
purpose of this Phase II research study was to develop and evaluate a dietary and exercise
intervention for high blood cholesterol implemented via a hand-held microcomputer. (Albert
Jerome, Ph.D., 1996).
- DietMate: A Computerized Intervention for Computer-Assisted
Cholesterol Reduction. This paper describes results of a Phase I SBIR study funded by
NHLBI examining DietMate as an intervention for cholesterol reduction and weight loss
(Albert Jerome, Ph.D., 1992).
- Computerized Self-Management for the Treatment of Obesity
Presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for the Advancement of Behavior
Therapy, New York, N.Y., November, 1991. (Albert Jerome, Ph.D., Lee W. Frederiksen, Ph.D.,
Candace B. Frederiksen, B.A. (1991).
- DietMate: A Computerized Intervention for Weight Loss This paper
describes the initial DietMate validation study conducted with an early prototype of the
product (Albert Jerome, Ph.D., 1991.)
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