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Westenhoefer, J, Engel, D, Holst, C, Lorenz, J, Stubbs, J, Peacock, M, Whybrow, S and Raats, MM (2013) Cognitive and weight-related correlates of flexible and rigid restrained eating behaviour Eating Behaviors, 14 (1). pp. 69-72.

Stubbs, J, Whybrow, S, Teixeira, P, Blundell, J, Lawton, C, Westenhoefer, J, Engel, D, Shepherd, R, Mcconnon, Á, Gilbert, P and Raats, M (2011) Problems in identifying predictors and correlates of weight loss and maintenance: Implications for weight control therapies based on behaviour change Obesity Reviews, 12 (9). pp. 688-708.

Antiliou, G, Shepherd, R, Timotijevic, L, Mcconnon, A, Stubbs, J, Raats, M, Lavin, J and Whybrow, S (2010) A study investigating aspects of control in successful maintenance of weight loss PSYCHOLOGY & HEALTH, 25. pp. 144-145.

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Whybrow, S, Westenhoefer, J, Engel, D, McConnon, A, Gibbs, M, Raats, Monique and Stubbs, RJ (2012) Dietary restraint and weight loss maintenance in members of a commercial weight loss organisation

Stubbs, RJ, McConnon, A, Gibbs, M, Raats, M and Whybrow, S (2012) Changes in lifestyle habits and behaviours are associated with weight loss maintenance in members of a commercial weight loss organisation In: 70th Anniversary: Body weight regulation – food, gut and brain signalling, 2011-12-06 - 2011-12-07.

Whybrow, S, McConnon, A, Gibbs, M, Raats, Monique and Stubbs, RJ (2011) Demographic factors do not predict weight loss maintenance in members of a commercial weight loss organisation In: Winter Meeting, 6–7 December 2011, 70th Anniversary: Body weight regulation – food, gut and brain signalling, 6-7 Dec 2011.

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