Weight-Loss Sabotage?

Have you ever tried to lose weight and felt that, instead of supporting your efforts, your partner actually seemed to be undermining them? Then you may be interested in taking this survey about weight-loss sabotage[1] as part of a study at Clark University. The survey is open to people who have been in a committed, live-in relationship for the past two years and who have been participating in a weight-loss program for the past 5 consecutive weeks. Completing the anonymous survey should take about 30 to 45 minutes, and at the end, participants will be provided with an e-mail address to enter an optional lottery for a $100 gift card. (The entry to the lottery will not be connected to the survey results so as to preserve the anonymity of the respondents.)

For more information about the study, visit the Clark University Web site[2].


This blog entry was written by Web Editor Diane Fennell.

  1. survey about weight-loss sabotage: http://surveys.clarku.edu/Survey.aspx?s=eb8b5da9-cb69-40d8-8f2c-fd4d48207f56&ForceNew=true&l=en-US&p=
  2. Clark University Web site: http://surveys.clarku.edu/Survey.aspx?s=eb8b5da9-cb69-40d8-8f2c-fd4d48207f56&ForceNew=true&l=en-US&p=

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