NS 115 - Lecture 23 - Lecture 23 Exercise October 27, 2008...

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Lecture 23 – Exercise October 27, 2008 Obsegineic environment o Constantly inducing us to eat o As the level of education increases the level of children goes down You don’t have sex without thinking of the ramifications Should be the same with food Biofeedback o Behavioral action – have to see a consequence for your actions Behavior can be controlled through the consequences Hypertension Anxiety Phobias Bladder control Headache Relaxation have been controlled with this process o What about eating Will the knowledge of weight gain make you stop eating? Daily body weight is quite variable due to water, glycogen, GI contents Solution: observe trends o Freshman Weight Gain Freshmen tend to gain weight during the first semester Having the knowledge of your weight does affect your eating behaviors The group that controlled their weight did not gain weight
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2010 for the course NS 1150 taught by Professor Levitsky during the Fall '05 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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NS 115 - Lecture 23 - Lecture 23 Exercise October 27, 2008...

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