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The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review / Tanisha, Douglas; Jeffrey, Stephens; Michelle, Lee; Laura, Wilkinson

Appetite, Volume: 147, Start page: 104504

Swansea University Authors: Tanisha, Douglas, Jeffrey, Stephens, Michelle, Lee, Laura, Wilkinson

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ISSN: 0195-6663
Published: Elsevier BV 2020
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title The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review
spellingShingle The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review
Tanisha, Douglas
Jeffrey, Stephens
Michelle, Lee
Laura, Wilkinson
title_short The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review
title_full The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review
title_fullStr The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review
title_full_unstemmed The influence of attachment orientation on weight loss, eating behaviour and other health outcomes among patients undergoing bariatric surgery: A scoping review
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