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Motivational Interviewing to Address Freshman Weight Gain

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Motivational Interviewing to Address Freshman Weight Gain

The purpose of the study is to determine the effect of Motivational Interviewing and e-health education on body composition and psychological outcomes. After baseline testing, participants will be randomly assigned to a motivational interviewing or e-health education group for a 10-week intervention. Variables of interest include: body composition, physical activity, food consumption and self-determination theory constructs.

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Behavioral - Motivational Interviewing

Participants receiving MI

Behavioral - e-education

Participants receiving e-education

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Motivational Interviewing to Address Freshman Weight Gain

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NCT04130386

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