Incentives for weight loss resulted supportive towards such goal although few of the existing experiments were able to sustain longterm e ects This paper presents a theoretical investigations of the properties that an incentives scheme should have i
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Obesity traps and incentives for weight loss Paolo Nicola Barbieri January Abs
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Incentives for weight loss resulted supportive towards such goal although few of the existing experiments were able to sustain longterm e ects This paper presents a theoretical investigations of the properties that an incentives scheme should have i ID: 4128 Download Pdf
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