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Raymond C. Baker, Ph.D.

Licensed Clinical Psychologist


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Baker, R.C. & Kirschenbaum, D.S. (1993). Self-Monitoring May Be Necessary For Successful Weight Control. Behavior Therapy, 24, 377-394.  PowerPoint


Baker, R.C. (1996). Overestimating The Impact Of Food Intake Underestimation. The Behavior Therapist, 19, 91-92.


Baker, R.C. & Kirschenbaum, D.S. (1998). Weight Control During The Holidays: Highly Consistent Self-Monitoring As A Potentially Useful Coping Mechanism. Health Psychology, 17, 367-370.  PDF  PowerPoint


Boutelle, K.N., & Kirschenbaum, D.S. (1998). Further Support for Consistent Self-Monitoring as a Vital Component of Successful Weight Control. Obesity Research, 6, 219-224.  This study was a replication of Baker & Kirschenbaum (1993).


Boutelle, K.N., Kirschenbaum, D.S., Baker, R.C., & Mitchell, M.E. (1999).  How Can Obese Weight Controllers Minimize Weight Gain During The High Risk Holiday Season? By Self-Monitoring Very Consistently. Health Psychology, 18, 364-368.  PDF   PowerPoint 


Baker, R.C. (2001). In S. Yeager & B. Doherty, The Prevention Get Thin, Get Young Plan (pp. 22-24, 25-26, 27-29, 30-32, 212-213). Rodale Press: Emmaus, PA.  1




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