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Figure 2. From: Family-Based Obesity Treatment, Then and Now: Twenty-Five Years of Pediatric Obesity Treatment.

z-body mass index (z-BMI) change (M ± SEM) for boys and girls in Studies 1–4.

Leonard H. Epstein, et al. Health Psychol. ;26(4):381-391.
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Figure 1. From: Family-Based Obesity Treatment, Then and Now: Twenty-Five Years of Pediatric Obesity Treatment.

z-body mass index (z-BMI) change (M ± SEM) for younger (≤ 10.33 years of age) or older (> 10.33 years of age) children in Studies 1–8.

Leonard H. Epstein, et al. Health Psychol. ;26(4):381-391.
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Figure 3. From: Family-Based Obesity Treatment, Then and Now: Twenty-Five Years of Pediatric Obesity Treatment.

Forest plot of effect sizes and 95% confidence intervals for studies that provided 6-, 12-, 24-, 60-, and 120-month follow-up.

Leonard H. Epstein, et al. Health Psychol. ;26(4):381-391.

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