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Although showing superior maintenance, behavioral treatments of obesity typically produce small weight losses at a decelerating rate. Rather than reflecting poor compliance with treatment, these findings are consistent with known compensatory metabolic changes that operate to slow weight loss and promote regain. Other problems associated with dieting include failure of caloric regulation, hyper-responsivity to food palatability, and hunger, which is greatest under conditions of moderatedoi:10.1901/jaba.1979.12-3 pmid:468747 pmcid:PMC1311346 fatcat:xl7yrp3eljeo5dsilgvuumpkz4