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Table 1 Measures used at each time point and the order in which they are used

From: Does neurocognitive training have the potential to improve dietary self-care in type 2 diabetes? Study protocol of a double-blind randomised controlled trial

Pre-training assessment Immediate post-training assessment 3-month follow-up assessment
Informed consent   
Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions
Blood pressure Blood pressure Blood pressure
Blood tests Blood tests Blood tests
Height and weight Height and weight Height and weight
Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions
Computer tasks (go/no-go, CANTAB, WM assessment and sign-up to training) Computer tasks (go/no-go, CANTAB, WM assessment) Computer tasks (go/no-go, CANTAB, WM assessment)
Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions
Buffet lunch + food liking questions Buffet lunch + food liking questions Buffet lunch + food liking questions
Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions Hunger and mood questions
24-h guided recall task 24-h guided recall task 24-h guided recall task
Questionnaires (demographics, DSQOL, SDSCA. DSES, IPAQ, PHQ-9, DEBQ, TFEQ-18, GFCQ) Questionnaires (demographics, DSQOL, SDSCA. DSES, IPAQ, PHQ-9, DEBQ, TFEQ-18, GFCQ) Questionnaires (demographics, DSQOL, SDSCA. DSES, IPAQ, PHQ-9, DEBQ, TFEQ-18, GFCQ)
  Semi-structured interview Awareness probe
  1. Note: WM, working memory; DSQOL, Diabetes Specific Quality of Life Questionnaire; SDSCA, Summary of Diabetes Self-Care Activities Scale; DSES, Dietary Self-Efficacy Scale; IPAQ, International Physical Activity Questionnaire; PHQ-9, Patient Health Questionnaire-9; DEBQ, Dutch Eating Behavior Questionnaire; TFEQ-18, Three Factor Eating Questionnaire-18; GFCQ, General Food Cravings Questionnaire
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