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This project studied the effect of weight feedback that was provided to participants at baseline on their weight as measured at the repeat assessment. It found that participants who were informed that they were very overweight lost a small amount of weight between baseline and repeat assessment as a result of this feedback. This weight loss corresponded with an increase in physical activity.