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SMJSociété des Mines de Jouac (French: Jouac Mining Company; France)
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In order to allow for comparison of behavior of participants across multiple studies of differing duration, attendance and submission of weekly self-monitoring journals detailing daily food/beverage intake and physical activity were calculated as proportions.
Additionally, there were no differences in group attendance (74% versus 74%; P = 0.99) or self-monitoring journals submitted (65% versus 76%; P = 0.26) by blacks and whites with a social contact, respectively.
Participants with a social contact also appeared to be more engaged than those without a social contact as evidenced by higher group attendance, more self-monitoring journals submitted, and more complete data collection at 6-month follow up.