Do parental feeding practices moderate the relationships between impulsivity and eating in children?

Farrow, Claire V. (2012). Do parental feeding practices moderate the relationships between impulsivity and eating in children? Eating Behaviors, 13 (2), pp. 150-153.

Abstract

This study examines the relationships between children's impulsivity, their eating behaviours, and their perceptions of their parent's feeding practices. 153 10-13. year old children completed questionnaires assessing their eating behaviours, their impulsiveness and their perception of their parent's feeding practices. Children's reports of dysfunctional eating behaviours were significantly correlated with their perceptions of their parents feeding practices and with their levels of impulsivity. Children's reports of parental monitoring of their food intake significantly moderated the influence of child impulsiveness upon emotional eating. Children's perceptions of parental monitoring of their food intake may potentially have a protective effect at preventing more impulsive children from eating in response to emotional feelings.

Publication DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.eatbeh.2011.11.015
Divisions: Life & Health Sciences > Psychology
Life & Health Sciences
Life & Health Sciences > Applied Health Research Group
Life & Health Sciences > Chronic and Communicable Conditions
Uncontrolled Keywords: child,external eating,emotional eating,control,monitoring,impulsivity
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Published Date: 2012-04
Authors: Farrow, Claire V. ( 0000-0003-3745-6610)

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