Fussy eating behaviours: Response patterns in families of school-aged children.

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Summary of "Fussy eating behaviours: Response patterns in families of school-aged children."

Fussy eating is the unwillingness to eat both familiar and novel foods. Childhood fussy eating can be a barrier to a healthful diet and is associated with mealtime stress and conflict. Research has primarily focused on parenting practices in response to fussy eating in pre-schoolers. Less is known about parenting practices and family processes such as setting goals and managing emotions in relation to fussy eating in older children. This research aims to explore how families respond to fussy eating behaviours in school-aged children and based on parents' retrospective accounts, to investigate how responses change over time.


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Name: Appetite
ISSN: 1095-8304


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