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Relationships between parenting style, feeding style and feeding practices and fruit and vegetable consumption in early childhood
- J. Blissett
- 1 December 2011
Sexual orientation and eating psychopathology: the role of masculinity and femininity.
- C. Meyer, J. Blissett, C. Oldfield
- PsychologyThe International journal of eating disorders
- 1 April 2001
The results support a model where femininity might be seen as a specific risk factor for eating disorders, whereas masculinity is likely to be a protective factor.
Maternal and Paternal Controlling Feeding Practices: Reliability and Relationships With BMI
The interrelationships between mothers' and fathers' reports on the child‐feeding questionnaire (CFQ), the BMI of parents and their children, and observations of parents' controlling feeding practices at mealtimes were examined.
Maternal and paternal controlling feeding practices with male and female children
Are parenting style and controlling feeding practices related?
Is cognitive behavior therapy developmentally appropriate for young children? A critical review of the evidence.
Eating disorders and quality of life: a review of the literature.
Relationships between temperament and eating behaviours in young children
Inducing preschool children's emotional eating: relations with parental feeding practices.
- J. Blissett, E. Haycraft, C. Farrow
- Psychology, MedicineThe American journal of clinical nutrition
- 1 August 2010
Children of mothers who use food for emotion regulation consume more sweet palatable foods in the absence of hunger than do children of Mothers who use this feeding practice infrequently, regardless of condition.
Tube Feeding in Infancy: Implications for the Developmentof Normal Eating and Drinking Skills
A critical review of the literature on tube feeding and its effect on normal eating and drinking skills finds enough literature to identify a number of factors which may be implicated in later feeding difficulties and which therefore need further exploration in research studies.