Ranis Cheng

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Parental feeding behaviours are considered major influences on children's eating behaviour. However, many questionnaire studies of feeding neglect subtle distinctions between specific feeding strategies and practices in favour of eliciting general feeding goals, and do not take account of the context provided by parents' motivations. These factors may be(More)
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to explore the extent to which traditional marketing theory and practice can be applied in smalland medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and consider how owner-managers perceive their own role in marketing within a small business setting. Design/methodology/approach – A qualitative exploratory approach using semi-structured(More)
The 14 Chinese autistic children studied have similar backgrounds and symptomatology to their Western counterparts. They differed in being more socialized and more aware of themselves. On the 204-item questionnaire, parents provided the most uniform response indicating their child had very sensitive hearing. Auditory hyperacuity might explain an autistic(More)
Children's appetitive characteristics measured by parent-report questionnaires are reliably associated with body weight, as well as behavioral tests of appetite, but relatively little is known about relationships with food choice. As part of a larger preloading study, we served 4-5year olds from primary school classes five school lunches at which they were(More)
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