Associations between infant temperament and early feeding practices. A cross-sectional study of Australian mother-infant dyads from the NOURISH randomised controlled trial

@article{McMeekin2013AssociationsBI,
  title={Associations between infant temperament and early feeding practices. A cross-sectional study of Australian mother-infant dyads from the NOURISH randomised controlled trial},
  author={Sascha McMeekin and Elena Jansen and Kimberley M Mallan and Jan M. Nicholson and Lynne Allison Daniels},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2013},
  volume={60},
  pages={239-245}
}
The purpose of this study was to investigate the association between temperament in Australian infants aged 2-7 months and feeding practices of their first-time mothers (n=698). Associations between feeding practices and beliefs (Infant Feeding Questionnaire) and infant temperament (easy-difficult continuous scale from the Short Temperament Scale for Infants) were tested using linear and binary logistic regression models adjusted for a comprehensive range of covariates. Mothers of infants with… CONTINUE READING
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