Effects of daily hassles and eating style on eating behavior.

  title={Effects of daily hassles and eating style on eating behavior.},
  author={Daryl B. O'Connor and Fiona Jones and Mark Conner and Brian McMillan and Eamonn Ferguson},
  journal={Health psychology : official journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association},
  volume={27 1S},
OBJECTIVE This study investigated the daily hassles-eating behavior relationship and its moderators in a naturalistic setting. DESIGN A multilevel diary design was used to examine day-to-day within-person effects of daily hassles on eating behavior (N = 422), together with the individual and simultaneous influence of potential moderating variables. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Daily diary reports of between-meal snacking, fruit and vegetable consumption and perceived variations in daily food… CONTINUE READING
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