Effects of restriction on children’s intake differ by child temperament, food reinforcement, and parent’s chronic use of restriction.


Parents’ use of restrictive feeding practices is counterproductive, increasing children’s intake of restricted foods and risk for excessive weight gain. The aims of this research were to replicate Fisher and Birch’s (1999b) original findings that short-term restriction increases preschool children’s (3–5 y) selection, intake, and behavioral response to… (More)


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