Fundamental constructs in food parenting practices: a content map to guide future research.

  title={Fundamental constructs in food parenting practices: a content map to guide future research.},
  author={Amber E. Vaughn and Dianne Stanton Ward and Jennifer Orlet Fisher and Myles S Faith and Sheryl O Hughes and Stef P. J. Kremers and Dara R. Musher-Eizenman and Teresia M O'Connor and Heather Patrick and Thomas G Power},
  journal={Nutrition reviews},
  volume={74 2},
Although research shows that "food parenting practices" can impact children's diet and eating habits, current understanding of the impact of specific practices has been limited by inconsistencies in terminology and definitions. This article represents a critical appraisal of food parenting practices, including clear terminology and definitions, by a working group of content experts. The result of this effort was the development of a content map for future research that presents 3 overarching… CONTINUE READING
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