Getting my child to eat the right amount. Mothers' considerations when deciding how much food to offer their child at a meal.

@article{Johnson2015GettingMC,
  title={Getting my child to eat the right amount. Mothers' considerations when deciding how much food to offer their child at a meal.},
  author={Susan L Johnson and L Suzanne Goodell and Kimberly Williams and Thomas G Power and Sheryl O Hughes},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2015},
  volume={88},
  pages={24-32}
}
Feeding young children successfully requires parenting skills, trust that children will eat, and nutrition and child development knowledge to ensure that foods and the amounts offered are developmentally appropriate. Mothers are often responsible for determining how much food is offered to their children; however, the influences on mothers' decisions regarding how much to offer their children--their motivations, goals for feeding and child consumption--have not been investigated. Study aims… CONTINUE READING

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Getting my child to eat the right amount. Mothers’ considerations when deciding how much food to offer their child at a meal

  • Susan L. Johnson, L. Suzanne Goodell, Kimberly Williams, Thomas G. Power, Sheryl O. Hughes
  • Appetite
  • 2014
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