Maternal feeding behaviour and young children's dietary quality: A cross-sectional study of socially disadvantaged mothers of two-year old children using the Theory of Planned Behaviour

@inproceedings{Swanson2011MaternalFB,
  title={Maternal feeding behaviour and young children's dietary quality: A cross-sectional study of socially disadvantaged mothers of two-year old children using the Theory of Planned Behaviour},
  author={Vivien Swanson and Kevin G. Power and Iain K Crombie and Linda Irvine and Kirsty Kiezebrink and Wendy Louise Wrieden and Peter W Slane},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND Having breakfast, eating food 'cooked from scratch' and eating together as a family have health and psychosocial benefits for young children. This study investigates how these parentally determined behaviours relate to children's dietary quality and uses a psychological model, the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB), to investigate socio-cognitive predictors of these behaviours in socially disadvantaged mothers of young children in Scotland. METHOD Three hundred mothers of children… CONTINUE READING
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