Maternal psychosocial predictors of controlling parental feeding styles and practices

@article{Mitchell2009MaternalPP,
  title={Maternal psychosocial predictors of controlling parental feeding styles and practices},
  author={Sarah Anne Mitchell and Leah Brennan and Louise A. Hayes and Cara L. Miles},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2009},
  volume={53},
  pages={384-389}
}
The aim of the current study was to explore the relative contribution of parental depression, anxiety and stress and parenting satisfaction and efficacy to the explanation of variance in controlling parental feeding styles and practices. The sample comprised 124 mothers (M=36.80 years, SD=4.62 years) who reported on both themselves and a selected child (59 male, 65 female; M=6.46 years, SD=0.95 years). Mothers completed several questionnaires examining demographic information, parental feeding… CONTINUE READING

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