Parental behaviour and adolescents' emotional eating.

  title={Parental behaviour and adolescents' emotional eating.},
  author={Harri{\"e}tte M Snoek and Rutger C. M. E. Engels and Jan M. A. M. Janssens and Tatjana van Strien},
  volume={49 1},
Parents can influence their children's emotional eating behaviour through modelling processes and parenting. In this study, data on parenting (support, behavioural control and psychological control), emotional eating, and demographic variables were gathered among both parents and two adolescent children of 428 Dutch families. Structural equation modelling showed positive associations between parents' emotional eating and adolescents' emotional eating. Adolescent's reports of low maternal… CONTINUE READING

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