Parental instrumental feeding, negative affect, and binge eating among overweight individuals.

  title={Parental instrumental feeding, negative affect, and binge eating among overweight individuals.},
  author={Tyler B. Mason},
  journal={Eating behaviors},
Parental instrumental feeding (i.e., rewarding children with food for perceived correct behaviors and punishing by taking away food for perceived incorrect behaviors) and negative affect are independently associated with binge eating in adulthood. However, less is known about interactions between these variables and binge eating. This study examined the relationship of retrospective reports of parental feeding practices and negative affect to binge eating. Participants were 165 overweight and… Expand
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