Parenting Style, the Home Environment, and Screen Time of 5-Year-Old Children; The ‘Be Active, Eat Right’ Study

@inproceedings{Veldhuis2014ParentingST,
  title={Parenting Style, the Home Environment, and Screen Time of 5-Year-Old Children; The ‘Be Active, Eat Right’ Study},
  author={Lydian Veldhuis and Amy van Grieken and Carry M Renders and Remy A. Hirasing and Hein Raat},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2014}
}
INTRODUCTION The global increase in childhood overweight and obesity has been ascribed partly to increases in children's screen time. Parents have a large influence on their children's screen time. Studies investigating parenting and early childhood screen time are limited. In this study, we investigated associations of parenting style and the social and physical home environment on watching TV and using computers or game consoles among 5-year-old children. METHODS This study uses baseline… CONTINUE READING
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