Sibling eating behaviours and differential child feeding practices reported by parents.

  title={Sibling eating behaviours and differential child feeding practices reported by parents.},
  author={Claire V Farrow and Amy T. Galloway and Kacie Fraser},
  volume={52 2},
The purpose of this study was to investigate the intra-familial relationships between parental reports of feeding practices used with siblings in the same family, and to evaluate whether differences in feeding practices are related to differences in siblings' eating behaviours. Eighty parents of two sibling children completed measures assessing their feeding practices and child eating behaviours. Parents reported using greater restrictive feeding practices with children who were fussier and… CONTINUE READING

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