The Feeding Practices and Structure Questionnaire (FPSQ-28): A parsimonious version validated for longitudinal use from 2 to 5 years

@article{Jansen2016TheFP,
  title={The Feeding Practices and Structure Questionnaire (FPSQ-28): A parsimonious version validated for longitudinal use from 2 to 5 years},
  author={Elena Jansen and Kate E Williams and Kimberley M Mallan and Jan M. Nicholson and Lynne Allison Daniels},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2016},
  volume={100},
  pages={172-180}
}
Prospective studies and intervention evaluations that examine change over time assume that measurement tools measure the same construct at each occasion. In the area of parent-child feeding practices, longitudinal measurement properties of the questionnaires used are rarely verified. To ascertain that measured change in feeding practices reflects true change rather than change in the assessment, structure, or conceptualisation of the constructs over time, this study examined longitudinal… CONTINUE READING
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