The feeding practices and structure questionnaire: construction and initial validation in a sample of Australian first-time mothers and their 2-year olds

@inproceedings{Jansen2014TheFP,
  title={The feeding practices and structure questionnaire: construction and initial validation in a sample of Australian first-time mothers and their 2-year olds},
  author={Elena Jansen and Kimberley M Mallan and Jan M. Nicholson and Lynne Allison Daniels},
  booktitle={The international journal of behavioral nutrition and physical activity},
  year={2014}
}
BackgroundEarly feeding practices lay the foundation for children’s eating habits and weight gain. Questionnaires are available to assess parental feeding but overlapping and inconsistent items, subscales and terminology limit conceptual clarity and between study comparisons. Our aim was to consolidate a range of existing items into a parsimonious and conceptually robust questionnaire for assessing feeding practices with very young children (<3 years).MethodsData were from 462 mothers and… CONTINUE READING
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