‘Reciprocal associations between parental feeding practices and child eating behaviours from toddlerhood to early childhood: bivariate latent change analysis in the Gemini cohort’
Open Access paper from the JCPP
Parental feeding practices (PFPs) are a key component of a child’s food environment. Parent–child feeding relationships are hypothesised to be bidirectional; however, to date, few large prospective studies have examined this, instead focussing on unidirectional relationships. As such, the direction of relationships between PFPs and children’s eating behaviours remains unclear.
Authors: Alice R. Kininmonth, Moritz Herle, Emma Haycraft, Clare Farrow, Kristiane Tommerup, Helen Croker, Abigail Pickard, Katie Edwards, Jacqueline Blissett, Clare Llewellyn
First published: 15 May 2023
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