Determinants and consequences of fussy eating in children
This conceptualization of child health and its dimensions can be seen as a first step towards building a framework for future studies into healthy ageing across the life course.Read more
Toward an operative diagnosis of fussy/picky eating: a latent profile approach in a population-based cohort
A distinct fussy eating behavior profile was identified by LPA, which was related to family and child characteristics, food intake, and BMI.Read more
Does maternal history of eating disorders predict mothers' feeding practices and preschoolers' emotional eating?
We aimed to examine whether a maternal history of eating disorders predicted mothers’ feeding practices and preschoolers’ emotional eating patterns.Read more
Does maternal history of eating disorders predict mothers' feeding practices and preschoolers' emotional eating?Read more
Longitudinal association between preschool fussy eating and body composition at 6 years of age: The Generation R Study
Our findings suggest that young fussy eaters are at risk of having a lower fat free mass and of becoming underweight over a 2-year period.Read more
Maternal and paternal internalising problems were prospectively associated with fussy eating in preschoolers.Read more
Persistent picky eating may be a symptom or sign of pervasive developmental problems, but is not predictive of other behavioral problems.Read more
The aim of this project is to define fussy eating and to study the determinants and consequences of fussy eating in children.
Using data from the Generation R Study, the role of parental factors, such as psychological problems and parenting strategies and child factors, such as self-regulation and temperament in the development of fussy eating will be examined. Also, consequences of fussy eating for children’s nutritional status and health are evaluated.