Parental Monitoring Feeding Interactions Between Dyad Parent Child

768 Words Oct 31st, 2016 4 Pages
Plenty of researches witness different types of parental monitoring feeding interactions between the dyad parent-child. Use of physical prompting strategies, verbal prompting, modelling consumption of vegetable and fruits, physical restrictive practices, verbal restrictive practices. In the same time, literature has reported a range of varieties of these practices with minor differences in the emotional content. These practices impacts in even more different ways to children 's food habits when taking into account other factors such as child 's temperament, mental health symptomatology and children 's previous diagnosis. For example Haycraft, Farrow, Blissett (2013) observed that higher level of controlling practices such as use of pressure, incentives offering in exchange for their child eating among mothers with depression symptoms led to a negative impact on child 's emotional overeating. In Powell, Farrow, Meyer & Haycraft (2016) research, children observed to have less disruptive or fussing eating habits when their mother followed a more structured mealtime procedure, eating the same food with their child, reducing external distractions such as TV, toys and magazines. Father 's monitoring practices have also been reported as playing important role in child 's food consumption. In Haycraft 's and Blissett 's (2012) research, conclusions agreed with previous suggestions that appropriate levels of father monitoring can relate to more healthful eating behaviors, as fathers…

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