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Food Culture in the Home Environment : Family Meal Practices and Values Can Support Healthy Eating and Self-Regulation in Young People in Four European Countries

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DE WIT, John B.F., F. Marijn STOK, Derek J. SMOLENSKI, Denise D.T. DE RIDDER, Emely DE VET, Tania GASPAR, Fiona JOHNSON, Lyliya NUREEVA, Aleksandra LUSZCZYNSKA, 2015. Food Culture in the Home Environment : Family Meal Practices and Values Can Support Healthy Eating and Self-Regulation in Young People in Four European Countries. In: Applied Psychology : Health and Well-Being. 7(1), pp. 22-40. ISSN 1758-0846. eISSN 1758-0854. Available under: doi: 10.1111/aphw.12034

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