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Psychosocial risk factors of loss of control eating in primary school children : A retrospective case-control study

Psychosocial risk factors of loss of control eating in primary school children : A retrospective case-control study

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HARTMANN, Andrea Sabrina, Julia CZAJA, Winfried RIEF, Anja HILBERT, 2012. Psychosocial risk factors of loss of control eating in primary school children : A retrospective case-control study. In: International Journal of Eating Disorders. Wiley-Blackwell. 45(6), pp. 751-758. ISSN 0276-3478. eISSN 1098-108X. Available under: doi: 10.1002/eat.22018

@article{Hartmann2012-09Psych-55562, title={Psychosocial risk factors of loss of control eating in primary school children : A retrospective case-control study}, year={2012}, doi={10.1002/eat.22018}, number={6}, volume={45}, issn={0276-3478}, journal={International Journal of Eating Disorders}, pages={751--758}, author={Hartmann, Andrea Sabrina and Czaja, Julia and Rief, Winfried and Hilbert, Anja} }

Hilbert, Anja eng Objective:<br />To provide a comprehensive investigation of the retrospective correlates of loss of control (LOC) over eating in children close to the onset of their first LOC eating episodes.<br /><br />Method:<br />A community-based, case-control design was used to compare matched groups of 60 children with and without LOC eating. Retrospective correlates were assessed using a child-adapted version of the Oxford Risk Factor Interview.<br /><br />Results:<br />Children with LOC eating revealed greater levels of exposure to parental problems, (e.g., underinvolvement, arguments, and depression of family members) and dieting-related risk factors than children without LOC eating. Predictors of LOC eating were risk correlates parental underinvolvement, and critical comments by the family and the critical life event change of school.<br /><br />Discussion:<br />Results underline the influence of parental behavior and the impact of dieting behavior on the development of non-normative eating in middle childhood. 2021-11-16T12:36:26Z Czaja, Julia Hartmann, Andrea Sabrina Hilbert, Anja 2021-11-16T12:36:26Z 2012-09 Hartmann, Andrea Sabrina Rief, Winfried Psychosocial risk factors of loss of control eating in primary school children : A retrospective case-control study Rief, Winfried terms-of-use Czaja, Julia

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