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- Sondergaard, H.A.; Edelenbos, M.
- Food quality and preference 2007 v.18 no.7 pp. 949-962
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; parent-child relationships; decision support systems; decision making; health promotion; food quality; children; consumer preferences; plant-based foods; vegetables; food acceptability; child nutrition; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... The inherent challenge of investigating food choice of new products for children is that more than one person is involved in the long-term decision-making. Parents decide in the purchase situation while children pass their verdict when they consume the meal. In this paper we suggest linking family decision-making and food choice, and reveal results from two empirical studies of vegetable-based foo ...
- Oakes, M.E.; Sullivan, K.; Slotterback, C.S.
- Food quality and preference 2007 v.18 no.5 pp. 713-719
- nutrition knowledge, etc ; food beliefs; food choices; child nutrition; school children; young adults; energy content; weight gain; obesity; stereotyped behavior; health claims; lipid content; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... Previous research has shown that foods often have reputations for weight gain that are not reflected in their calorie content. Categorical (good versus bad) beliefs concerning the weight-gain potential of foods have been shown in adults of all ages but have yet to be examined in children. In the present study, judgments of the weight-gain potential of common “healthy” and “unhealthy” foods were as ...