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Clinical Psychology and Special Education

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse

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Development of eating behavior: the way from infancy to adolescence. Review of foreign studies 8511

Durneva M.Yu.
Educational Psychologist, State Budget Educational Institution Secondary General Education School № 25, Moscow, Russia

Abstract
Studies examining development of eating behavior in different age groups are reviewed. Determinants of disordered eating attitudes from infancy to adolescent are particularly examined. Family environment and social context are general factors. Knowledge, attitudes and food preferences are individual factors. Eating habits in infancy, early childhood and preschool period related to parent’s eating attitudes; peers and social context are dominant in school period and adolescents. The most effective strategy is to prevent disordered eating attitudes in early childhood. Restriction and pressure are not effective strategies in developing healthy eating.

Keywords: eating behavior, food preferences, family environment, peers, social context, obesity

Column: Theoretical research

DOI: https://doi.org/10.17759/cpse.2015040301

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