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Attitudes to food and eating behaviour revision sheet






A01 Studies Evaluation & A02/3
Parental model ­ children observe Brown and Ogden (2004) - reported consistent correlations Research support ­ Meyer & Gast (2008)
the behaviour of their parents. between parents and their children in terms of snack food surveyed 10-12…

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white women than black or Asian ­ more evidence of a `drive for thinness' among
women (Powell and Khan, 1995) black girls than among white girls.
Social class ­ it is suggested that Dornbusch et al (1984) ­ surveyed 7000 American Social…

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Cultural differences ­ Rozin et al (1999) explored
way that food functions in minds and lives of 4
different cultures (adults/ college students from
Belgium, France, U.S.A & Japan) ­ completed
survey ­ in all areas except beliefs about
importance of diet…

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Individual differences/ deterministic ­ this
theory suggests that parents will strongly
influence a child's food preferences, however,
many children don't like foods which their
parents do, for example some parents strongly
push healthy eating forwards, whilst their
children don't like the flavour…

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