Attitudes to Food and Eating Behaviour

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Brown and Ogden (2004)
Reported consistent correlations between parents & their children in terms of snack food intake, eating motivations & body dissatisfaction
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Ball and Kenardy (2002)
studied over 14,000 women between the ages of 18 & 23 in Australia. Results showed that for all ethnic groups , the longer the time spent in Aussie , the more the women reported attitudes & eating behaviours similar to women born in Aussie
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Dornbusch et al (1984)
surveyed over 7000 American adolescents & concluded that higher-class females had a greater desire to be thin & were more likley to achieve this than lower class counterparts
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Goode et al (2008)
used data from the 2003 Scottish Health Survey & establish that, in general, income was +itively associated with healthy eating
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Mumford et al (1991)
Found that the incidence of bulimia was greater among Asian schoolgirls than among their white counterparts
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Striegel-Moore et al (1995)
Found more evidence of a 'drive for thinness' among black girls than among white girls
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Story et al (1995)
found that in a sample of American students,higher social class was related to greater satisfaction with weight & lower rates of weight control behaviours, such as vomiting
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studied over 14,000 women between the ages of 18 & 23 in Australia. Results showed that for all ethnic groups , the longer the time spent in Aussie , the more the women reported attitudes & eating behaviours similar to women born in Aussie

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surveyed over 7000 American adolescents & concluded that higher-class females had a greater desire to be thin & were more likley to achieve this than lower class counterparts

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used data from the 2003 Scottish Health Survey & establish that, in general, income was +itively associated with healthy eating

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Found that the incidence of bulimia was greater among Asian schoolgirls than among their white counterparts

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