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Relation of childhood malnutrition to parental education and mothers' nutrition related KAP / MC Gupta; M Mehrotra; S Arora; M Saran.-- p.269-274.-- En: Indian Journal of Pediatrics.-- 58, 2 (1991)
ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   PESO CORPORAL   NIÑO   NUTRICION DEL NIÑO   INFANTE   ESCOLARIDAD   EDUCACION EN SALUD   ISLAMISMO   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   MADRES   NUTRICION   TRASTORNOS NUTRICIONALES   PADRES
Categoría geográfica: INDIA  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Mothers' mental illness and child behavior problems: cause-effect association or observation bias? / JM Najman; GM Williams; J Nikles; S Spence; W Bor; M O'Callaghan; R Le Brocque; MJ Andersen.-- p.592-602.-- En: Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry.-- 39, 5 (2000)
ADOLESCENCIA   ANSIEDAD   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   TRASTORNOS DE LA CONDUCTA INFANTIL   INFANTE   ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO   DEPRESION INVOLUTIVA   ESTUDIOS DE SEGUIMIENTO   MADRES   ESTUDIOS PROSPECTIVOS   REPRODUCIBILIDAD DE RESULTADOS   SENSIBILIDAD Y ESPECIFICIDAD
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Psychosocial outcome of children evaluated for short stature / GD Zimet; R Owens; W Dahms; M Cutler; M Litvene; L Cuttler.-- p.1017-1023.-- En: Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.-- 151, 10 (1997)
ADAPTACION PSICOLOGICA   ADOLESCENCIA   ADULTO   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   ESTATURA   IMAGEN CORPORAL   PSICOLOGIA INFANTIL   ESCOLARIDAD   ESTUDIOS DE SEGUIMIENTO   TRASTORNOS DEL CRECIMIENTO   TESTS DE INTELIGENCIA   CUESTIONARIO   AUTOIMAGEN   ESTRES PSICOLOGICO   RESULTADO DEL TRATAMIENTO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Care giver perception of children's obesity-related health risk: a study of African American families / D Young Hyman; LJ Herman; DL Scott; DG Schlundt.-- p.241-248.-- En: Obesity Research.-- 8, 3 (2000)
ADULTO   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   NEGROS   INDICE DE MASA CORPORAL   CUIDADORES   NIÑO   INFANTE   DIABETES MELLITUS   EJERCICIO   CONDUCTA ALIMENTARIA   TEST DE TOLERANCIA A LA GLUCOSA   GLUCOSURIA   ENTREVISTAS   ANALISIS MULTIVARIADO   OBESIDAD   PERCEPCION   ANALISIS DE REGRESION   FACTORES DE RIESGO   CLASE SOCIAL
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Public awareness of the risks of drinking alcohol during pregnancy: the effects of a television campaign. Child Health Committee, Manitoba Medical Association / OG Casiro; RS Stanwick; A Pelech; V Taylor.-- p.23-27.-- En: Canadian Journal of Public Health.-- 85, 1 (1994)
ADOLESCENCIA   ADULTO   CONSUMO DE BEBIDAS ALCOHOLICAS   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO   PROMOCION DE LA SALUD   MEDIA EDAD   EMBARAZO   OPINION PUBLICA   CUESTIONARIO   TELEVISION
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Implementing nutrition programs: lessons from an unheeded literature / JO Field.-- p.143-172.-- En: Annual Review of Nutrition.-- 5 (1985)
ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   CONDUCTA   COMUNICACION   PRESTACION DE ATENCION DE SALUD   PAISES EN DESARROLLO   SERVICIOS DIETETICOS   NUTRICION   TRASTORNOS NUTRICIONALES   OPINION PUBLICA   POLITICA SOCIAL   FACTORES DE TIEMPO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Domestic violence, parents' view of their infant, and risk for child abuse / WM McGuigan; S Vuchinich; CC Pratt.-- p.613-624.-- En: J Fam Psychol.-- 14, 4 (2000)
ANALISIS DE VARIANZA   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   NIÑO   MALTRATO A LOS NIÑOS   SALUD DE LA FAMILIA   POLITICA DE SALUD   INDICADORES DE SALUD   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   TAMIZAJE MASIVO   MODELOS PSICOLOGICOS   NEGATIVISMO   RELACIONES PADRES-HIJO   PADRES   ANALISIS DE REGRESION   FACTORES DE RIESGO   MALTRATO CONYUGAL
Categoría geográfica: OREGON  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    This investigation used longitudinal data from 181 couples with firstborn infants to test the hypothesis that parents' negative cognitions about the child mediate the effect of domestic violence on risk of child abuse. Analysis of covariance showed that mothers and fathers who experienced domestic violence during the 1st year of their child's life developed a significantly more negative view of their child. Hierarchical regressions showed that the effect of domestic violence on the family's risk of child abuse was mediated by the mother's and father's negative views of the child. Intervention and prevention applications are discussed.

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Framing of nutrition education messages in persuading consumers of the advantages of a healthy diet / P van Assema; M Martens; RA Ruiter; J Brug.-- p. 435-442.-- En: Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics.-- 14, 6 (2001)
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ADULTO   ANCIANO   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   SATISFACCION DE LOS CONSUMIDORES   DIETA CON RESTRICCION DE GRASAS   FEMENINO   EDUCACION EN SALUD   HUMANO   MASCULINO   MEDIA EDAD   NUTRICION   COMUNICACION PERSUASIVA   DISTRIBUCION ALEATORIA
Categoría geográfica: PAISES BAJOS  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
Tipo de Material:
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    Educational dietary messages can stress either the positive consequences of performing a recommended dietary behaviour (positive frame) or the negative consequences of not performing a recommended dietary behaviour (negative frame). From studies on other health behaviours, there is evidence that positive frames have a stronger impact in encouraging preventive behaviours than negative frames. The main hypothesis of the present study was therefore that positively framed messages on eating a low-fat diet and eating enough fruit and vegetables (F & V) are more persuasive than negatively framed messages. METHODS: In a 2 (Frame: positive vs. negative) x 2 (Dietary behaviour: fat vs. F & V) design, 152 adult respondents randomly received one of four messages. Subsequently, they completed a questionnaire measuring cognitive attitude, affective attitude and intention to change the dietary behaviours. RESULTS: No significant differences in attitudes and intentions were found between the positive frame conditions and the negative frame conditions. CONCLUSIONS: Based on the current study no advice can be given yet to dietitians and other nutrition educators about whether they should emphasize the positive consequences of a dietary change or the negative consequences of not making the dietary change.

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Procedimientos de asesoría rápida para programas de nutrición y atención primaria de salud: enfoques antropológicos para mejorar la efectividad de los programas=Rapid assessment procedures for nutrition and primary health care : anthropological approaches to improving programme effectiveness / SCM Scrimshaw; E Hurtado .--Los Angeles : Universidad de las Naciones Unidas; Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancia; Centro de Estudios Latinoamericanos de UCLA, 1988.-- xii, 99 p..- Serie: Referencias11
ISBN 0-87903-113-1
ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   METODOS DE INVESTIGACION   ATENCION MEDICA   PROGRAMAS DE NUTRICION
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Psychosocial influences on weight gain attitudes and behaviors during pregnancy / JA Dipietro; S Millet; KA Costigan; E Gurewitsch; LE Caulfield.-- pp. 1314-19.-- En: Journal of The American Dietetic Association.-- 103, 10 (2003)
EMBARAZO   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   APOYO SOCIAL   ANSIEDAD   AUMENTO DE PESO   CONDUCTA MATERNA   GANANCIA DE PESO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    OBJECTIVE: To examine pregnant women's weight-related attitudes and behaviors in relation to a constellation of psychosocial characteristics, prepregnancy body habitus, and gestational weight gain. PARTICIPANTS: One hundred-thirty women with low-risk, normal pregnancies. DESIGN: Cross-sectional, observational study assessed attitudes about weight gain at 36 weeks' gestation. Psychosocial characteristics, including anxiety, depression, social support, emotionality, and pregnancy-specific and nonspecific stress appraisal were assessed between 28 and 36 weeks' gestation. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS PERFORMED: Principal components factor analysis, Pearson correlations, t tests, and analysis of variance. RESULT: A range of positive and negative attitudes about weight gain was expressed. Twenty-one percent (n=27) of the sample endorsed at least one weight-restrictive behavior during pregnancy. Women who reported more weight-restrictive behaviors were more anxious (r=.24, P<.01), depressed (r=.29,P<.001), angry (r=.29, P<.001), stressed (r=.23, P<.01), and felt less uplifted (r=-.21, P<.05) about their pregnancies in general. Higher Positive Pregnancy Body Image scores were associated with feeling better about the pregnancy in general (r=.35, P<.001), fewer depressive symptoms, and less anger (both r=.20, both P<.01). Women who were self conscious about their weight gain felt more hassled by their pregnancies (r=.21, P<.05), greater anger (r=.21, P<.05), and more support from partners (r=.22, P<.05). Prepregnancy body mass index was unrelated, but negative attitudes about weight gain existed even among women who gained within recommended ranges.

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UK consumer perceptions of starchy foods / K Stubenitsky; DJ Mela.-- pp. 277-85.-- En: British Journal of Nutrition.-- 83, 3 (2000)
CARBOHIDRATOS EN LA DIETA   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   CLASE SOCIAL   ENCUESTAS SOBRE DIETAS
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    To gain an understanding of UK consumer attitudes and beliefs regarding starchy foods and their dietary role, a questionnaire based on the theory of planned behaviour was developed and sent out to a UK consumer sample (n 800). The content focused on attitudes and beliefs towards starchy foods, perceived barriers towards increasing their intake (e.g. cost, habit, social influences), perceptions of personal and recommended starchy food intake, intention to increase starchy food intakes in the future and socio-demographic information. Responses (n 414) indicated that consumers have highly divergent attitudes and beliefs regarding starchy foods. These foods are seen as nutritious and good for one's health, but also as high in energy and not helping to control weight, and the overall intention to increase starchy food intake was extremely low.....Continúa.

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Influence of parental attitudes in the development of children eating behaviour / S Scaglioni; M Salvioni; C Galimberti.-- pp. S22-5.-- En: British Journal of Nutrition.-- 99, Suppl 1 (2008)
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CONDUCTA ALIMENTARIA   CONDUCTA INFANTIL   ACTITUD FRENTE A LA SALUD   PREFERENCIAS ALIMENTARIAS   SALUD DE LA FAMILIA   PATRIA POTESTAD   RELACIONES PADRES-HIJO   NIÑO
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    The present paper is a review of available data on effects of parental feeding attitudes and styles on child nutritional behaviour. Food preferences develop from genetically determined predispositions to like sweet and salty flavours and to dislike bitter and sour tastes. There is evidence for existence of some innate, automatic mechanism that regulate appetite. However, from birth genetic predispositions are modified by experience. There are mechanisms of taste development: mere exposure, medicine effect, flavour learning, flavour nutrient learning......Continua.

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