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Concept Feeding Behavior
Academic Article Understanding and measuring parent use of food to soothe infant and toddler distress: A longitudinal study from 6 to 18 months of age.
Academic Article Temperamental approach/withdrawal and food neophobia in early childhood: Concurrent and longitudinal associations.
Academic Article Does Temperament Underlie Infant Novel Food Responses?: Continuity of Approach-Withdrawal From 6 to 18?Months.
Academic Article Infant temperament and parent use of food to soothe predict change in weight-for-length across infancy: early risk factors for childhood obesity.
Academic Article Development of the Trying New Foods Scale: A preschooler self-assessment of willingness to try new foods.
Academic Article A longitudinal intervention to improve young children's liking and consumption of new foods: findings from the Colorado LEAP study.
Academic Article Temperament in obesity-related research: Concepts, challenges, and considerations for future research.
Academic Article Consistency Between Parent-Reported Feeding Practices and Behavioral Observation During Toddler Meals.
Academic Article A longitudinal examination of the role of sensory exploratory behaviors in young children's acceptance of new foods.
Academic Article Feeding practices demonstrated by parents of toddlers: An observational analysis of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.
Academic Article Introducing Hard-to-Like Foods to Infants and Toddlers: Mothers' Perspectives and Children's Experiences about Learning to Accept Novel Foods.
Academic Article Infant and Toddler Responses to Bitter-Tasting Novel Vegetables: Findings from the Good Tastes Study.
Academic Article "The Kale Is Green" and Other Things Caregivers Say when Feeding Infants and Toddlers Are Associated with Child Rate of Acceptance.

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