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Paper about Weight Status and Mental Well-Being Among Adolescents

A new paper describing the role of self-perceived body weight in the relationship between weight status and mental…

New paper: Listening to children voices in early stages of new product development through co-creation – Creative focus group and online platform

Martina Galler (ESR1) recently published a paper exploring the co-creation of healthy snack ideas with children through creative…

New paper – Capturing food-elicited emotions: Facial decoding of children’s implicit and explicit responses to tasted samples

Martina Galler (ESR1) recently published a paper exploring facial decoding for product testing with children. Tine, industry partner…

New paper: Parental feeding practices and parental involvement in child feeding in Denmark: gender differences and predictors

Little is known about fathers’ involvement in child feeding and their feeding practices. To fill this gap, Kaat…

New paper – Parenthood as a window of opportunity for dietary changes: perspectives from Uruguayan parents 

Edulia researchers at UdelaR and Aarhus University came together to investigate dietary changes in the transition to parenthood…

New Paper: Measuring basic tastes and fattiness sensitivity in preadolescents and the relation to children’s food liking

Children have different perceptions on how they respond to taste. For example, the same concentration of bitter and…

New Paper: Preadolescents’ taste sensitivity is associated with their eating behaviour

Studies investigating the associations between taste sensitivity and eating behaviour in preadolescent children are still limited. Ervina, ESR2…

New paper: Does Responsiveness to Basic Tastes Influence Preadolescents’ Food Liking? Investigating Taste Responsiveness Segment on Bitter-Sour-Sweet and Salty-Umami Model Food Samples

Earlier this year Ervina (ESR2) and co-workers published a study on the relationship between taste responsiveness and food…

New paper: Children’s sweet tooth: Explicit ratings vs. Implicit bias measured by the Approach avoidance task (AAT)

Martina Galler (ESR1) recently published a paper in collaboration with her supervisors, Paula Varela, Tormod Næs, Kristian Hovde…

New paper: How do French parents determine portion sizes for their pre-schooler? A qualitative exploration of the parent-child division of responsibility and influencing factors

Serving large portion sizes to children can make them overeat. They can make children overrule their inner sensations…

New paper: Information seeking of French parents regarding infant and young child feeding: practices, needs and determinants

Sofia De Rosso (ESR6) recently published a paper (open access) exploring practices, needs and determinants of information seeking…

New paper: The Perceptions and Needs of French Parents and Pediatricians Concerning Information on Complementary Feeding

The importance of complementary feeding (CoF) for the establishment of healthy eating behaviors from infancy is well known.…

New paper: Are food parenting practices gendered? Impact of mothers’ and fathers’ practices on their child’s eating behaviors.

Past research has mainly focused on the links between mothers’ feeding practices and children’s eating behaviors. Fathers have…

New paper: The influence of label information on the snacks parents choose for their children: Individual differences in a choice based conjoint test

Products targeted at children use several eye-catching elements to attract children and convey the idea that they are…

New paper: The role of peers, siblings and social media for children’s healthy eating socialization: a mixed methods study

Eating is More Than Food Only or why Social Context Matters for Your Child’s Healthy Development by Tija…

New paper: Can children use temporal sensory methods to describe visual and food stimuli?

Research suggests that children can use sensory temporal methods to describe visual stimuli, but refinements are needed for…

New paper: The Meaning of Emoji to Describe Food Experiences in Pre-Adolescents

Julia Sick (ESR3) recently published a paper on the meaning of emoji to describe food experiences in preadolescents…

New paper: Dutch Preadolescents’ Food Consumption at School

Roselinde van Nee (ESR4) published her first PhD paper in collaboration with her supervisors Ellen van Kleef and…

New paper: Strawberries and Cream: The Relationship between Food Rejection and Thematic Knowledge of Food in Young Children

Abigail Pickard (ESR10) recently published a paper on the relationship between food rejection and thematic knowledge of food…

Infographics: Recommendations on how to tackle nutrition issues among parents

A recent study suggest that parents feel overwhelmed wit online nutrition content about sugar and other dietary issues.…

New paper: Children as food designers: The potential of co-creation to make the healthy choice the preferred one

Martina Galler (ESR1) recently published an opinion paper in collaboration with her supervisor, Paula Varela and a college…

New paper: Significant sugar-reduction in dairy products targeted at children is possible without affecting hedonic perception

Dairy products are an important part of children’s diet. However, a large proportion of the products targeted at…

New paper: Perspectives on sugar consumption expressed on social media by French-speaking and Danish-speaking parents

 The results suggest that online nutrition content about sugar causes negative feelings and distress among parents The research…

New paper: Do Basic Tastes and Fattiness Sensitivity Influence Food Liking in Preadolescents?

There have been different studies established in the field of taste sensitivity and food liking. However, it is…

New paper: Preadolescents’healthy eating behavior:peeping through the social norms approach

Tija Rageliene (ESR9) recently published a paper one how social norms influence preadolescents eating behaviour in BMC public…

New paper: How children approach a CATA test influences the outcome. Insights on ticking styles from two case studies with 6–9-year old children

 Martina Galler (ESR1) recently published her first paper “How children approach a CATA test influences the outcome. Insights…

New paper: Early parenthood can represent either a downturn or an opportunity for healthy eating behaviours: Study results with practical guidance for health professionals

Andreia Ferreira Moura (ESR8) recently published her first Edulia paper in the journal Appetite. The paper is entitled…

New paper: Children’s selection of emojis to express food-elicited emotions in varied eating contexts

Julia Sick (ESR3) recently published her first paper within EDULIA in “Food Quality and Preference”. The paper is…

Infographics: QUALITY FOOD TIME IN QUARANTINE – different languages

In this post,  Edulias early stage researchers present 5 tips to make quality food time whilst in quarantine.…

New paper: The influence of peers′ and siblings′ on children’s and adolescents′ healthy eating behavior

Eating together with friends is not always good for children and adolescents. Eating together with siblings is still…

New paper: The ability of 10–11-year-old children to identify basic tastes and their liking towards unfamiliar foods

Ervina (ESR2) recently published her first paper in “Food quality and preference” (open access). A summary of the…

Paper on why children accept or reject foods

ESR3, Julia Sick at the University of Florence (Department of Agriculture, Food, Environment and Forestry) recently published her…