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Appetite v.120, 2018년, pp.115 - 122   SCI SCIE
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Measurement invariance of the Feeding Practices and Structure Questionnaire-28 among a community of socioeconomically disadvantaged mothers and fathers

Jansen, Elena (Centre for Children's Health Research, Queensland University of Technology, South Brisbane, 4101, Australia ); Harris, Holly A. (Centre for Children's Health Research, Queensland University of Technology, South Brisbane, 4101, Australia ); Mallan, Kimberley M. (School of Psychology, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane 4014, Australia ); Daniels, Lynne (Centre for Children's Health Research, Queensland University of Technology, South Brisbane, 4101, Australia ); Thorpe, Karen (Centre for Children's Health Research, Queensland University of Technology, South Brisbane, 4101, Australia );
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    Abstract Objective Determine whether feeding practices across mothers and fathers are interpreted and measured with equivalent accuracy (measurement invariance) using the Feeding Practices and Structure Questionnaire-28 (FPSQ-28). Design Cross-sectional hard-copy and online survey design; Setting: Socioeconomically disadvantaged community in Queensland, Australia. Participants Mothers (n = 279) and fathers (n = 225) of 2- to 5-year old children. Variables measured Parental feeding practices were measured using the 7 multi-item factors from the FPSQ-28. Analysis Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) was applied to evaluate the factor structure of the FPSQ-28 among mothers and fathers from a socioeconomically disadvantaged community. Measurement invariance between mothers and fathers was examined using hierarchical multi-group CFAs. Results The 7-factor FPSQ-28 model showed good fit and was invariant across parent gender. Conclusions and implications The FPSQ-28 subscales appear to be interpreted equivalently, and thus to measure the same constructs, irrespective of the gender of the parents. The questionnaire can be used to measure or compare mothers' and fathers' self-reported feeding practices and examine influence on child health outcomes. In the current sample of mothers and fathers recruited from a socioeconomically disadvantaged community, mothers used more ‘covert restriction’ than fathers.


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    Validity .   Measurement invariance .   Parents .   Fathers .   Feeding practices .   Socioeconomically disadvantaged.  

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