Professor Jackie Blissett
Professor of Childhood Eating Behaviour, Aston University.
'Psychological perspectives on children’s eating: implications for interventions'
Dr Claire Farrow
Reader in Childhood Eating Behaviour, Aston University.
'Using apps to expose children to vegetables: the impact of Vegetable Maths Masters on intake and liking'
11:30am - 1:00pm
Parallel Session A: Selective Eating
Chair: Dr Helen Coulthard
The effect of age on the association between fussy eating status and food intake in school-age children.
Parental perspectives of mealtime behaviours of children with ASD
Psychoeducation parent/carer group for parents of children with restrictive feeding difficulties: Views from parents/carers
"It's like I'm eating brains": Children's perceptions and experiences of fussy eating behaviours
Parallel Session B
11:30 - 12:15
Dr Emma Haycraft
Reader in Psychology, Loughborough University
Responsive feeding in practice: a workshop
12:15 - 1:00
Dr Manus Moynihan (Clinical Psychologist), Chloe Selby (SLT), Ali Butterworth (OT), & Sam Sargent (Dietician), MOSAIC - Integrated Service for Disabled Children Kentish Town Health Centre
Engaging parents as a reflecting team in a group behavioural feeding clinic - The MOSAIC Feeding Clinic
4:00 - 5:00pm:
Parallel Session C: Healthy Eating Interventions in Educational Settings
Chair: Dr Claire Farrow
Dr Zoe Palfreyman
Drawing on bodies with fruit; does this help or hinder fruit acceptance in preschool children?
Dr Maxine Sharps
Examining the influence of visual nudges on children's fruit and vegetable selection and consumption
Becoming "Super Snack Swappers": are motivational and volitional techniques effective at facilitating behaviour change in classroom-based healthy eating workshops?
Parallel Session D
Sarah Mason & Dr Gillian Harris
Birmingham Food Refusal Services
'Coping with food refusing infants'
Parallel Session E: Early Feeding & Eating Experiences
Chair: Prof. Jackie Blissett
Age at introduction of food textures in infancy is associated with dietary intakes at 3 years of age
Differences in parental feeding styles and practices and toddler eating behaviour across complementary feeding methods: managing expectations through consideration of effect size.
Merel van Vliet
Baby's first bites: Association of maternal responsive feeding with infant eating behaviour at the start of complementary feeding.
Parallel Session F
Dr Gillian Harris, Dr Vicki Aldridge, Dr Liz Shea & Dr Maddy Greville-Harris
University of Birmingham and Birmingham Food Refusal Services, De Montfort University, University of Bournemouth
'ARFID and differential diagnoses'
Dr. Helen Coulthard
De Montfort University
'Sensory play workshop – how to do it/what works'
Parallel Session G: Overeating & Unhealthy Snacking
Chair: Dr Claire Farrow
"If there was an apple or a cake, I would obviously choose the cake": A qualitative study investigating food choices and perceived psychosocial influences on eating behaviours in secondary school students.
Examining the role of Parent Emotional Self-Regulation and Feeding Practices in Preschool aged Child Emotional Eating: a cross-sectional study
Appetite traits and obesity in preschool children in the UK: a cross-sectional study
Parallel Session H
What is normal? How practitioners can meaningfully address parental misperceptions contributing to non-responsive feeding