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Pester power and its consequences: do European children's food purchasing requests relate to diet and weight outcomes?

Journal article
Authors Christina Y Huang
Lucia A Reisch
Wencke Gwozdz
Dénes Molnár
Kenn Konstabel
Nathalie Michels
Michalis Tornaritis
Gabriele Eiben
Alfonso Siani
Juan M Fernández-Alvira
Wolfgang Ahrens
Iris Pigeot
Lauren Lissner
Published in Public health nutrition
Volume 19
Issue 13
Pages 2393-403
ISSN 1475-2727
Publication year 2016
Published at Institute of Medicine, School of Public Health and Community Medicine
Pages 2393-403
Language en
Keywords Children; Marketing; Obesity; Weight
Subject categories Public Health, Global Health, Social Medicine and Epidemiology


Children may influence household spending through 'pester power'. The present study examined pestering through parent-child food shopping behaviours in relation to children's diet and weight status.

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