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Session Chairs:

Katherine Bauer; Kirsten Davison

Session Agenda

T-3118-OR: Are Covert Feeding Practices Beneficial? The Effects of Covert Feeding on Children’s Candy Intake in a Free Access Setting Differ by General Parenting Practices - Brandi Y. Rollins, PhD; Jennifer S. Savage, PhD; Leann L. Birch, PhD
T-3115-OR: Toddler General Self-Regulation and Later Eating Habits: Does Parental Rule About Food Type Matter? - Neha N. Sharma, BS; Xiaozhong Wen, MD, PhD; Rina D. Eiden, PhD; Kai Ling K. Kong, PhD; Chuanbo Xie, PHD
T-3114-OR: Maternal Intuitive Eating: A Protective Variable Against Restrictive Child Feeding - Tracy L. Tylka, PhD; Jessica C. Hummel, BA; Rosara Milstein, MS; Rosanna Watowicz, MS, RD, LD; Julie C. Lumeng, MD; Ihuoma Eneli, MD, MS
T-3116-OR: The Connections between a Chaotic Home Environment, Maladaptive Maternal Eating and Feeding Behaviors and Child Eating Behaviors - Tracy L. Tylka, PhD; Jessica C. Hummel, BA; Rosara Milstein, MS; Rosanna Watowicz, MS, RD, LD; Julie C. Lumeng, MD; Ihuoma Eneli, MD, MS
T-3117-OR: Availability and Access to Candy within the Home is Associated with Children’s Candy Intake in a Free Access Setting and Frequency of Candy Intake in the Home - Julia A. Bleser; Brandi Y. Rollins, PhD; Jennifer S. Savage, PhD; Leann L. Birch, PhD
T-3119-OR: Disordered Eating Behaviors Among Obese Children Living in Food-Insecure Households: A Qualitative Study - June Tester, MD; Tess Lang, MD; Barbara Laraia, PhD RD MPH