Children differ greatly in their ability to self-regulate food intake for reasons that are poorly understood. This laboratory-based twin study tested the genetic and environmental contributions to self-regulatory eating and body fat in early childhood.

A twin study of self-regulatory eating in early childhood: estimates of genetic and environmental influence, and measurement considerations

Pietrobelli, Angelo;
2012

Abstract

Children differ greatly in their ability to self-regulate food intake for reasons that are poorly understood. This laboratory-based twin study tested the genetic and environmental contributions to self-regulatory eating and body fat in early childhood.
heritability; self-regulatory eating,; compensation; pediatric obesity, twins, behavior genetics
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