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Risco psicossocial familiar, coping do tratamento da obesidade infantil e controle parental da alimentação

Kainara Silva da Cunha, Sônia Regina Fiorim Enumo, Wagner de Lara Machado, André Luiz Monezi Andrade

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This study evaluated parental variables involved in outpatient treatment of overweight/obese children, in variables included food control, stressors and coping, as well as family psychosocial risk. Nineteen caregivers filled out instruments such as: Participant Characterization, Parental Coping Interview, PAT 2.0 and CFPQ. Most families showed high psychosocial risk (Target = 52.6%, Clinical = 21.1%) and the most common parental practice of food control was to encourage healthy experimentation and consumption, and the food restriction. Food control was the major stressor for caregivers, who react with anger and sadness, despite having a more adaptive coping. The results indicate the need for specific interventions for this population.


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Adaptation; Psychological; Child Behavior; Psychosocial Impact; Obesity; Parenting

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24879/2018001200300492

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   Revista Psicologia em Pesquisa

   Vinculada ao Programa de Pós-graduação em Psicologia

   Universidade Federal de Juiz de Fora
   Departamento de Psicologia – ICH
   Campus Universitário – Bairro Martelos
   Juiz de Fora – MG - CEP: 36036-330

   E-mail: revista.psicologiaempesquisa@ufjf.edu.br

   e-ISSN 1982-1247

   DOI: 10.24879


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