APPENDIX

Adapted Questions for MFS and CEB

Source of Questionnaire ItemFactor StudiedOriginal QuestionAdapted or Additional QuestionResponse Options
MFS
 Child-Feeding Questionnaire by Birch et al (2001)15Pressure to eatMy child should always eat all of the food on her plateHow often do you encourage your 6-year-old to eat all of the food on his or her plate?1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
I have to be especially careful my child eats enoughI am especially careful to make sure my child eats enough1. Disagree
2. Slightly disagree
3. Neither disagree nor agree
4. Slightly agree
5. Agree
RestrictionI have to be sure that my child does not eat too many sweets (candy, ice cream, cake, or pastries)I make sure that my child does not eat too many sweets or junk foods1. Disagree
2. Slightly disagree
3. Neither disagree nor agree
4. Slightly agree
5. Agree
If I did not guide or regulate my child's eating, she would eat too much of her favorite foodsIf I did not guide or regulate my child’s eating, he or she would eat too much of his or her favorite foods1. Disagree
2. Slightly disagree
3. Neither disagree nor agree
4. Slightly agree
5. Agree
CEB
 Children’s Eating Behavior Questionnaire by Wardle et al (2001)16Satiety responsivenessMy child leaves food on his/her plate at the end of mealHow often does your 6-year-old eat all of the food on his or her plate?1. Never
2. Rarely
3. Sometimes
4. Often
5. Always
My child cannot eat a meal if s/he has had a snack just beforeMy child will lose appetite for dinner if he or she has had a snack just before1. Disagree
2. Slightly disagree
3. Neither disagree nor agree
4. Slightly agree
5. Agree
Food responsivenessMy child’s always asking for foodMy child is always asking for food1. Disagree
2. Slightly disagree
3. Neither disagree nor agree
4. Slightly agree
5. Agree
If allowed to, my child would eat too muchIf allowed to, my child would eat too much1. Disagree
2. Slightly disagree
3. Neither disagree nor agree
4. Slightly agree
5. Agree