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Table 1 The constructs included in the questionnaires within the Family & Dietary habits project

From: Development of family and dietary habits questionnaires: the assessment of family processes, dietary habits and adolescents’ impulsiveness in Norwegian adolescents and their parents

Constructs in the questionnaires Number of items Reference
Adolescents Parents
Socio-demography 10 11 (2 routed) Lien et al. [33]
Meals; Breakfast, dinner and family meals 6 Lien et al. [33]
Dietary intake; Vegetables and SSB (amount) 38 (2 vegetables, 36 SSB:12 frequency/12 amount week days, 12 amount weekend) Lien et al. [33]
Accessibility; Vegetables and SSB 25 (16 accessibility, 9 accessibility/availability) Lien et al. [33], Sirard et al. [58]
Availability*; Vegetables and SSB - 24 Lien et al. [33], Hearn et al. [65]
Family meals (priority, atmosphere, structure) 9 Fulkerson et al. [59]
Activities during meals (breakfast, dinner) 8 Fulkerson et al. [59]
Communication* 3 - Tabak et. al [60]
Family assessment devise (general functioning) 12 Ridenour et al. [61]
Family environment scale (cohesion/conflict) 17 Moos and Moos [67]
Work-family stress* - 3 Bauer et al. [64]
Positive encouragement: Vegetables 10 (5 for mother and 5 for father) 10 (5 routed) Dave et al. [62]
Comprehensive Feeding Practices Questionnaire (healthy eating guidance/monitoring) 26 (13 for mother and 13 for father) 17 (2 routed) Haszard et al. [63]
Parental style of regulation: SSB, sweets, snacks 30 (15 for mother and 15 for father) 15 Vansteenkiste et al. [66]
Comprehensive General Parenting Questionnaire (nurturance, structure, behavioural control, overprotection, coercive control) 98 (49 for mother and 49 for father) 49 Sleddens et al. [70]
Brief Barratt Impulsiveness Scale 8 Steinberg et al. [57]
Weight and height 2 Lien et al. [33]
  1. *Adolescents or parents only. Routed: items/questions following specific answer categories.
  2. SSB: Sugar sweetened beverages.