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Table 2 Overview of the structure of the questionnaire and which questions were presented to mothers and daughters

From: The effect of the “Follow in my Green Food Steps” programme on cooking behaviours for improved iron intake: a quasi-experimental randomized community study

Sections Topics Number of items response scale Table
1 Demographicsab 11 n.a. Table 2
2 General shopping, living and cooking behavioursab 16 miscellaneous not reported
3 Food Intake Questionnaire   n.a.  
4 Knowledge - symptoms 5 1 = less than once a month or never; 2 = 1–3 times a month; 3 = once a week; 4 = 3–5 times a week; 5 = once a day; 6 = More than once a day Additional file 2, Table S6
  Knowledge - awareness 1 yes/no  
  Knowledge - condition/situations that increase risk 25 yes/no not reported
  Knowledge - role of iron 13 1 = disagree strongly; 2 = disagree slightly; 3 = neither agree/nor disagree; 4 = agree slightly; 5 = agree strongly not reported
  Knowledge - effective solutions 16 yes/no not reported
  Knowledge - good sources of iron 10 yes/no not reported
5 Determinants of Behaviour - adding cubes to stews 24 5-point scales. Mosty: 1 = disagree strongly; 2 = disagree slightly; 3 = neither agree/nor disagree; 4 = agree slightly; 5 = agree strongly Additional file 2, Table S3
  Determinants of Behaviour - adding greens to stews 24 5-point scales. Mostly: 1 = disagree strongly; 2 = disagree slightly; 3 = neither agree/nor disagree; 4 = agree slightly; 5 = agree strongly Additional file 2, Table S4
6 Mother-daughter interaction 7 1 = less than once a month or never; 2 = 1–3 times a month; 3 = once a week; 4 = 3–5 times a week; 5 = once a day; 6 = more than once a day Additional file 2, Table S5
7 Post-evaluation questionnaireac 62 miscellaneous not reported
  1. aonly mothers were asked these questions
  2. bonly included in the baseline questionnaire
  3. conly included in the post-intervention questionnaire