Research & Practice

Changes in Eating Habits Among Eating Competent and Non-Eating Competent College Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic

With students widely reporting eating at home more often, changes related to the eating context, as well as underlying stress, were primary drivers of the changes in eating habits that respondents experienced during the pandemic. This study highlights the benefit of qualitative analysis for expanding our understanding of theoretical frameworks like the Satter Eating Competence model.


Project Type(s): Master's Thesis

Author(s): Jennifer Dearden

Program(s): Master of Science, RDN Training

Year: 2021

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