Recovery in young children with weight faltering: Child and household risk factors
Weight recovery over 6 months was statistically significant, although modest, and greater among younger children and among children with multiple child and household risk factors. Findings support differential susceptibility theory, whereby some children with multiple risk factors are differentially responsive to intervention. Future investigations should evaluate components of the mealtime behavior intervention.
Black, M., Tilton, N., Cureton, P., & Feigelman, S. (2016). Recovery in young children with weight faltering: Child and household risk factors. Journal of Pediatrics, 170, 301-306. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpeds.2015.11.007