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Emotional climate, feeding practices, and feeding styles: an observational analysis of the dinner meal in Head Start families

Sheryl O Hughes*, Thomas G Power, Maria A Papaioannou, Matthew B Cross, Theresa A Nicklas, Sharon K Hall and Richard M Shewchuk

International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 2011, 8:60  doi:10.1186/1479-5868-8-60

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Author Correction

Sheryl O. Hughes   (2012-01-05 11:34)  Baylor College of Medicine

The participant numbers for parent feeding styles are as follows: authoritative (n = 35); authoritarian (n = 55); indulgent (n = 51); uninvolved (n = 36).

Competing interests

None declared


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