Research & Practice

The Association Between Eating Competence and Daily Hassles and Uplifts of Eating Location in Undergraduate University Students

The study sought to investigate the association between the daily hassles and uplifts related to eating location and eating competence (EC), and whether socio-demographics impact this association. Using the Daily Hassles and Uplifts Scale, the Satter Eating Competence Inventory (ecSI 2.0tm), and multivariate regression, associations between the hassles and uplifts of some of three eating locations and EC were discovered. Demographics investigated were birth country, gender, food security status, and age.

Project Type(s): Master's Thesis

Author(s): Aimee Allen

Program(s): Master of Science, RDN Training

Year: 2024