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Tytuł pozycji:

Prevalence rates of pica and rumination behaviors in German children aged 7-14 and their associations with feeding, eating, and general psychopathology: A population-based study

Tytuł :
Prevalence rates of pica and rumination behaviors in German children aged 7-14 and their associations with feeding, eating, and general psychopathology: A population-based study
Index Terms :
pica, rumination disorder, prevalence, children and adolescents, feeding and eating disorder psychopathology, general psychopathology
info:eu-repo/classification/ddc/610
ddc:610
info:eu-repo/semantics/acceptedVersion
doc-type:article
info:eu-repo/semantics/article
doc-type:Text
Wydawca :
Springer 2018 2019-04-11
Dodane szczegóły :
Hartmann, Andrea S.
Poulain, Tanja
Vogel, Mandy
Hiemisch, Andreas
Kiess, Wieland
Hilbert, Anja
Typ dokumentu :
Zasób elektroniczny
URL :
1018-8827
Dostępność :
Open access content. Open access content
info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Pozostałe numery :
SUUSL oai:qucosa:de:qucosa:33740
urn:nbn:de:bsz:15-qucosa2-337408
https://ul.qucosa.de/id/qucosa%3A33740
https://ul.qucosa.de/api/qucosa%3A33740/attachment/ATT-0/
1097185029
Źródło wspomagające :
STAATS U UNIV
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Numer akcesji :
edsoai.on1097185029
Zasób elektroniczny
Despite potentially severe medical consequences of pica and rumination disorder (RD), little is known about their prevalence and association with other psychopathology in childhood. As a part of a larger population-based study, 804 youths aged 7–14 years and their parents were asked about their experience of pica and RD behaviors, and associated eating, feeding and general psychopathology. A total of 12.31% and 11.49% of youth reported having engaged in pica or RD behaviors at least once. Recurring pica or RD behaviors had been experienced by 4.98% and 1.49% of the participants. The behaviors showed a significant, but small correlation with one another (r = .28, p < .01). Correlations with symptoms of avoidant/restrictive food intake disorder (ARFID) were significant, but small (pica: r = .18, RD: r = .27, both p < .01). Prevalence rates of recurring pica behavior were significantly increased if recurring RD was present (58.33%), and also greater vice versa (17.50%). The prevalence rates for recurrent pica and RD behaviors were also increased in the presence of an ARFID diagnosis (both behaviors 12.0%). However, correlations with restraint, eating, weight, and shape concern were nonsignificant (all p > .05). In addition, RD behavior was positively correlated with emotional and conduct problems (r = .15 and .22, both p < .01) and both behaviors were negatively correlated with prosocial behavior (r = −.10 and −.09, both p < .05). Our findings underscore the clinical significance of pica and RD behaviors. More research is warranted on both disorders, their association and their relation with ARFID, in order to reach a further understanding of their presentation and to ascertain diagnostic validity.

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