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  • 1 Kovászna Megyei Pszichopedagógiai Tanácsadó Központ Sepsiszentgyörgy 520004 Victor Babes 15/C Románia
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A serdülőkori táplálkozási magatartás szerepe meghatározó mind a pozitív bio-pszicho-szociális fejlődés folyamatában, mind a felnőttkori egészséges életmód kialakításában. Vizsgálatunk célja a táplálkozáskontrollal összefüggésbe hozható egyénszintű, családi és transzperszonális tényezők vizsgálata. Adatainkat 1977 erdélyi serdülőtől (15–19 évesek) nyertük, önkitöltős kérdőíves módszerrel. Eredményeink a táplálkozáskontrollban nemi és életkori sajátosságokat igazolnak. A táplálkozással kapcsolatos tudatosságban a kognitív-kontroll tényezők mellett kiemelt szerepet játszanak a családi és transzperszonális tényezők. A nemzetközi vizsgálati eredményekkel ellentétben mintánkban az énhatékonyságnak az étkezés magatartással kapcsolatos meghatározó szerepe nem igazolódik. Ezzel ellentétben felértékelődik a szülői bánásmód és az elégedettség a szülői támogatással, és bár nemekhez, valamint életkorhoz kötötten, de igazolást nyer a transzperszonális tényezők szerepe. Az egyénszintű jóllétmutatók szintén összefüggésben állnak az étkezési magatartással, igazolva, hogy a táplálkozáskontroll a fiatalok életminőségének meghatározó eleme.

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