Data

The collected data from baseline and the first follow up is described below.

Child Guardian
Baseline Baseline
Self-reported questionnaire Self-reported questionnaire
Diet, meal patterns, physical activity, parents’ attitudes to physical exercise, emotional eating, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, weight perception, disordered eating symptoms, screen time, TV programs watched, parent child relationship, parenting practices, life events, alone time during school days, children’s perception of alcohol consumption amongst adults in their social environment, bullying, body image, puberty onset, sleep patterns. Family structure, child daycare, child breastfeeding, child feeding and eating behavior in childhood, child special diets and allergies, socioeconomic status, illnesses diagnosed or treated, smoking, use of snuff, alcohol consumption, general health status, life events, depression, weight perception of self and child, disordered eating symptoms, sense of coherence, screen time, potential partner’s screen time, magazines read in the family.
Anthropometric measures Self-reported anthropometric measures
Height, weight, waist.
Partly self-reported and partly measured by fieldworkers.
Height, weight, waist.
Saliva sample
Oragene® DNA Self-Collection Kit.
Active follow-up Active follow-up
Self-reported questionnaire Self-reported questionnaire
Dinner patterns, diet, self-esteem, physical activity in free time, screen time Family structure, illnesses diagnosed or treated, physical activity in free time, screen time
Self-reported anthropometric measures Self-reported anthropometric measures
Height, weight, waist. Height, weight, waist.
Saliva sample Saliva sample
Oragene® DNA Self-Collection Kit. Oragene® DNA Self-Collection Kit

Data access

We welcome collaborative research partners. Please send requests to Principal Investigator Professor Elisabete Weiderpass,