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Título : Food Disgust Scale: Spanish version
Autor(es) : Leonor Garcia-Gomez, 0000-0002-2930-7917César Romero-Rebollar, 0000-0002-9090-7663Guillaume Ferreira, 0000-0001-5984-8143Michael Siegrist, 0000-0002-6139-7190Salvador Villalpando-Carrion, 0000-0003-2918-7991RUTH GUTIERREZ-AGUILAR, 0000-0001-5077-9102Gustavo Pacheco-Lopez, 0000-0002-3458-197X
Autor(es) sin ID: Hartmann, Christina
Fecha de publicación : sep-2019
Tipo de resultado Científico: reportPart
Palabras clave: Food Disgust Scale; Mexico; Disgust Sensitivity; Aversion; Picky Eating; BMI
Descripción : Introduction: The Food Disgust Scale (FDS) was recently developed and validated in Swiss adult population. This study aims to: 1) validate the FDS for the first time in a Spanish-speaking Mexican population, 2) correlate food disgust sensitivity with picky eating measures, and 3) explore the association between food disgust sensitivity and body mass index (BMI). Material and Methods: A Spanish version of the FDS (FDS-Sp) and its’ short version (FDS-Sp short) were tested with confirmatory factorial analysis (CFA) in order to test the original item/factor structure. Bivariate correlations were performed to determine the association between FDS-Sp / FDS-Sp short scores and picky eating. Lastly, hierarchical linear regression analysis was carried out to determine the relationship between food disgust sensitivity and BMI. Results: The factor structure of the FDS was replicated and good internal consistency values were observed for both the FDS-Sp (for subscales α varied between 0.77 and 0.95) and the FDS-Sp short (α = .77). Moreover, FDS-Sp and FDS-Sp short were correlated with picky eating. Higher score in VEGI subscale of the FDS-Sp was a significant predictor for higher BMI, but only explaining 4% of the variance. Conclusions: FDS-Sp is a useful, reliable and robust psychometric instrument to measure the sensitivity to unpleasant food situations in a Mexican adult Spanish-speaking population. A relationship between food disgust sensitivity and picky eating, selective eating behaviors and neophobia in Mexicans was confirmed. BMI is multifactorial and only one subscale of FDS-Sp is a significant predictor for BMI status. These results are helpful to continue exploring food disgust in diverse populations.
URI : http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12222/244
Condiciones de licencia: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
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