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Table 2 Varimax- rotated Family Food Environment variables loading on factors extracteda

From: Family food environment factors associated with obesity outcomes in early childhood

Negative Feeding Strategies
Negative Nutrition Related Beliefs
High Resources
High Skill
Health focused restriction
Family Meals
TV and devices
Parent’s nutrition Knowledge
Belief: Healthy Eating is expensive   0.712       
Belief: It takes too long to prepare healthy food   0.696       
Belief: Healthy Food doesn’t taste good   0.583       
Belief: Healthy eating is important      0.650    
Suitable cooking facilities    0.878      
Suitable food storage    0.870      
Sufficient money to buy food each week   −0.562 0.397      
Parent’s shopping skills     0.754     
Parent’s cooking skills     0.836     
Single Family Mealb       0.683   
Food as a reward for eatingb 0.817        
Food as a reward for behaviourb 0.698        
Parent use of Persuasive feedingb 0.717        −0.272
Parent use of Covert restrictionb      0.723    
Parent use of Overt restrictionb 0.437     0.464    
Structured Meal settingb 0.359      0.421   
Structured Meal timingb      0.302 −0.353 −0.332  
Frequency of Family Meals per week       0.630   
Parent Total Nutrition Knowledge         0.833
Family use of TV/devices during meals (yes/sometimes)       −0.303 0.362 −0.416
Child use of TV/devices during meals (yes/sometimes)        0.682  
Adult use of TV/devices during meals (yes/sometimes)        0.677  
Availability of fruit and vegetables (Sometimes/never)   0.383   −0.260    0.292  
  1. Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis
  2. Rotation Method: Varimax with Kaiser Normalization
  3. a. In interest of table readability, family food environment variables loading < 0.25 and <-0.25 are not shown
  4. b. FPSQ-28 Sub Scales (Jansen, et al. 2016)