Abstract: Abnormal eating attitudes encompass a range of behavioral or psychological characteristics that define unnatural and unhealthy eating practices, including maintaining or reducing body weight. The aim of this study was to determine the predictive variables, attachment and parenting in eating attitudes. The research method was a descriptive Ex post facto research to determine the predictive power components parenting and attachment styles in the development of eating attitudes, among 421 female students studying at universities in Tehran and Shahid Beheshti who were selected by multistage random cluster. In order to collect the required information from the Eating attitudes questionnaire, 26 questions and 36 questions for questionnaire attachment style and relationship scale of parent-children 24 material was used. Using multiple regression analysis showed that eating attitudes in their attachment style can predict not eating attitudes in general and results in the next variable also showed that parenting cannot predict the eating attitudes.
Nadia Madanipour, Mahdieh Salehi and Mojgan Sepah Mansour, 2016. Predicting of Eating Attitudes Based on Parenting and Attachment Stile. The Social Sciences, 11: 6044-6049.