Thesis: Examining the relationship between diet self-efficacy and food intake in undergraduate students with high and low perceived stress
Robyn examined the association between perceived stress, diet self-efficacy, and food intake in undergraduate students. Her study showed that high perceived stress was associated with increased intake of fat and sodium intake. However, this association was moderated by diet self-efficacy.
It was a great pleasure working with Robyn on her thesis and on the publication of her project. Bravo Robyn!
Nastaskin, R. & Fiocco, A.J. (2015). A survey of diet self-efficacy and food intake in students with high and low perceived stress. Nutrition Journal. 14, 42, doi:10.1186/s12937-015-0026-z.