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Impact Of Socioeconomic Status And Adverse Childhood Experience On Food Choice: A Literature Review And Methodology

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Impact Of Socioeconomic Status And Adverse Childhood Experience On Food Choice: A Literature Review And Methodology
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19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Coburn, William
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English
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Low socioeconomic status (SES) is a risk factor for Adverse Childhood Experiences scores (ACEs). Strong correlation between ACEs and subsequent health outcomes, including disordered eating, obesity, and behavioral risks, has been established and documented. However, much of this data consists of self-reported eating behavior, which is frequently under- or misreported. Moreover, the mechanism by which this occurs has had limited investigation. This project aims to lay a framework regarding disordered eating behavior and caloric intake in experimentally-manipulated social status conditions amongst Hispanic adolescents. This study is unique in that it employs a stress paradigm that enables the quantification of objectively measured caloric intake during high- or low-stress social status conditions. This data can then be analyzed both to determine the extent to which ACEs predict specific food choices, and to characterize the relationship between ACEs and disordered-eating behavior in Hispanic adolescents. Because research is ongoing, this presentation will consist of a discussion of experimental methodology and a review of scientific literature in order to contextualize experimental efforts and results. ( en )
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Research authors: William Coburn, Darci Miller, Dr. Michelle Cardel - University of Florida
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University Scholars Program
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Faculty Mentor: Low socioeconomic status (SES) is a risk factor for Adverse Childhood Experiences scores (ACEs). Strong correlation between ACEs and subsequent health outcomes, including disordered eating, obesity, and behavioral risks, has been established and documented. However, much of this data consists of self-reported eating behavior, which is frequently under- or misreported. Moreover, the mechanism by which this occurs has had limited investigation. This project aims to lay a framework regarding disordered eating behavior and caloric intake in experimentally-manipulated social status conditions amongst Hispanic adolescents. This study is unique in that it employs a stress paradigm that enables the quantification of objectively measured caloric intake during high- or low-stress social status conditions. This data can then be analyzed both to determine the extent to which ACEs predict specific food choices, and to characterize the relationship between ACEs and disordered-eating behavior in Hispanic adolescents. Because research is ongoing, this presentation will consist of a discussion of experimental methodology and a review of scientific literature in order to contextualize experimental efforts and results. - Center for Undergraduate Research, University Scholars Program

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