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Assessing The Relationship Between Levels Of Depression And Dietary Intake In Hispanic Adolescents

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Assessing The Relationship Between Levels Of Depression And Dietary Intake In Hispanic Adolescents
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19th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium
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Marron, Michael
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English
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In 2011, the NIH Obesity Task Force Strategic Plan recommended research priorities that included identification of "psychosocial factors [implicated in] weight gain, energy intake, and energy expenditure [that account for the] increased risk of obesity in high-risk populations, including racial and ethnic minorities [and] economically disadvantaged groups." Relative to other ethnic groups, Hispanic American (HA) adolescents have the highest prevalence of obesity (1), increasing their risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) (2-4). Given the established relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and obesity (5), the increased prevalence of obesity in HA may be due, in part, to the lower SES demonstrated in Hispanic families (6). However, there is limited research examining the mechanistic relationships underlying obesity risk and social standing. Thus, a randomized controlled trial (RCT) is being conducted to investigate the relationship between experimentally manipulated social status, dietary intake, and CVD risk factors of HA adolescents. In this study, data from the RCT including anthropometric measurements and the Beck Depression Inventory II will be assessed to examine the extent to which different levels of depression relate to weight status and dietary intakes in experimentally manipulated high and low social status conditions. ( en )
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Research authors: Michael Marron, Alexandra Lee, Darci Miller, MPH, Michelle Cardel, PHD, RD - University of Florida
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I applied for USP this semester.
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Faculty Mentor: In 2011, the NIH Obesity Task Force Strategic Plan recommended research priorities that included identification of "psychosocial factors [implicated in] weight gain, energy intake, and energy expenditure [that account for the] increased risk of obesity in high-risk populations, including racial and ethnic minorities [and] economically disadvantaged groups." Relative to other ethnic groups, Hispanic American (HA) adolescents have the highest prevalence of obesity (1), increasing their risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease (CVD) (2-4). Given the established relationship between socioeconomic status (SES) and obesity (5), the increased prevalence of obesity in HA may be due, in part, to the lower SES demonstrated in Hispanic families (6). However, there is limited research examining the mechanistic relationships underlying obesity risk and social standing. Thus, a randomized controlled trial (RCT) is being conducted to investigate the relationship between experimentally manipulated social status, dietary intake, and CVD risk factors of HA adolescents. In this study, data from the RCT including anthropometric measurements and the Beck Depression Inventory II will be assessed to examine the extent to which different levels of depression relate to weight status and dietary intakes in experimentally manipulated high and low social status conditions. - Center for Undergraduate Research, I applied for USP this semester.

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