The goal of this study is to identify key ingredients of tailored narratives to promote childhood obesity prevention behaviors among mothers of preschool-aged Mexican American children.
Aim 1. To identify key components of print-based narratives that may enhance the effectiveness of tailored narratives to prevent childhood obesity.
Aim 2. To identify participant characteristics that may moderate narrative component effectiveness.
24 mothers with primary home feeding responsibilities for Mexican American children ages 3-5 in Southeast Michigan