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|Title:||Association between food addiction and time perspective during COVID-19 isolation|
|Authors:||Borisenkov, M. F.|
Popov, S. V.
Smirnov, V. V.
Gubin, D. G.
Petrov, I. M.
Vasilkova, T. N.
Solovieva, S. V.
Martinson, E. A.
Pecherkina, A. A.
Dorogina, O. I.
Symaniuk, E. E.
|Citation:||Association between food addiction and time perspective during COVID-19 isolation / M. F. Borisenkov, S. V. Popov, V. V. Smirnov et al. // Eating and Weight Disorders. — 2022. — Vol. 27. — Iss. 5. — P. 1585-1591.|
|Abstract:||Purpose: The concept of time perspective (TP) implies that a mental focus on past, present, or future affect a person makes decisions and take action. Inability to plan their life for a sufficiently long time perspective due to the COVID-19 pandemic appeared to have a pronounced impact on a human’s lifestyle influencing their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, including eating behavior. This study tested two hypotheses: (a) that during COVID-19 isolation, the incidence rate of food addiction is increased, and (b) people with present TP are more likely exhibited signs of food addiction (FA). Methods: The final study sample included 949 people, mean age 21.8 ± 7.8 years (range: 17–71 years, women: 78.3%). Each participant indicated their personal data and completed Yale Food Addiction Scale and the Zimbardo Time Perspective Inventory. Results: There was an increased incidence rate of FA (OR = 1.678, 95% CI = 1.324, 2.148, p = 0.000) during COVID-19 isolation. Individuals with balanced, future, and past positive TP were less likely to exhibit symptoms of FA. Persons with past negative, and present hedonistic TP were more likely to exhibit signs of FA. Conclusion: There was an increased incidence rate of FA during COVID-19 isolation. Persons with shortened time horizon are more likely to exhibit symptoms of FA. Level of evidence: Level V, cross-sectional descriptive study. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive licence to Springer Nature Switzerland AG.|
CORONAVIRUS DISEASE 2019
MAJOR CLINICAL STUDY
YALE FOOD ADDICTION SCALE
ZIMBARDO TIME PERSPECTIVE INVENTORY
SURVEYS AND QUESTIONNAIRES
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