Behawioralna interwencja w przypadku wystąpienia skrajnej selekcji jedzenia
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The aim of the article will be to present the applied procedure and the results of studies on its effectiveness in the case of two children displaying an extreme form of food selection, i.e. refusing to eat. The first child, a two-year-old boy, was only breastfed at the start of the therapy, at which point he weighed 8,200 grams (well below the third centile in weight). The other child, a girl aged three, ate only yoghurt and one type of soup during a given period, while her weight remained within the third centile. In both cases behavioural intervention consisting in increasing food acceptance led to the increase in the number of eaten meals and in weight.
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