Sandrine Monnery-Patris

Sandrine Monnery-Patris
Center for Taste and Feeding Behaviour | CSGA · INRA

PhD - HDR

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January 2003 - present
Center for Taste and Feeding Behaviour
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  • Researcher
January 1999 - November 2002
University of Burgundy
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  • PH Student

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Publications (103)
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The study assessed the impact of a hedonic intervention on the energy intake of mid-afternoon snacks consumed by children at home. Before the intervention (T1), after (T2), and two months later (T3), a booklet was sent to 187 children aged 7-11 y inviting them to describe their snack consumptions. After T1, children were randomly assigned to an exp...
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Studies about fathers and feeding are scarce and little is known about predictors of parental involvement in child feeding and of paternal feeding practices. Therefore, this study aimed to examine possible differences between Danish mothers and fathers with regard to their feeding practices and involvement in feeding related tasks, and to assess po...
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Consumption of pulses plays a key role in achieving a healthier and more sustainable diet. Despite the increased availability of pulse-based foods on the French market, pulse consumption in France remains below recommended levels. The objective of this study was to capture French consumers' mental representations of various pulse-based foods with d...
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This study aimed to gain a better understanding of the associations between young children’s eating in the absence of hunger (EAH), inhibitory control, body mass index (BMI) and several maternal controlling feeding practices (food as reward, restriction for health, restriction for weight control). In addition, to more properly assess the relationsh...
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L’objectif de ce chapitre est de répondre à la question suivante : le plaisir est-il l’ennemi de l’adoption de bonnes pratiques alimentaires ? Cette question sera abordée selon un découpage classique qui répond à la problématique du QUOI (diversité alimentaire, aliments acceptés et rejetés) et à celle du COMBIEN (régulation des prises énergétiques)...
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Using open-ended questions, this study explored parents’ experiences regarding changes in their family’s food-related behaviours during the first COVID-19 lockdown in France (March-May 2020). Parents (N=498, 72% mothers) of children aged 3-12 years described which food-related changes they (1) perceived as positive during the lockdown, (2) perceive...
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Large portion sizes can make children overeat, alter their self-regulation abilities and induce weight gain. However, little is known about how parents determine portion sizes for their children. Using semi-structured interviews with 5 fathers and 32 mothers of pre-schoolers, this study examined French parents’ food portioning practices. The divisi...
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Past research has mainly focused on the links between child eating behaviors and maternal food practices. The impact of fathers and of concordant/discordant food parenting practices within families has received much less attention. To fill this gap, both parents of 105 French children aged 2.01–6.51 years (54 boys, Mage = 3.88 years, SD = 1.40) fil...
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Introduction et but de l’étude La période de 2 à 6 ans est caractérisée par un pic de rejets alimentaires chez les enfants ainsi que par une détérioration de leur capacité d’autorégulation énergétique. Les recherches antérieures se sont principalement centrées sur les liens entre les pratiques éducatives maternelles en matière d’alimentation et les...
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Introduction et but de l’étude La pandémie liée au COVID-19 a conduit la France à imposer un confinement strict, affectant les habitudes des familles dans de nombreux domaines. Cette étude visait à évaluer les changements possibles dans les comportements alimentaires des enfants, les pratiques éducatives parentales en matière d’alimentation et les...
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The COVID-19 pandemic caused France to impose a strict lockdown, affecting families’ habits in many domains. This study evaluated possible changes in child eating behaviors, parental feeding practices, and parental motivations when buying food during the lockdown, compared to the period before the lockdown. Parents of 498 children aged 3-12 years (...
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L’objectif de ce chapitre est de répondre à la question suivante : le plaisir est-il l’ennemi de l’adoption de bonnes pratiques alimentaires ? Cette question sera abordée selon un découpage classique qui répond à la problématique du QUOI (diversité alimentaire, aliments acceptés et rejetés) et celle du COMBIEN (régulation des prises énergétiques)....
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Parental feeding practices are assumed a tool to promote healthy eating from a young age, implying causal effects from parent to child. However, the directionality between these practices and children’s eating behaviors has not yet been untangled. Parental practices may influence children’s behavior, but some practices could equally be a response...
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Added-value of indirect methods to assess the relationship between implicit memory and food choices in adult consumers as well as in children Sandrine Monnery-Patris and Sté phanie Chambaron In recent decades, numerous studies conducted to assess the factors impacting food choices and eating behaviors were mainly based on direct protocols in which...
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Composition nutritionnelle des plats complets végétariens et non-végétariens proposés en restauration scolaire : une étude du collectif EnScol Collectif EnScol Nicole Darmon a et Florent Vieux b (animateurs du collectif), Romane Poinsot a,b (doctorante), Lugdivine Le collectif EnScol a été créé en 2019 grâce au dispositif de soutien à la recherche...
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Dans le contexte de prévalence de l’obésité infantile, de multiplication des crises sanitaires et de suspicion envers les aliments, l’alimentation est devenue une source d’angoisse, renforcée par les injonctions à « manger sain ». La question soulevée ici est de savoir si les messages nutritionnels ont un impact favorable sur les comportements et s...
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The aims of the present study are to assess the impact of a pleasure-oriented intervention on the nutritional quality of midafternoon snacks chosen by mother-child dyads and to evaluate the evolution of the relationship between the liking and perceived healthiness of the food items offered for the snack choices. Data were collected at two laborator...
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Pulses present many advantages for human health, nutrition, sustainability, and the environment. Despite efforts in recent years by the pulse industry and national authorities to favor pulses, consumption in France remains relatively low, at 1.7 kg/per person in 2016, compared to 1920 when it was around 7.2 kg/per person. To understand social repre...
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Pulses present many advantages for human health, nutrition, sustainability, and the environment. Despite efforts in recent years by the pulse industry and national authorities to favor pulses' consumption in France remains relatively low, at 1.7 kg/per person in 2016, compared to 1920 when it was around 7.2 kg/per person. To understand social repr...
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Manger ne se résume pas à incorporer des nutriments. Nourrir ou se nourrir est un acte symbolique, social, qui s'inscrit dans une famille, une histoire et une société. C'est un acte fondateur de l'identité, vecteur de plaisir et de commensalité. Pour autant, notre alimentation est devenue une source d'angoisse en raison des nombreux messages souven...
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Pulses present nutritional advantages for human health, and also contribute to food security and environmental sustainability. Despite these beneficial properties, the consumption of pulses in France has decreased over the past century. This study explores the representation of pulses among French non-vegetarian consumers, using both an indirect ap...
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The aim of this study was to assess the impact of a nutritional traffic-light label, the Nutri-Score, on snack choices in mother-child dyads and to assess a potential hedonic cost associated with a change in favour of healthier choices. French mothers and children (n = 95; children's age: 7-11 years) who participated were asked to choose, for thems...
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Publication suite à conférence invitée aux Ateliers de nutrition de l'Institut Pasteur de Lille le 13 décembre 2018.
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Over time, meat has acquired a central place in French gastronomy. The role played by plant-based proteins, such as pulses, is less clear. In order to better understand it, this study seeks to identify how French non-vegetarian consumers structure their main dish, using an indirect approach. A total of 120 participants had to compose dishes, follow...
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Comment ferons-nous pour nourrir les 9,8 milliards de mangeurs d'ici 2050 ? L'une des solutions réside dans la modification de nos habitudes alimentaires, modifications impliquant notamment le rééquilibrage entre protéines animales et végétales. De ce point de vue, les légumineuses pourraient constituer un « super-aliment » en raison de leurs nombr...
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Young children have an innate ability to self-regulate food intake, driven primarily by hunger and satiety cues, but this ability tends to decrease during early childhood. The study aimed to first examine the development and initial validation of a self-report questionnaire suitable for French samples that assess two dimensions of children's self-r...
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Infants' olfactory experience begins before birth and extends after birth through milk and complementary foods. Until now, studies on the effects of chemosensory experience in utero and/or through human milk focused on experimentally controlled exposure to only one target food bearing a specific odor quality and administered in sizeable amounts. Th...
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The first 1,000 days of life constitute an important period for the development of health and eating behavior. While the feeding mode drastically evolves, the child learns “how”, “what,” and “how much” food to eat. When orally exposed, infants discover food properties, with a variety of tastes, flavors, textures, as well as energy densities. Here,...
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Children identify liking and healthiness of foods as factors influencing their food choices. However, the food decision making process is also influenced by both personal characteristics and food contexts. The present study explored the influence of liking and perceived healthiness of foods in normal- and overweight children's food choices intentio...
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Source de l'article rédigé par B. de Reynal : article scientifique de Marty et al. (2018) vol. 120 dans Appetite.
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This chapter aims at examining the question of food neophobia in healthy children up to the end of school age, excluding adolescents. Firstly, the definition of food neophobia in children is clarified, as well as its partial overlap with the notion of fussiness/pickiness; then the association between food neophobia and children’s diet quality and w...
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Background Implicit and explicit attitudes are potential precursors of food choices and combine affective and cognitive components that can vary in their relative dominance. Yet, the affective and cognitive components of attitudes toward food can lead to distinct predisposition toward a food item and potentially to different food choices. In the fo...
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Introduction et but de l’étude La consommation de protéines d’origine animale ou végétale est devenue un élément critique en termes de santé comme d’environnement. Dans ce contexte, il semble important de comprendre les facteurs précoces associés à l’appréciation et à la consommation d’aliments riches en protéines animales ou végétales chez l’enfan...
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Across the lifespan, eating is a common everyday act driven by the search for pleasure and reinforced by experienced pleasure. Pleasure is an innate indicator of the satisfaction of physiological needs, in addition to other attributes. Pleasure from eating is also learned and contributes to the development of children's eating habits, which remain...
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En partant du postulat selon lequel les représentations sociales guident et influencent les comportements alimentaires des individus, cette étude a pour objectif premier d’identifier les représentations sociales de mères françaises d’enfants âgés de 6-11 ans vis-à-vis des protéines pour comprendre les freins à une éventuelle réduction de la consomm...
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Objective: Food cues are omnipresent in the daily environment and may influence eating behavior even non-consciously. An increased reactivity to food cues, such as food odors, has been shown to be correlated with obesity in children. The objective of this study is to investigate whether the non-conscious influence of food odors on children’s food c...
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Objective: Food cues are omnipresent in the daily environment and may influence eating behavior even non-consciously. An increased reactivity to food cues, such as food odors, has been shown to be correlated with obesity in children. The objective of this study is to investigate whether the non-conscious influence of food odors on children’s food c...
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In the food domain, attitudes reflect one’s acquired predisposition towards food and combine hedonic and nutritional components. Implicit attitudes are assumed to influence spontaneous behaviors, whereas explicit attitudes are assumed to influence deliberative behaviors. The aim of this study was to compare hedonic- versus nutrition-based attitudes...
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The objective of this study was to develop a new elaborate method to evaluate infants' liking of foods that could be applied at home and to compare the results of this elaborate method with those of a basic method. Mothers of infants aged 4 to 7 (n = 44) and 12–15 months (n = 46) participated in this study. For the basic method, mothers were asked...
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Introduction et but de l’étude Le plaisir est un déterminant majeur des consommations alimentaires de l’enfant. Néanmoins, les enfants présentent des attitudes vis-à-vis de leur alimentation pouvant être plus ou moins hédonistes (i.e. basées sur le plaisir) ou rationnelles (i.e. basées sur des considérations nutritionnelles). Des différences de com...
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Background Identifying the determinants of child’s liking for different foods may help to prevent future choices of unhealthy food.Objective To study early-life food-related characteristics associated with child’s liking for different foods at 5y with a longitudinal study.Design1142 5y- old children completed a liking test for “fruit and vegetables...
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Attitudes are important precursors of behaviours. This study aims to compare the food attitudes (i.e., hedonic- and nutrition-based) of children using both an implicit pairing task and an explicit forced-choice categorization task suitable for the cognitive abilities of 5- to 11-year-olds. A dominance of hedonically driven attitudes was expected fo...
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Previous research has identified relationships between chemosensory reactivity and food neophobia in children. However, most studies have investigated this relationship using declarative data and without separately analysing smell and taste reactivity. Our first objective was to assess the relationships between smell and taste differential reactivi...
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Previous research has identified relationships between chemosensory reactivity and food neophobia in children. However, most studies have investigated this relationship using declarative data and without separately analysing smell and taste reactivity. Our first objective was to assess the relationships between smell and taste differential reactivi...
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Recent studies suggested that sensory sensitivity could be linked to food neophobia, described as the reluctance to eat, or the avoidance of, new foods. The objective of the present study was twofold. Firstly, this study aimed at assessing the links between olfactory reactivity and gustatory reactivity in children. Secondly, this study assessed the...
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Context and objective: Research has previously identified relationships between chemosensory reactivity and food neophobia in toddlers. However, most studies have addressed this question using declarative data, and without analyzing separately smell and taste. The objective of the present study was twofold. The first objective was to assess the rel...
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Olfaction is a highly salient sensory modality in early human life. Neonates show keen olfactory sensitivity and hedonic responsiveness. However, little is known about hedonic olfactory responsiveness between the neonatal period and 2 years of age. In an attempt to fill this gap, this longitudinal follow-up study aimed at investigating hedonic resp...
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Background: Preterm infants frequently present eating difficulties in early childhood. Determinants of these difficulties are not known. Objective: We assessed the influence of neonatal and maternal characteristics on eating behaviors at 2 y of age. Design: The following 2 cohorts were compared: 234 preterm children born <33 wk of gestational...