There is limited research that examines the temporal relationship between individual, behavioral, social environmental, and physical environmental factors and development of overweight and obesity (15-17). H�t�MO�0���sB�$6B��.�7ֈp����EYC��'�j{@�̌���x��ǒ`{`�; � A�0���r��*��@� �_L–I���U��oƕm� <> The Psychology of Eating; 6. Key Concept The social-ecological model represents a multifaceted approach to getting people active. https://doi-org.libproxy.clemson.edu/10.3121/cmr.2013.1171. endobj Stress and Obesity; 8. Obesity has joined the list of “wicked problems” with associated implications for public health, food security, and the entire food supply chain. Ecological Model. %PDF-1.7 %���� a wedding, birthday party, or Thanksgiving dinner, cause the participants to eat according to the social occasion, not the level of current hunger. https://www.acha.org/HealthyCampus/HealthyCampus/Ecological_Model.aspx. 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