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    1. Markey, CN; Markey, PM; Birch, LL
      Interpersonal predictors of dieting practices among married couples

      JOURNAL OF FAMILY PSYCHOLOGY
    2. Davison, KK; Birch, LL
      Child and parent characteristics as predictors of change in girls' body mass index

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY
    3. Birch, LL; Fisher, JO; Grimm-Thomas, K; Markey, CN; Sawyer, R; Johnson, SL
      Confirmatory factor analysis of the Child Feeding Questionnaire: a measureof parental attitudes, beliefs and practices about child feeding and obesity proneness

      APPETITE
    4. Wing, RR; Goldstein, MG; Acton, KJ; Birch, LL; Jakicic, JM; Sallis, JF; Smith-West, D; Jeffery, RW; Surwit, RS
      Behavioral science research in diabetes - Lifestyle changes related to obesity, eating behavior, and physical activity

      DIABETES CARE
    5. McHale, SM; Corneal, DA; Crouter, AC; Birch, LL
      Gender and weight concerns in early and middle adolescence: Links with well-being and family characteristics

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    6. Lee, Y; Mitchell, DC; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Birch, LL
      Diet quality, nutrient intake, weight status, and feeding environments of girls meeting or exceeding recommendations for total dietary fat of the American Academy of Pediatrics

      PEDIATRICS
    7. Davison, KK; Birch, LL
      Weight status, parent reaction, and self-concept in five-year- old girls

      PEDIATRICS
    8. Birch, LL; Davison, KK
      Family environmental factors influencing the developing behavioral controls of food intake and childhood overweight

      PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    9. Booth, SL; Sallis, JF; Ritenbaugh, C; Hill, JO; Birch, LL; Frank, LD; Glanz, K; Himmelgreen, DA; Mudd, M; Popkin, BM; Rickard, KA; St Jeor, S; Hays, NP
      Environmental and societal factors affect food choice and physical activity: Rationale, influences, and leverage points

      NUTRITION REVIEWS
    10. Fisher, JO; Mitchell, DC; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Birch, LL
      Maternal milk consumption predicts the tradeoff between milk and soft drinks in young girls' diets

      JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    11. Fisher, JO; Johnson, RK; Lindquist, C; Birch, LL; Goran, MI
      Influence of body composition on the accuracy of reported energy intake inchildren

      OBESITY RESEARCH
    12. Carper, JL; Fisher, JO; Birch, LL
      Young girls' emerging dietary restraint and disinhibition are related to parental control in child feeding

      APPETITE
    13. Davison, KK; Markey, CN; Birch, LL
      Etiology of body dissatisfaction and weight concerns among 5-year-old girls

      APPETITE
    14. Picciano, MF; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Birch, LL; Mitchell, DC; Murray-Kolb, L; McConahy, KL
      Nutritional guidance is needed during dietary transition in early childhood

      PEDIATRICS
    15. Birch, LL; Fisher, JO
      Mothers' child-feeding practices influence daughters' eating and weight

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    16. Fisher, JO; Birch, LL; Smiciklas-Wright, H; Picciano, MF
      Breast-feeding through the first year predicts maternal control in feedingand subsequent toddler energy intakes

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    17. Rolls, BJ; Engell, D; Birch, LL
      Serving portion size influences 5-year-old but not 3-year-old children's food intakes

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    18. Fisher, JO; Birch, LL
      Parents' restrictive feeding practices are associated with young girls' negative self-evaluation of eating

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    19. Abramovitz, BA; Birch, LL
      Five-year-old girls' ideas about dieting are predicted by their mothers' dieting

      JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN DIETETIC ASSOCIATION
    20. Birch, LL
      Development of food preferences

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF NUTRITION
    21. Fisher, JO; Birch, LL
      Restricting access to foods and children's eating

      APPETITE
    22. Fisher, JO; Birch, LL
      Restricting access to palatable foods affects children's behavioral response, food selection, and intake

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    23. Cutting, TM; Fisher, JO; Grimm-Thomas, K; Birch, LL
      Like mother, like daughter: familial patterns of overweight are mediated by mothers' dietary disinhibition

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    24. CHHABRA J; BIRCH LL
      PREDICTING UNHEALTHY DIETING PRACTICES IN ADULT WOMEN

      The FASEB journal
    25. CUTTING TM; FISHER JO; BIRCH LL
      PARENTS ADIPOSITY AND DISINHIBITED EATING ARE RELATED TO DISSATISFACTION REGARDING THEIR OWN AS WELL AS THEIR DAUGHTERS BODY-SIZE

      The FASEB journal
    26. GRIMMTHOMAS K; CHHABRA J; BIRCH LL
      DO WEIGHT CONCERNS AND MARITAL CONFLICT OVER FOOD PREDICT WOMENS USE OF UNHEALTHY WEIGHT-LOSS BEHAVIORS

      The FASEB journal
    27. HOEFLING GD; CHHABRA J; BIRCH LL
      QUALITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN PERCEPTIONS ABOUT DIETING

      The FASEB journal
    28. ABRAMOVITZ BA; BIRCH LL
      DIETING KNOWLEDGE AND WEIGHT CONCERNS IN 5-YEAR-OLD GIRLS

      The FASEB journal
    29. FISHER JO; BIRCH LL
      RESTRICTING ACCESS TO A FREELY AVAILABLE SNACK FOOD IMPACTS PRESCHOOLCHILDRENS SUBSEQUENT SELECTION AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS

      The FASEB journal
    30. BIRCH LL; GUNDER L; GRIMMTHOMAS K; LAING DG
      INFANTS CONSUMPTION OF A NEW FOOD ENHANCES ACCEPTANCE OF SIMILAR FOODS

      Appetite (Print)
    31. BIRCH LL; FISHER JO
      DEVELOPMENT OF EATING BEHAVIORS AMONG CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

      Pediatrics
    32. Birch, LL
      Development of food acceptance patterns in the first years of life

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NUTRITION SOCIETY
    33. BIRCH LL
      PSYCHOLOGICAL INFLUENCES ON THE CHILDHOOD DIET

      The Journal of nutrition
    34. SHAFFER CR; CHHABRA J; FISHER JO; BIRCH LL
      HIGH-LEVELS OF DIETARY RESTRAINT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF UNHEALTHY DIETING PRACTICES

      The FASEB journal
    35. CUTTING TM; GRIMMTHOMAS K; BIRCH LL
      IS MATERNAL DISINHIBITION ASSOCIATED WITH CHILDRENS OVEREATING

      The FASEB journal
    36. FISHER JO; CREPS CL; BIRCH LL; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; PICCIANO MF
      ASSESSMENT OF GROWTH CURVE TRAJECTORIES IN LATE INFANCY USING HIERARCHICAL GROWTH MODELING

      The FASEB journal
    37. FISHER JO; BIRCH LL
      MATERNAL RESTRICTION OF YOUNG GIRLS FOOD ACCESS IS RELATED TO INTAKE OF THOSE FOODS IN AN UNRESTRICTED SETTING

      The FASEB journal
    38. CHHABRA J; JOHNSON SL; BIRCH LL
      THE EATING INVENTORY - HOW MANY FACTORS DOES IT HAVE

      The FASEB journal
    39. MURRAY LE; PICCIANO MF; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; BIRCH LL
      IRON, FOLATE, AND KILOCALORIE INTAKES CHANGE SIGNIFICANTLY IN YOUNG-CHILDREN BETWEEN 12 AND 18 MONTHS

      The FASEB journal
    40. PICCIANO MF; LU XW; RITCHIEBURNS L; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; BIRCH LL
      NUTRITIONAL PRACTICES AND GROWTH INDEXES OF 12-MONTH OLD INFANTS

      The FASEB journal
    41. SMICIKLASWRIGHT H; WANG MO; PICCIANO MF; BIRCH LL
      DIETARY-FAT INTAKE OF CHILDREN 6 TO 24 MONTHS

      The FASEB journal
    42. HENSZEY MA; FISHER JA; ZOLFAGHARI N; BIRCH LL; PICCIANO MF; SMICIKLASWRIGHT H
      MATERNAL PREFERENCE FOR HIGH-FAT FOODS AND DIETARY-FAT INTAKE IS RELATED TO INFANT FAT INTAKE

      The FASEB journal
    43. FISHER JA; CHHABRA JA; GRIMMTHOMAS K; SOBOSLAI J; GUNDER L; BIRCH LL
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN A BEHAVIORAL MEASURE OF DISINHIBITED EATING

      The FASEB journal
    44. BIRCH LL; JOHNSON SL; FISHER JA
      CHILDRENS EATING - THE DEVELOPMENT OF FOOD-ACCEPTANCE PATTERNS

      Young children
    45. BIRCH LL; FISHER JA
      APPETITE AND EATING BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN

      The Pediatric clinics of North America
    46. FISHER JO; BIRCH LL
      FAT PREFERENCES AND FAT CONSUMPTION OF 3-YEAR-OLD TO 5-YEAR-OLD CHILDREN ARE RELATED TO PARENTAL ADIPOSITY

      Journal of the American Dietetic Association
    47. BIRCH LL
      WELL NOURISHED CHILDRENS RESPONSIVENESS TO ENERGY DENSITY - IMPLICATIONS FOR CHILD ANOREXIA WORLDWIDE

      The FASEB journal
    48. FISHER JA; JOHNSON SL; MCPHEE LM; BIRCH LL
      INDIVIDUAL-DIFFERENCES IN FAT PREFERENCE AND FAT INTAKE AMONG 3-5-YEAR-OLD-CHILDREN

      The FASEB journal
    49. JOHNSON SL; BIRCH LL
      PARENTS CONCERNS OF DAUGHTERS AND SONS WEIGHT STATUS

      The FASEB journal
    50. JOHNSON SL; BIRCH LL
      PARENTS AND CHILDRENS ADIPOSITY AND EATING STYLE

      Pediatrics
    51. JOHNSON SL; BIRCH LL
      PARENTS AND CHILDRENS ADIPOSITY AND EATING STYLE

      Pediatrics
    52. SULLIVAN SA; BIRCH LL
      INFANT DIETARY EXPERIENCE AND ACCEPTANCE OF SOLID FOODS

      Pediatrics
    53. BIRCH LL; MCPHEE LS; BRYANT JL; JOHNSON SL
      CHILDRENS LUNCH INTAKE - EFFECTS OF MIDMORNING SNACKS VARYING IN ENERGY DENSITY AND FAT-CONTENT

      Appetite
    54. KERN DL; MCPHEE L; FISHER J; JOHNSON S; BIRCH LL
      THE POSTINGESTIVE CONSEQUENCES OF FAT CONDITION PREFERENCES FOR FLAVORS ASSOCIATED WITH HIGH DIETARY-FAT

      Physiology & behavior
    55. PINILLA T; BIRCH LL
      SLEEP, FEEDING, AND OPINIONS - REPLY

      Pediatrics
    56. BIRCH LL; JOHNSON SL; JONES MB; PETERS JC
      EFFECTS OF A NONENERGY FAT SUBSTITUTE ON CHILDRENS ENERGY AND MACRONUTRIENT INTAKE

      The American journal of clinical nutrition


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