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    1. Epstein, LH; Gordy, CC; Raynor, HA; Beddome, M; Kilanowski, CK; Paluch, R
      Increasing fruit and vegetable intake and decreasing fat and sugar intake in families at risk for childhood obesity

      OBESITY RESEARCH
    2. Goldfield, GS; Epstein, LH; Kilanowski, CK; Paluch, RA; Kogut-Bossler, B
      Cost-effectiveness of group and mixed family-based treatment for childhoodobesity

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY
    3. Kalakanis, LE; Goldfield, GS; Paluch, RA; Epstein, LH
      Parental activity as a determinant of activity level and patterns of activity in obese children

      RESEARCH QUARTERLY FOR EXERCISE AND SPORT
    4. Raynor, HA; Epstein, LH
      Dietary variety, energy regulation, and obesity

      PSYCHOLOGICAL BULLETIN
    5. Epstein, LH; Paluch, RA; Kalakanis, LE; Goldfield, GS; Cerny, FJ; Roemmich, JN
      How much activity do youth get? A quantitative review of heart-rate measured activity

      PEDIATRICS
    6. Faith, MS; Berman, N; Heo, MS; Pietrobelli, A; Gallagher, D; Epstein, LH; Eiden, MT; Allison, DB
      Effects of contingent television on physical activity and television viewing in obese children

      PEDIATRICS
    7. Epstein, LH; Roemmich, JN; Raynor, HA
      Behavioral therapy in the treatment of pediatric obesity

      PEDIATRIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA
    8. Epstein, LH; Paluch, RA; Saelens, BE; Ernst, MM; Wilfley, DE
      Changes in eating disorder symptoms with pediatric obesity treatment

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS
    9. Epstein, LH; Paluch, RA; Gordy, CC; Dorn, J
      Decreasing sedentary behaviors in treating pediatric obesity

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    10. Epstein, LH; Wu, YWB; Paluch, RA; Cerny, FJ; Dorn, JP
      Asthma and maternal body mass index are related to pediatric body mass index and obesity: Results from the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey

      OBESITY RESEARCH
    11. Goldfield, GS; Kalakanis, LE; Ernst, MM; Epstein, LH
      Open-loop feedback to increase physical activity in obese children

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF OBESITY
    12. Jeffery, RW; Drewnowski, A; Epstein, LH; Stunkard, AJ; Wilson, GT; Wing, RR; Hill, DR
      Long-term maintenance of weight loss: Current status

      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    13. Saelens, BE; Ernst, MM; Epstein, LH
      Maternal child feeding practices and obesity: A discordant sibling analysis

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EATING DISORDERS
    14. Raynor, HA; Epstein, LH
      Effects of sensory stimulation and post-ingestive consequences on satiation

      PHYSIOLOGY & BEHAVIOR
    15. Epstein, LH; Paluch, RA; Gordy, CC; Saelens, BE; Ernst, MM
      Problem solving in the treatment of childhood obesity

      JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    16. Billington, CJ; Epstein, LH; Goodwin, NJ; Hill, JO; Pi-Sunyer, FX; Rolls, BJ; Stern, J; Wadden, TA; Weinsier, RL; Wilson, GT; Wing, RR; Yanovski, SZ; Hubbard, VS; Hoofnagle, JH; Everhart, J; Harrison, B
      Overweight, obesity, and health risk

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    17. Yanovski, SZ; Billington, CJ; Epstein, LH; Goodwin, NJ; Hill, JO; Pi-Sunyer, FX; Rolls, BJ; Stern, JS; Wadden, TA; Weinsier, RL; Wilson, GT; Wing, RR
      Dieting and the development of eating disorders in overweight and obese adults

      ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
    18. Epstein, LH; Saelens, BE
      Behavioral economics of obesity: Food intake and energy expenditure

      REFRAMING HEALTH BEHAVIOR CHANGE WITH BEHAVIORAL ECONOMICS
    19. Dorn, JP; Cerny, FJ; Epstein, LH; Naughton, J; Vena, JE; Winkelstein, W; Schisterman, E; Trevisan, M
      Work and leisure time physical activity and mortality in men and women from a general population sample

      ANNALS OF EPIDEMIOLOGY
    20. Epstein, LH; Kilanowski, CK; Consalvi, AR; Paluch, RA
      Reinforcing value of physical activity as a determinant of child activity level

      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    21. Saelens, BE; Epstein, LH
      The rate of sedentary activities determines the reinforcing value of physical activity

      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
    22. Epstein, LH; Goldfield, GS
      Physical activity in the treatment of childhood overweight and obesity: current evidence and research issues

      MEDICINE AND SCIENCE IN SPORTS AND EXERCISE
    23. Epstein, LH
      Commentary: Future research directions in pediatric obesity research

      JOURNAL OF PEDIATRIC PSYCHOLOGY
    24. Coleman, KJ; Raynor, HR; Mueller, DM; Cerny, FJ; Dorn, JM; Epstein, LH
      Providing sedentary adults with choices for meeting their walking goals

      PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
    25. McCallum, SE; Caggiula, AR; Epstein, LH; Saylor, S; Ploskina, T; Sved, AF
      Mecamylamine blacks the development of tolerance to nicotine in rats: implications for the mechanisms of tolerance

      PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY
    26. MYERS MD; RAYNOR HA; EPSTEIN LH
      PREDICTORS OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGICAL CHANGES DURING FAMILY-BASED TREATMENT FOR OBESITY

      Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine
    27. Gennuso, J; Epstein, LH; Paluch, RA; Cerny, F
      The relationship between asthma and obesity in urban minority children andadolescents

      ARCHIVES OF PEDIATRICS & ADOLESCENT MEDICINE
    28. EPSTEIN LH
      INTEGRATING THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO PROMOTE PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY

      American journal of preventive medicine
    29. SAELENS BE; EPSTEIN LH
      BEHAVIORAL ENGINEERING OF ACTIVITY CHOICE IN OBESE CHILDREN

      International journal of obesity
    30. CAGGIULA AR; DONNY EC; EPSTEIN LH; SVED AF; KNOPF S; ROSE C; MCALLISTER CG; ANTELMAN SM; PERKINS KA
      THE ROLE OF CORTICOSTEROIDS IN NICOTINES PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BEHAVIORAL-EFFECTS

      Psychoneuroendocrinology
    31. COLEMAN KJ; EPSTEIN LH
      APPLICATION OF GENERALIZABILITY THEORY TO MEASUREMENT OF ACTIVITY IN MALES WHO ARE NOT REGULARLY ACTIVE - A PRELIMINARY-REPORT

      Research quarterly for exercise and sport
    32. RAYNOR DA; COLEMAN KJ; EPSTEIN LH
      EFFECTS OF PROXIMITY ON THE CHOICE TO BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE OR SEDENTARY

      Research quarterly for exercise and sport
    33. EPSTEIN LH; MYERS MD; RAYNOR HA; SAELENS BE
      TREATMENT OF PEDIATRIC OBESITY

      Pediatrics
    34. COLEMAN KJ; PALUCH RA; EPSTEIN LH
      A METHOD FOR THE DELIVERY OF REINFORCEMENT DURING EXERCISE

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    35. EPSTEIN LH; SAELENS BE; MYERS MD; VITO D
      EFFECTS OF DECREASING SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS ON ACTIVITY CHOICE IN OBESECHILDREN

      Health psychology
    36. COLEMAN KJ; SAELENS BE; WIEDRICHSMITH MD; FINN JD; EPSTEIN LH
      RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TRITRAC-R3D VECTORS, HEART-RATE, AND SELF-REPORT IN OBESE CHILDREN

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    37. EPSTEIN LH; PALUCH RA
      HABITUATION OF FACIAL MUSCLE RESPONSES TO REPEATED FOOD STIMULI

      Appetite
    38. EPSTEIN LH; PALUCH R; SMITH JD; SAYETTE M
      ALLOCATION OF ATTENTIONAL RESOURCES DURING HABITUATION TO FOOD CUES

      Psychophysiology
    39. WISNIEWSKI L; EPSTEIN LH; MARCUS MD; KAYE W
      DIFFERENCES IN SALIVARY HABITUATION TO PALATABLE FOODS IN BULIMIA-NERVOSA PATIENTS AND CONTROLS

      Psychosomatic medicine
    40. MYERS MD; EPSTEIN LH
      THE EFFECT OF DIETARY-FAT ON SALIVARY HABITUATION AND SATIATION

      Physiology & behavior
    41. EPSTEIN LH; MYERS MD; ANDERSON K
      THE ASSOCIATION OF MATERNAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND FAMILY SOCIOECONOMIC-STATUS WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL-PROBLEMS IN OBESE CHILDREN

      Obesity research
    42. EPSTEIN LH
      FAMILY BASED BEHAVIORAL INTERVENTION FOR OBESE CHILDREN

      International journal of obesity
    43. EPSTEIN LH; PALUCH RA; COLEMAN KJ; VITO D; ANDERSON K
      DETERMINANTS OF PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY IN OBESE CHILDREN ASSESSED BY ACCELEROMETER AND SELF-REPORT

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    44. EPSTEIN LH; COLEMAN KJ; MYERS MD
      EXERCISE IN TREATING OBESITY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS

      Medicine and science in sports and exercise
    45. SAELENS BE; EPSTEIN LH
      REINFORCING VALUE OF FOOD IN OBESE AND NONOBESE WOMEN

      Appetite
    46. EPSTEIN LH; PALUCH R; COLEMAN KJ
      DIFFERENCES IN SALIVATION TO REPEATED FOOD CUES IN OBESE AND NONOBESEWOMEN

      Psychosomatic medicine
    47. MITCHELL SL; EPSTEIN LH
      CHANGES IN TASTE AND SATIETY IN DIETARY-RESTRAINED WOMEN FOLLOWING STRESS

      Physiology & behavior
    48. EPSTEIN LH; VALOSKI AM; KALARCHIAN MA; MCCURLEY J
      DO CHILDREN LOSE AND MAINTAIN WEIGHT EASIER THAN ADULTS - A COMPARISON OF CHILD AND PARENT WEIGHT CHANGES FROM 6 MONTHS TO 10 YEARS

      Obesity research
    49. EPSTEIN LH; SAELENS BE; OBRIEN JG
      EFFECTS OF REINFORCING INCREASES IN ACTIVE BEHAVIOR VERSUS DECREASES IN SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR FOR OBESE CHILDREN

      International journal of behavioral medicine
    50. EPSTEIN LH; WISNIEWSKI L; DEFLAVIA P; MITCHELL S
      SALIVARY RESPONDING AND THE DURATION OF MEASUREMENT

      Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers
    51. EPSTEIN LH
      EXERCISE IN THE TREATMENT OF CHILDHOOD OBESITY

      International journal of obesity
    52. EPSTEIN LH; VALOSKI AM; VARA LS; MCCURLEY J; WISNIEWSKI L; KALARCHIAN MA; KLEIN KR; SHRAGER LR
      EFFECTS OF DECREASING SEDENTARY BEHAVIOR AND INCREASING ACTIVITY ON WEIGHT CHANGE IN OBESE CHILDREN

      Health psychology
    53. PERKINS KA; MITCHELL SL; EPSTEIN LH
      PHYSIOLOGICAL AND SUBJECTIVE RESPONSES TO FOOD CUES AS A FUNCTION OF SMOKING ABSTINENCE AND DIETARY RESTRAINT

      Physiology & behavior
    54. PERKINS KA; EPSTEIN LH; FONTE C; MITCHELL SL; GROBE JE
      GENDER, DIETARY RESTRAINT, AND SMOKINGS INFLUENCE ON HUNGER AND THE REINFORCING VALUE OF FOOD

      Physiology & behavior
    55. CAGGIULA AR; EPSTEIN LH; PERKINS KA; SAYLOR S
      DIFFERENT METHODS OF ASSESSING NICOTINE-INDUCED ANTINOCICEPTION MAY ENGAGE DIFFERENT NEURAL MECHANISMS

      Psychopharmacology
    56. EPSTEIN LH; MCKENZIE SJ; VALOSKI A; KLEIN KR; WING RR
      EFFECTS OF MASTERY CRITERIA AND CONTINGENT REINFORCEMENT FOR FAMILY-BASED CHILD WEIGHT CONTROL

      Addictive behaviors
    57. EPSTEIN LH; VALOSKI A; WING RR; MCCURLEY J
      10-YEAR OUTCOMES OF BEHAVIORAL FAMILY-BASED TREATMENT FOR CHILDHOOD OBESITY

      Health psychology
    58. EPSTEIN LH; KLEIN KR; WISNIEWSKI L
      CHILD AND PARENT FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE PSYCHOLOGICAL-PROBLEMS IN OBESE CHILDREN

      The International journal of eating disorders
    59. DERBYSHIRE MK; EPSTEIN LH; YOUNG CSH; MUNZ PL; FISHEL R
      NONHOMOLOGOUS RECOMBINATION IN HUMAN-CELLS

      Molecular and cellular biology
    60. MCALLISTER CG; CAGGIULA AR; KNOPF S; EPSTEIN LH; MILLER AL; ANTELMAN SM; PERKINS KA
      IMMUNOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ACUTE AND CHRONIC NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION INRATS

      Journal of neuroimmunology
    61. PERKINS KA; EPSTEIN LH; GROBE J; FONTE C
      TOBACCO ABSTINENCE, SMOKING CUES, AND THE REINFORCING VALUE OF SMOKING

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    62. WING RR; BLAIR E; MARCUS M; EPSTEIN LH; HARVEY J
      YEAR-LONG WEIGHT-LOSS TREATMENT FOR OBESE PATIENTS WITH TYPE-II DIABETES - DOES INCLUDING AN INTERMITTENT VERY-LOW-CALORIE DIET IMPROVE OUTCOME

      The American journal of medicine
    63. PERKINS KA; SEXTON JE; EPSTEIN LH; DIMARCO A; FONTE C; STILLER RL; SCIERKA A; JACOB RG
      ACUTE THERMOGENIC EFFECTS OF NICOTINE COMBINED WITH CAFFEINE DURING LIGHT PHYSICAL-ACTIVITY IN MALE AND FEMALE SMOKERS

      The American journal of clinical nutrition
    64. MCKENZIE SJ; KLEIN KR; EPSTEIN LH; MCCURLEY J
      EFFECTS OF SETTING AND NUMBER OF OBSERVATIONS ON GENERALIZABILITY OF PARENT-CHILD INTERACTIONS IN CHILDHOOD OBESITY TREATMENT

      Journal of psychopathology and behavioral assessment
    65. VARA LS; EPSTEIN LH
      LABORATORY ASSESSMENT OF CHOICE BETWEEN EXERCISE OR SEDENTARY BEHAVIORS

      Research quarterly for exercise and sport
    66. PERKINS KA; GROBE JE; EPSTEIN LH; CAGGIULA A; STILLER RL; JACOB RG
      CHRONIC AND ACUTE TOLERANCE TO SUBJECTIVE EFFECTS OF NICOTINE

      Pharmacology, biochemistry and behavior
    67. BLAIR SN; POWELL KE; BAZZARRE TL; EARLY JL; EPSTEIN LH; GREEN LW; HARRIS SS; HASKELL WL; KING AC; KOPLAN J; MARCUS B; PAFFENBARGER RS; YEAGER KK
      PHYSICAL INACTIVITY - WORKSHOP-5

      Circulation
    68. EPSTEIN LH; VALOSKI A; MCCURLEY J
      EFFECT OF WEIGHT-LOSS BY OBESE CHILDREN ON LONG-TERM GROWTH

      American journal of diseases of children [1960]
    69. CAGGIULA AR; EPSTEIN LH; ANTELMAN SM; SAYLOR S; KNOPF S; PERKINS KA; STILLER R
      ACUTE STRESS OR CORTICOSTERONE ADMINISTRATION REDUCES RESPONSIVENESS TO NICOTINE - IMPLICATIONS FOR A MECHANISM OF CONDITIONED TOLERANCE

      Psychopharmacology


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