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Bibliographic Entry Childbearing is not associated with young women's long-term obesity risk
Robinson, Whitney R.; Cheng, Mariah C.; Hoggatt, Katherine J.; Stürmer, Til; & Siega-Riz, Anna M. (2013). Childbearing is not associated with young women's long-term obesity risk. Obesity. PMCID: PMC3869892 NIHMSID: NIHMS511297
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Bibliographic Entry Asymmetric association between exposure to obesity and weight gain among adolescents
Yang, M.; & Huang, R. (2014). Asymmetric association between exposure to obesity and weight gain among adolescents. Eastern Economic Journal, 40(1), 96-118.
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Bibliographic Entry The Immigrant Paradox and Adolescent Obesity: Examining Health Behaviors as Potential Mediators
McCullough, Mary Beth; & Marks, Amy K. (2014). The Immigrant Paradox and Adolescent Obesity: Examining Health Behaviors as Potential Mediators. Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics, 35(2), 138-143.
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Bibliographic Entry Leveraging social influence to address overweight and obesity using agent-based models: the role of adolescent social networks
Zhang, J.; Tong, L.; Lamberson, P. J.; Durazo, R.; Luke, A.; & Shoham, D. A. (2014). Leveraging social influence to address overweight and obesity using agent-based models: the role of adolescent social networks. Social Science & Medicine, S0277-9536(14), 00343-8. PMCID: PMC4306600 NIHMSID: NIHMS607519
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Bibliographic Entry Longitudinal impact of sleep on overweight and obesity in children and adolescents: a systematic review and bias-adjusted meta-analysis
Fatima, Y.; Doi, S. A. R.; & Mamun, A. A. (2015). Longitudinal impact of sleep on overweight and obesity in children and adolescents: a systematic review and bias-adjusted meta-analysis. Obesity Reviews.
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Bibliographic Entry Influence of SNP*SNP interaction on BMI in European American adolescents: findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health
Young, K. L.; Graff, M.; North, K. E.; Richardson, A. S.; Bradfield, J. P.; Grant, S. F. A.; Lange, L. A.; Lange, E. M.; Harris, K. M.; & Gordon-Larsen, P. (2015). Influence of SNP*SNP interaction on BMI in European American adolescents: findings from the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health. Pediatric Obesity, 11(2), 95-101. PMCID: PMC4615264 NIHMSID: NIHMS683582
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Bibliographic Entry The Sequencing of a College Degree during the Transition to Adulthood: Implications for Obesity
Miech, R. A.; Shanahan, M. J.; Boardman, J.; & Bauldry, S. (2015). The Sequencing of a College Degree during the Transition to Adulthood: Implications for Obesity. Journal of health and social behavior, 56(2), 281-95.
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Bibliographic Entry Evidence for a Possible Link between Bedtime and Change in Body Mass Index
Asarnow, L. D.; McGlinchey, E.; & Harvey, A. G. (2015). Evidence for a Possible Link between Bedtime and Change in Body Mass Index. Sleep, 38(10), 1523-1527. PMCID: PMC4576325
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Bibliographic Entry Longitudinal Study of Body Mass Index in Young Males and the Transition to Fatherhood
Garfield, C. F.; Duncan, G.; Gutina, A.; Rutsohn, J.; McDade, T. W.; Adam, E. K.; Coley, R. L.; & Chase-Lansdale, P. L. (2015). Longitudinal Study of Body Mass Index in Young Males and the Transition to Fatherhood. American journal of men's health.
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Bibliographic Entry Long-Term Association Between Developmental Assets and Health Behaviors: An Exploratory Study
Bleck, J.; & DeBate, R. (2015). Long-Term Association Between Developmental Assets and Health Behaviors: An Exploratory Study. Health Education & Behavior, 43(5), 543-551.
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