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2015 Longitudinal associations between parenting style and adolescent disordered eating behaviors. ---
2012 Association between major patterns of dietary intake and weight status in adolescents. ---
2011 Multiple sociodemographic and socioenvironmental characteristics are correlated with major patterns of dietary intake in adolescents. ---
2011 Predictors of adolescent breakfast consumption: longitudinal findings from Project EAT. ---
2010 Dietary patterns and home food availability during emerging adulthood: do they differ by living situation? ---
2010 Family meals and adolescents: what have we learned from Project EAT (Eating Among Teens)? ---
2010 Longitudinal and secular trends in adolescent whole-grain consumption, 1999-2004. ---
2010 Parenting characteristics in the home environment and adolescent overweight: a latent class analysis. ---
2010 Physical activity and sports team participation: associations with academic outcomes in middle school and high school students. GPA
10  2010 Whole-grain intake correlates among adolescents and young adults: findings from Project EAT. ---
11  2009 Adolescent beverage habits and changes in weight over time: findings from Project EAT. ---
12  2009 Does participation in organized sports predict future physical activity for adolescents from diverse economic backgrounds? MVPA, SES
13  2009 Eating when there is not enough to eat: eating behaviors and perceptions of food among food-insecure youths. ---
14  2009 Effect of socioeconomic status on weight change patterns in adolescents. SES
15  2009 Five-year longitudinal and secular shifts in adolescent beverage intake: findings from project EAT (Eating Among Teens)-II. ---
16  2009 Making time for meals: meal structure and associations with dietary intake in young adults. ---
17  2009 Predictors of initiation and persistence of unhealthy weight control behaviours in adolescents. CI, ORs, UWCB
18  2009 Weight control behaviors and dietary intake among adolescents and young adults: longitudinal findings from Project EAT. ---
19  2008 Accurate parental classification of overweight adolescents' weight status: does it matter? ---
20  2008 Breakfast eating and weight change in a 5-year prospective analysis of adolescents: Project EAT (Eating Among Teens). ---
21  2008 Factors associated with overweight among urban American Indian adolescents: findings from Project EAT. ---
22  2008 Family meals and disordered eating in adolescents: longitudinal findings from project EAT. ---
23  2008 Racial/ethnic differences in weight-related teasing in adolescents. ---
24  2007 Are diet and physical activity patterns related to cigarette smoking in adolescents? Findings from Project EAT. ---
25  2007 Associations between maternal concern for healthful eating and maternal eating behaviors, home food availability, and adolescent eating behaviors. SES
26  2007 Fast food for family meals: relationships with parent and adolescent food intake, home food availability and weight status. ---
27  2007 Fat 'n happy 5 years later: is it bad for overweight girls to like their bodies? ---
28  2007 Food and weight-related patterns and behaviors of Hmong adolescents. ---
29  2007 Is dieting advice from magazines helpful or harmful? Five-year associations with weight-control behaviors and psychological outcomes in adolescents. ---
30  2007 Participation in weight-related sports is associated with higher use of unhealthful weight-control behaviors and steroid use. OR
31  2007 Personal, behavioral, and environmental risk and protective factors for adolescent overweight. ---
32  2007 Shared risk and protective factors for overweight and disordered eating in adolescents. ---
33  2007 Why does dieting predict weight gain in adolescents? Findings from project EAT-II: a 5-year longitudinal study. BMI
34  2006 Adolescent and parent views of family meals. ---
35  2006 Adolescents involved in weight-related and power team sports have better eating patterns and nutrient intakes than non-sport-involved adolescents. ---
36  2006 Calcium and dairy intakes of adolescents are associated with their home environment, taste preferences, personal health beliefs, and meal patterns. ---
37  2006 Food preparation and purchasing roles among adolescents: associations with sociodemographic characteristics and diet quality. ---
38  2006 Obesity, disordered eating, and eating disorders in a longitudinal study of adolescents: how do dieters fare 5 years later? OR
39  2006 Parent-child connectedness and behavioral and emotional health among adolescents. ---
40  2006 Psychosocial and behavioral correlates of dieting among overweight and non-overweight adolescents. ---
41  2006 Relationships between maternal and adolescent weight-related behaviors and concerns: the role of perception. ---
42  2006 Weight teasing and disordered eating behaviors in adolescents: longitudinal findings from Project EAT (Eating Among Teens). SES
43  2004 Mothers' perceptions of their adolescents' weight status: are they accurate? ---
44  2004 Weight-control behaviors among adolescent girls and boys: implications for dietary intake. ---
45  2003 Couch potatoes or french fries: are sedentary behaviors associated with body mass index, physical activity, and dietary behaviors among adolescents? BMI
46  2003 Family meal patterns: associations with sociodemographic characteristics and improved dietary intake among adolescents. ---
47  2003 Overeating among adolescents: prevalence and associations with weight-related characteristics and psychological health. ---
48  2002 Ethnic/racial differences in weight-related concerns and behaviors among adolescent girls and boys: findings from Project EAT. BMI
49  2002 Weight-related concerns and behaviors among overweight and nonoverweight adolescents: implications for preventing weight-related disorders. ---