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Reigh NA, Alla L, Cevallos MC, Williams SN, Rolls BJ, Savage JS, Johnson SL, Lohse B, Zimmerman HT, Keller KL.
An intervention to improve eating self-regulation in children increases knowledge and energy compensation. Poster abstract presentation at: The Obesity Society Annual Meeting at Obesity Week 2017; November 2, 2017; Oxon Hill, Maryland.
Learn more about project collaborators- http://nutrition.hhdev.psu.edu/childrens-eating-lab
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Poster: Fuel for Fun improved self-efficacy, attitude and preference for fruits and vegetables in impact assessment using cohort delayed intervention design. Abstract Book [TLB-2041-P ] of the 2014 annual meeting of The Obesity Society, Boston, MA.
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Poster: C.L.A.S.S. for classroom level assessment of nutrition education in Pennsylvania preschools eligible for SNAP Education. Abstract Book [T-2681-P] of the 2014 annual meeting of The Obesity Society,Boston, MA.