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- Foraita R, Witte J, Börnhorst C, Gwozdz W, Pala V, Lissner L, et al. A longitudinal causal graph analysis investigating modifiable risk factors and obesity in a European cohort of children and adolescents. medRxiv. 2022. Pre-print available online.
Key publications from related studies
- Ahrens et al. Cohort profile: the transition from childhood to adolescence in European children–how I.Family extends the IDEFICS cohort. Int J Epidemiol 2017;46:1394-5j
- Pigeot, Baranowski, De Henauw. The IDEFICS intervention trial to prevent childhood obesity: design and study methods. Obes Rev 2015;16(Suppl 2):4-15
- van Eijsden et al. Cohort profile: the Amsterdam Born Children and their Development (ABCD) study. Int J Epidemiol 2011;40:1176-86
- Anselma et al. Kids in Action: the protocol of a Youth Participatory Action Research project to promote physical activity and dietary behaviour. BMJ Open 2019;9:e025584
- Anselma et al. Co-designing obesity prevention interventions together with children: intervention mapping meets youth-led participatory action research. Int J Behav Nutr Phys Act 2019;16:130
- de Hoog et al. The role of infant feeding practices in the explanation for ethnic differences in infant growth: the Amsterdam Born Children and their Development study. Br J Nutr 2011;106:1592-601
- de Hoog et al. Overweight at age two years in a multi-ethnic cohort (ABCD study): the role of prenatal factors, birth outcomes and postnatal factors. BMC Public Health 2011;11:611
- Vrijkotte et al. Growth patterns from birth to overweight at age 5-6 years of children with various backgrounds in socioeconomic status and country of origin: the ABCD study. Pediatr Obes 2020;15:e12635
- Haines et al. Guelph Family Health Study: pilot study of a home-based obesity prevention intervention. Can J Public Health 2018;109:549-60