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Feed with Love and Respect Additional References

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Blissett, J., Meyer, C., & Haycraft, E. (2011). The role of parenting in the relationship between childhood eating problems and broader behaviour problems. Child: Care, Health and Development, 37(5), 642-648.
Branscomb, K. R. (2011). An Exploration and Comparison of Infant Feeding Practices in Home and Center Contexts. Child Studies in Diverse Contexts, 1(1), 39-49.
DiSantis, K. I., Hodges, E. A., Johnson, S. L., & Fisher, J. O. (2011). The role of responsive feeding in overweight during infancy and toddlerhood: a systematic review. International Journal of Obesity, 35(4), 480-492.
Evans, A., Seth, J. G., Smith, S., Harris, K. K., Loyo, J., Spaulding, C., ... & Gottlieb, N. (2011). Parental feeding practices and concerns related to child underweight, picky eating, and using food to calm differ according to ethnicity/race, acculturation, and income. Maternal and Child Health Journal, 15(7), 899-909.
Frankel, L. A., Hughes, S. O., O'Connor, T. M., Power, T. G., Fisher, J. O., & Hazen, N. L. (2012). Parental influences on children’s self-regulation of energy intake: insights from developmental literature on emotion regulation. Journal of Obesity, 2012.
Frith, A. L., Naved, R. T., Persson, L. A., Rasmussen, K. M., & Frongillo, E. A. (2012). Early Participation in a Prenatal Food Supplementation Program Ameliorates the Negative Association of Food Insecurity with Quality of Maternal-Infant Interaction. The Journal of Nutrition, 142(6), 1095-1101.
Gueron-Sela, N., Atzaba-Poria, N., Barak-Levy, Y., Meiri, G., & Yerushalmi, B. (2011). Links between paternal depressive symptoms, parental sensitivity and children’s responsiveness: A study on Israeli children with feeding disorders. Family Science, 2(2), 87-97.
Haycraft, E., & Blissett, J. (2011). Predictors of paternal and maternal controlling feeding practices with 2-to 5-year-old children. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
Holmes, J. (2012). Observing Snack Time at a Psychoanalytic Parent-Toddler Group: Affect Regulation and Therapeutic Possibilities. Journal of Infant, Child, and Adolescent Psychotherapy, 11(1), 39-52.
Kim, P., Feldman, R., Mayes, L. C., Eicher, V., Thompson, N., Leckman, J. F., & Swain, J. E. (2011). Breastfeeding, brain activation to own infant cry, and maternal sensitivity. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 52(8), 907-915.
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Miller, A. (2011). The impact on the family of a child’s feeding and swallowing problems: Associations with parental stress, and children’s daily functional activities (Doctoral dissertation, University of Pittsburgh).
Minkkinen, M. H. (2011). Infant Brain Development And The Impact Of Breast Feeding: A Review Of Literature. Journal of College Teaching & Learning (TLC),4(5).
Pesch, M. H., Harrell, K. J., Kaciroti, N., Rosenblum, K. L., & Lumeng, J. C. (2011). Maternal styles of talking about child feeding across sociodemographic groups. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 111(12), 1861-1867.
Powell, F. C., Farrow, C. V., & Meyer, C. (2011). Food avoidance in children: The influence of maternal feeding practices and behaviours. Appetite, 57(3), 683-692.
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Skouteris, H., McCabe, M., Ricciardelli, L. A., Milgrom, J., Baur, L. A., Aksan, N., & Dell’Aquila, D. (2012). Parent-child interactions and obesity prevention: A systematic review of the literature. Early Child Development and Care, 182(2), 153-174.
Wachs, T. D., Posada, G., Carbonell, O. A., Creed-Kanashiro, H., & Gurkas, P. (2011). Infant Nutrition and 12 and 18 Months Secure Base Behavior: An Exploratory Study. Infancy, 16(1), 91-111.