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2012The relationship between compulsive exercise and emotion regulation in adolescentsGoodwin, Huw; Haycraft, Emma; Meyer, Caroline
2011Relationships between temperament and eating behaviours in young childrenHaycraft, Emma; Farrow, Claire V.; Meyer, Caroline; Powell, Faye; Blissett, Jacqueline
2015Reported and observed controlling feeding practices predict child eating behaviour after 12 monthsBergmeier, Heidi J.; Skouteris, Helen; Haycraft, Emma; Haines, Jess; Hooley, Merrilyn
2018Risk factors for eating disorder psychopathology within the treatment seeking transgender population: The role of cross-sex hormone treatmentJones, Bethany A.; Haycraft, Emma; Bouman, Walter P.; Brewin, Nicola; Claes, L.; Arcelus, Jon
2008The role of child temperament in children's obesogenic eating behaviours: data from mothers and fathersHaycraft, Emma; Blissett, Jacqueline; Farrow, Claire V.; Meyer, Caroline
2011The role of parenting in the relationship between childhood eating problems and broader behaviour problemsBlissett, Jacqueline; Meyer, Caroline; Haycraft, Emma
2010The role of parents' romantic relationship warmth and hostility in child feeding practices and children's eating behavioursHaycraft, Emma; Blissett, Jacqueline
2017Sedentary behaviour across the primary-secondary school transition: a systematic reviewPearson, Natalie; Haycraft, Emma; Johnston, Julie P.; Atkin, Andrew J.
2011Similarities between eating attitudes among friendship groups in childhood: the moderating role of child anxietyFarrow, Claire V.; Haycraft, Emma; Meyer, Caroline
2015Social and individual influences on eating in pre-adolescents: The role of friends’ eating behaviours and individual anxiety and depressionHouldcroft, Laura; Haycraft, Emma; Farrow, Claire V.
2011Sociocultural correlates of compulsive exercise: Is the environment important in fostering a compulsivity towards exercise among adolescents?Goodwin, Huw; Haycraft, Emma; Meyer, Caroline
2014Sociocultural risk factors for compulsive exercise: a prospective study of adolescentsGoodwin, Huw; Haycraft, Emma; Meyer, Caroline
2016Sport and transgender people: a systematic review of the literature relating to sport participation and competitive sport policiesJones, Bethany A.; Arcelus, Jon; Bouman, Walter P.; Haycraft, Emma
2018The stability and continuity of maternally reported and observed child eating behaviours and feeding practices across early childhoodPowell, Faye; Farrow, Claire V.; Meyer, Caroline; Haycraft, Emma
2017A systematic review of methods for increasing vegetable consumption in early childhoodHolley, Clare E.; Farrow, Claire V.; Haycraft, Emma
2015Teaching our children when to eat: how parental feeding practices inform the development of emotional eating. A longitudinal experimental designFarrow, Claire V.; Haycraft, Emma; Blissett, Jacqueline
2017Time to re-think picky eating?: a relational approach to understanding picky eatingWalton, Kathryn; Kuczynski, Leon; Haycraft, Emma; Breen, Andrea; Haines, Jess
2013Unintentional role models: links between maternal eating psychopathology and the modelling of eating behavioursPalfreyman, Zoe; Haycraft, Emma; Meyer, Caroline
2015'Why don't you try it again?' A comparison of parent led, home based interventions aimed at increasing children's consumption of a disliked vegetableHolley, Clare E.; Haycraft, Emma; Farrow, Claire V.
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