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Faster eating rates are associated with higher energy intakes during an ad libitum meal, higher BMI and greater adiposity among 4·5-year-old children: results from the Growing Up in Singapore Towards Healthy Outcomes (GUSTO) cohort.. Br J Nutr. 117(7):1042-1051.. 2017.
Associations between inhibitory control, eating behaviours and adiposity in 6-year-old children.. Int J Obes (Lond). 43(7):1344-1353.. 2019.
A description of an 'obesogenic' eating style that promotes higher energy intake and is associated with greater adiposity in 4.5year-old children: Results from the GUSTO cohort.. Physiol Behav. 176:107-116.. 2017.
Prospective associations between parental feeding practices and children's oral processing behaviours.. Matern Child Nutr. :e12635.. 2018.
Oral processing behaviours that promote children's energy intake are associated with parent-reported appetitive traits: Results from the GUSTO cohort.. Appetite. 126:8-15.. 2018.