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Barker, Alexander B.: Parkin, Megan: Sinha, Shreesh: Wilson, Emma: Murray, Rachael L.: A content analysis of 'junk food' content in children's TV programmes: a comparison of UK broadcast TV and video-on-demand services. [2022]
Sato, Priscila de Morais: Leite, Fernanda Helena Marrocos: Khandpur, Neha: Martins, Ana Paula Bortoletto: Mais, Lais Amaral: "I like the one with Minions": The influence of marketing on packages of ultra-processed snacks on children's food choices. [2022]
Blazek, Janelle L.: Saint Arnault, Denise M.: Carter, Rona: Breasts, butts, and thighs - oh my! Weight spurt and body image messages in girls' puberty books. [2022]
Ravens-Sieberer, Ulrike: Erhart, Michael: Devine, Janine: Gilbert, Martha: Reiss, Franziska: u.a.: Child and adolescent mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: Results of the three-wave longitudinal COPSY study. [2022]
Dennis, Cindy-Lee: Carsley, Sarah: Brennenstuhl, Sarah: Brown, Hilary K.: Marini, Flavia: u. a.: Screen use and internet addiction among parents of young children: A nationwide Canadian cross-sectional survey. [2022]
Stroemmer, Sofia T.: Sivaramakrishnan, Divya: Shaw, Sarah C.: Morrison, Kathleen: Barrett, Millie: u.a.: Young people's experiences of COVID-19 messaging at the start of the UK lockdown: lessons for positive engagement and information sharing. [2022]
Conde Gomez, Ana Lucia: de Bofarull Torrents, Ignasi: Cerrato Lara, Maria: Young children and screen-time: Spanish research gap and future investigations proposals. [2022]
Carcioppolo, Nick: Lun, Di: MacFarlane, Soroya Julian: Exaggerated and questioning clickbait headlines and their influence on media learning. [2022]
Kracht, Chelsea L.: Willburn, Jordan Gracie: Broyles, Stephanie T.: Katzmarzyk, Peter T.: Staiano, Amanda E.: Association of night-time screen-viewing with adolescents' diet, sleep, weight status, and adiposity. [2022]
Kerai, Salima: Almas, Alisa: Guhn, Martin: Forer, Barry: Oberle, Eva: Screen time and developmental health: results from an early childhood study in Canada. [2022]
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