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A brief review on correlates of physical activity and sedentariness in youth
K Van Der Horst, MJCA Paw, JWR Twisk, W Van Mechelen
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise 39 (8), 1241-1250, 2007
17382007
Environmental correlates of physical activity in youth–a review and update
I Ferreira, K Van Der Horst, W Wendel‐Vos, S Kremers, FJ Van Lenthe, ...
Obesity reviews 8 (2), 129-154, 2007
13442007
A systematic review of environmental correlates of obesity-related dietary behaviors in youth
K Van der Horst, A Oenema, I Ferreira, W Wendel-Vos, K Giskes, ...
Health education research 22 (2), 203-226, 2007
7982007
Convenience food products. Drivers for consumption
TA Brunner, K Van der Horst, M Siegrist
Appetite 55 (3), 498-506, 2010
4152010
Perceived parenting style and practices and the consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages by adolescents
K Van der Horst, S Kremers, I Ferreira, A Singh, A Oenema, J Brug
Health education research 22 (2), 295-304, 2007
3212007
Determinants of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in young people: a review and quality synthesis of prospective studies
L Uijtdewilligen, J Nauta, AS Singh, W van Mechelen, JWR Twisk, ...
British journal of sports medicine 45 (11), 896-905, 2011
2842011
Ready-meal consumption: associations with weight status and cooking skills
K Van der Horst, TA Brunner, M Siegrist
Public health nutrition 14 (2), 239-245, 2011
2472011
Involving children in meal preparation. Effects on food intake
K Van der Horst, A Ferrage, A Rytz
Appetite 79, 18-24, 2014
2232014
The school food environment: associations with adolescent soft drink and snack consumption
K van der Horst, A Timperio, D Crawford, R Roberts, J Brug, A Oenema
American journal of preventive medicine 35 (3), 217-223, 2008
1772008
Adolescent screen-viewing behaviour is associated with consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages: the role of habit strength and perceived parental norms
SPJ Kremers, K van der Horst, J Brug
Appetite 48 (3), 345-350, 2007
1672007
Snack frequency: associations with healthy and unhealthy food choices
C Hartmann, M Siegrist, K van der Horst
Public health nutrition 16 (8), 1487-1496, 2013
1472013
Overcoming picky eating. Eating enjoyment as a central aspect of children’s eating behaviors
K Van der Horst
Appetite 58 (2), 567-574, 2012
1452012
Objective and perceived availability of physical activity opportunities: differences in associations with physical activity behavior among urban adolescents
RG Prins, A Oenema, K van der Horst, J Brug
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 6 (1), 1-9, 2009
1362009
Picky eating: Associations with child eating characteristics and food intake
K Van Der Horst, DM Deming, R Lesniauskas, BT Carr, KC Reidy
Appetite 103, 286-293, 2016
1272016
Residents’ reasons for specialty choice: influence of gender, time, patient and career
K Van der Horst, M Siegrist, P Orlow, M Giger
Medical education 44 (6), 595-602, 2010
1092010
Parenting styles, feeding styles and food-related parenting practices in relation to toddlers’ eating styles: A cluster-analytic approach
K van der Horst, EFC Sleddens
PloS one 12 (5), e0178149, 2017
1022017
The ENDORSE study: research into environmental determinants of obesity related behaviors in Rotterdam schoolchildren
K Horst, A Oenema, P Looij-Jansen, J Brug
BMC Public Health 8, 1-9, 2008
992008
Environmental and cognitive correlates of adolescent breakfast consumption
CS DeJong, FJ van Lenthe, K van der Horst, A Oenema
Preventive medicine 48 (4), 372-377, 2009
892009
Socio-demographic factors as correlates of active commuting to school in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
E Bere, K van der Horst, A Oenema, R Prins, J Brug
Preventive medicine 47 (4), 412-416, 2008
852008
Fast food and take‐away food consumption are associated with different lifestyle characteristics
K van der Horst, TA Brunner, M Siegrist
Journal of human nutrition and dietetics 24 (6), 596-602, 2011
722011
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