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Holley, Clare E.; Haycraft, Emma and Farrow, Claire (2017). Predicting children's fussiness with vegetables:the role of feeding practices. Maternal and Child Nutrition, in pre ,

Houldcroft, Laura; Haycraft, Emma and Farrow, Claire (2015). Social and individual influences on eating in preadolescents:the role of friends’ eating behaviours and individual anxiety and depression. Advances in Pediatric Research, 2 , pp. 22-29.

Haycraft, Emma; Witcomb, Gemma and Farrow, Claire (2015). Supporting families with a fussy eater. Community Practitioner, 88 (4), pp. 24-27.

Haycraft, Emma; Witcomb, Gemma and Farrow, Claire (2015). The child feeding guide:a helpful resource for families who are worried about children’s fussy eating. NHD Magazine , pp. 14-18.

Haycraft, Emma; Witcomb, Gemma and Farrow, Claire (2015). Fussy eaters:are you making a meal out of child feeding? Teach Nursery, 5 (2), p. 57.

Farrow, Claire (2014). A comparison between the feeding practices of parents and grandparents. Eating Behaviors, 15 (3), pp. 339-342.

Haycraft, Emma; Witcomb, Gemma and Farrow, Claire (2014). Making a meal out of child feeding? Home Childcarer , pp. 22-23.

Farrow, Claire and Blissett, Jackie (2014). Maternal mind-mindedness during infancy, general parenting sensitivity and observed child feeding behavior:a longitudinal study. Attachment and Human Development, 16 (3), pp. 230-241.

Farrow, Claire; Haycraft, Emma and Mitchell, Gemma L. (2013). Milk feeding, solid feeding, and obesity risk:a review of the relationships between early life feeding practices and later adiposity. Current Diabetes Reports, 2 (1), pp. 58-64.

Haycraft, Emma; Farrow, Claire and Blissett, Jackie (2013). Maternal symptoms of depression are related to observations of controlling feeding practices in mothers of young children. Journal of Family Psychology, 27 (1), pp. 159-164.

Arcelus, Jon; Haslam, Michelle; Farrow, Claire and Meyer, Caroline (2013). The role of interpersonal functioning in the maintenance of eating psychopathology:a systematic review and testable model. Clinical Psychology Review, 33 (1), pp. 156-167.

Mitchell, Gemma L.; Farrow, Claire; Haycraft, Emma and Meyer, Caroline (2013). Parental influences on children's eating behaviour and characteristics of successful parent-focussed interventions. Appetite, 60 , pp. 85-94.

Haslam, Michelle; Arcelus, Jon; Farrow, Claire and Meyer, Caroline (2012). Attitudes towards emotional expression mediate the relationship between childhood invalidation and adult eating concern. European Eating Disorders Review, 20 (6), pp. 510-514.

Farrow, Claire; Blissett, Jacqueline and Haycraft, Emma (2011). Does child weight influence how mothers report their feeding practices? International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, 6 (3-4), pp. 306-313.

Haycraft, Emma; Farrow, Claire; Meyer, Caroline; Powell, Faye and Blissett, Jackie (2011). Relationships between temperament and eating behaviours in young children. Appetite, 56 (3), pp. 689-692.

Blissett, Jackie; Haycraft, Emma and Farrow, Claire (2010). Inducing preschool children's emotional eating:relations with parental feeding practices. American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 92 (2), pp. 359-365.

Farrow, Claire (2008). Child weight and feeding problems. Child Health Alert, 24 (7), pp. 2-3.

Farrow, Claire and Blissett, Jackie (2006). Does maternal control during feeding moderate early infant weight gain? Pediatrics, 118 (2), pp. 293-298.

Blissett, Jackie; Meyer, Caroline; Farrow, Claire; Bryant-Waugh, Rachel and Nicholls, Dasha (2005). Maternal core beliefs and children's feeding problems. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 37 (2), pp. 127-134.

Khan, Sammyh S.; Tarrant, Mark; Weston, Dale; Shah, Pooja and Farrow, Claire Can raising awareness about the psychological causes of obesity reduce obesity stigma? Health Communication, in pre ,

Houldcroft, Laura; Farrow, Claire and Haycraft, Emma Eating behaviours of preadolescent children over time:stability, continuity and the moderating role of perceived parental feeding practices. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 13 (4),

Holley, Clare E.; Farrow, Claire and Haycraft, Emma Examining caregivers’ use of rewards to encourage consumption of vegetables:do they work. Appetite, 107 , p. 682.

Holley, Clare; Farrow, Claire and Haycraft, Emma Investigating offering of vegetables by caregivers of preschool age children. Child: Care, Health and Development, In pre ,

Holley, Clare E.; Haycraft, Emma and Farrow, Claire Investigating the efficacy of parent-led repeated taste exposure, incentives and modelling interventions at increasing children's acceptance of a disliked vegetable. Appetite, 83 , p. 348.

Holley, Clare E.; Farrow, Claire and Haycraft, Emma Investigating the role of parent and child characteristics in healthy eating intervention outcomes. Appetite, 105 , pp. 291-297.

Farrow, Claire and Blissett, Jackie Maternal cognitions, psychopathologic symptoms, and infant temperament as predictors of early infant feeding problems:a longitudinal study. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 39 (2), pp. 128-134.

Farrow, Claire; Haycraft, Emma and Blissett, Jackie Mind the doughnut:emotional eating is a habit that can start in childhood. The Conversation ,

Houldcroft, Laura; Haycraft, Emma and Farrow, Claire Peer and friend influences on children's eating. Social development, 23 (1), pp. 19-40.

Houldcroft, Laura; Farrow, Claire and Haycraft, Emma Perceptions of parental pressure to eat and eating behaviours in preadolescents:the mediating role of anxiety. Appetite, 80 , 61–69.

Haycraft, Emma; Houldcroft, Laura and Farrow, Claire Stability and continuity of parent’s feeding practices:pre-adolescent children’s perceptions. Appetite, 107 , p. 683.

Holley, Clare E.; Haycraft, Emma and Farrow, Claire 'Why don't you try it again?' A comparison of parent led, home based interventions aimed at increasing children's consumption of a disliked vegetable. Appetite, 87 , pp. 215-222.

Powell, Faye; Farrow, Claire; Meyer, Caroline and Haycraft, Emma The importance of mealtime structure for reducing child food fussiness. Maternal and Child Nutrition, Early ,

Houldcroft, L.; Haycraft, E. and Farrow, Claire The influence of friends and peers on children’s food intake:an experimental study. Appetite, 71 , p. 482.

Holley, Clare E.; Farrow, Claire and Haycraft, Emma A systematic review of methods for increasing vegetable consumption in early childhood. Current nutrition reports, 6 (2), pp. 157-170.

Book Section

Farrow, Claire; Tarrant, Mark and Khan, Sammyh (2016). Using social identity to promote health:the impact of group memberships on health in the context of obesity. IN: Addiction, behavioral change and social identity: the path to resilience and recovery. Buckingham, Sarah A. and Best, David (eds) Routledge.

Farrow, Claire; Houldcroft, Laura and Blissett, Jacqueline M. (2015). Are controlling parental behaviors during feeding and play moderated by child weight? IN: Infant feeding. Worobey, John (ed.) Pediatrics - Laboratory and Clinical Research . Nova science.

Powell, Faye; Farrow, Claire; Haycraft, Emma and Meyer, Caroline (2011). Appetite regulation in early childhood:the impact of parenting behaviours and child temperament. IN: Appetite. Mitchell, Steven R. (ed.) Nutrition and diet research progress . Nova science.

Haycraft, Emma; Witcomb, Gemma and Farrow, Claire Development and preliminary evaluation of the Child Feeding Guide website and app:a tool to support caregivers with promoting healthy eating in children. IN: Front. Public Health. Conference Abstract: 2nd Behaviour Change Conference: Digital Health and Wellbeing. UNSPECIFIED.

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