Jackie Blissett
Jackie Blissett
Professor of Childhood Eating Behaviour, Aston University, UK
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Relationships between parenting style, feeding style and feeding practices and fruit and vegetable consumption in early childhood
J Blissett
Appetite 57 (3), 826-831, 2011
Eating disorders and quality of life: A review of the literature
PE Jenkins, RR Hoste, C Meyer, JM Blissett
Clinical psychology review 31 (1), 113-121, 2011
Inducing preschool children’s emotional eating: relations with parental feeding practices
J Blissett, E Haycraft, C Farrow
The American journal of clinical nutrition 92 (2), 359-365, 2010
Maternal and paternal controlling feeding practices with male and female children
J Blissett, C Meyer, E Haycraft
Appetite 47 (2), 212-219, 2006
Controlling feeding practices: cause or consequence of early child weight?
CV Farrow, J Blissett
Pediatrics 121 (1), e164-e169, 2008
Is cognitive behavior therapy developmentally appropriate for young children? A critical review of the evidence
J Grave, J Blissett
Clinical Psychology Review 24 (4), 399-420, 2004
Are parenting style and controlling feeding practices related?
J Blissett, E Haycraft
Appetite 50 (2-3), 477-485, 2008
Fruit and vegetable consumption in children and their mothers. Moderating effects of child sensory sensitivity
H Coulthard, J Blissett
Appetite 52 (2), 410-415, 2009
Sexual orientation and eating psychopathology: The role of masculinity and femininity
C Meyer, J Blissett, C Oldfield
International Journal of Eating Disorders 29 (3), 314-318, 2001
Maternal and paternal controlling feeding practices: reliability and relationships with BMI
EL Haycraft, JM Blissett
Obesity 16 (7), 1552-1558, 2008
Tube feeding in infancy: implications for the developmentof normal eating and drinking skills
SJ Mason, G Harris, J Blissett
Dysphagia 20, 46-61, 2005
Relationships between temperament and eating behaviours in young children
E Haycraft, C Farrow, C Meyer, F Powell, J Blissett
Appetite 56 (3), 689-692, 2011
Teaching our children when to eat: how parental feeding practices inform the development of emotional eating—a longitudinal experimental design
CV Farrow, E Haycraft, JM Blissett
The American journal of clinical nutrition 101 (5), 908-913, 2015
Intrinsic and extrinsic influences on children's acceptance of new foods
J Blissett, A Fogel
Physiology & behavior 121, 89-95, 2013
Does maternal control during feeding moderate early infant weight gain?
C Farrow, J Blissett
Pediatrics 118 (2), e293-e298, 2006
Predictors of paternal and maternal controlling feeding practices with 2-to 5-year-old children
E Haycraft, J Blissett
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 44 (5), 390-397, 2012
Social influences on eating: implications for nutritional interventions
E Robinson, J Blissett, S Higgs
Nutrition research reviews 26 (2), 166-176, 2013
Predictors of maternal control of feeding at 1 and 2 years of age
J Blissett, C Farrow
International Journal of Obesity 31 (10), 1520-1526, 2007
Maternal cognitions, psychopathologic symptoms, and infant temperament as predictors of early infant feeding problems: a longitudinal study
C Farrow, J Blissett
International Journal of Eating Disorders 39 (2), 128-134, 2006
Is maternal psychopathology related to obesigenic feeding practices at 1 year?
CV Farrow, JM Blissett
Obesity research 13 (11), 1999-2005, 2005
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