Clare Elizabeth Holley
Clare Elizabeth Holley
Lecturer in Psychology, Loughborough University
Verified email at lboro.ac.uk
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‘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
CE Holley, E Haycraft, C Farrow
Appetite 87, 215-222, 2015
572015
A systematic review of methods for increasing vegetable consumption in early childhood
CE Holley, C Farrow, E Haycraft
Current Nutrition Reports 6 (2), 157-170, 2017
452017
Investigating the role of parent and child characteristics in healthy eating intervention outcomes
CE Holley, C Farrow, E Haycraft
Appetite 105, 291-297, 2016
132016
Predicting children's fussiness with vegetables: The role of feeding practices
CE Holley, E Haycraft, C Farrow
Maternal & child nutrition 14 (1), e12442, 2018
112018
A Systematic Review of the Evaluation of Interventions to Tackle Children’s Food Insecurity
CE Holley, C Mason
Current nutrition reports 8 (1), 11-27, 2019
102019
Investigating offering of vegetables by caregivers of preschool age children
CE Holley, C Farrow, E Haycraft
Child: care, health and development 43 (2), 240-249, 2017
82017
If at first you don't succeed: Assessing influences associated with mothers' reoffering of vegetables to preschool age children
CE Holley, C Farrow, E Haycraft
Appetite 123, 249-255, 2018
72018
Opportunities and Challenges Arising from Holiday Clubs Tackling Children’s Hunger in the UK: Pilot Club Leader Perspectives
CE Holley, C Mason, E Haycraft
Nutrients 11 (6), 1237, 2019
42019
Unpacking the relationships between positive feeding practices and children's eating behaviours: The moderating role of child temperament
CE Holley, E Haycraft, C Farrow
Appetite 147, 104548, 2020
12020
Correction to: A systematic review of the evaluation of interventions to tackle children’s food insecurity
CE Holley, C Mason
Current nutrition reports 8 (1), 28, 2019
12019
What eating behaviour-related knowledge can be applied and integrated into school holiday initiatives seeking to tackle food poverty?
CE Holley, E Haycraft
Appetite 130, 308, 2018
2018
Feeding practices and young children’s consumption of vegetables: The mediating role of food fussiness
CE Holley, E Haycraft, CV Farrow
Appetite 123, 451, 2018
2018
The role of individual characteristics in the efficacy of interventions for increasing children's acceptance of a disliked vegetable
CE Holley, E Haycraft, CV Farrow
Appetite 100 (101), 222-223, 2016
2016
Increasing vegetable consumption in early childhood: parents as facilitators
CE Holley
Loughborough University, 2016
2016
Investigating the efficacy of parent-led repeated taste exposure, incentives and modelling interventions at increasing children's acceptance of a disliked vegetable
C Holley, E Haycraft, CV Farrow
Appetite, 348, 2014
2014
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