Here is a list of recently published studies on children, media, and health exploring  a range of  topics:

  • Assessment of behavioral and social variables to understand the correlation to sedentary time in European youth.
  • Understand how young patients with type 1 diabetes interact with the Sweet Talk, a  system which  sends messages to patients’ cell phones about medical care and management.
  • Examination of variables that moderate the influence of exposure to TV violence.
  • Assessment of television food advertising to children in Malaysian.

Beyerlein, A. et al. (2008). Alternative regression models to assess increase in childhood BMI. BMC Medical Research Methodology. 8:59.

Feshbach, S. & Tangney, J. (2008). Television Viewing and Aggression: Some Alternative Perspectives. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 3(5), 387-389.

Franklin, V.L. t al. (2008). Patients’ engagement with "Sweet Talk" – a text messaging support system for young people with diabetes. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 10(2), e20.

Ingleby, R. et al. (2008). UNCROC and the prevention of childhood obesity: the right not to have food advertisements on television. J Law Med. 16(1), 49-56.

Karupaiah, T et al. (2008). What’s on Malaysian television? – A survey on food advertising targeting children. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 17(3), 483-91.

van Sluijs, E.M. et al. (2008).Behavioural and social correlates of sedentary time in young people.Br J Sports Med. Available e-pub Sep 23.

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