Externalizing behavior in early childhood and body mass index from age 2 to 12 years: longitudinal analyses of a prospective cohort study.

Anderson, Sarah E.
He, Xin.
Schoppe-Sullivan, Sarah.
Must, Aviva.
2010

Background: Some evidence suggests that obesity and behavior problems are related in children, but studies have been conflicting and have rarely included children under age 4. An association between behavior problems in early childhood and risk for obesity could suggest that a common set of factors contribute to both. Our research objecti... read more

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Anderson, Sarah, Xin He, Sarah Schoppe-Sullivan, and Aviva Must. "Externalizing behavior in early childhood and body mass index from age 2 to 12 years: longitudinal analyses of a prospective cohort study." BMC Pediatrics 10, no. 1 (12, 2010): 1-8.
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