abridged bibliography for Helping Your Child book

Partial Bibliography and suggested reading from Helping Your Child with Extreme Picky Eating

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Kerzner, B., K. Milano et al. 2015.  A practical approach to classifying and managing feeding difficulties. Pediatrics.  135(2):344-53
Batsell, W.R., A.S. Brown, M.E. Ansfield and G.Y. Paschall. 2002. “You Will Eat All of That!” A retrospective analysis of forced consumption episodes. Appetite 38(3):211-219.
Black, M. M., and F. E. Aboud. 2011. Responsive feeding is embedded in a theoretical framework of responsive parenting. The Journal of Nutrition 141(3):490-494.
Crum, A.J., W.R. Corbin, K.D. Brownell, and P. Salovey. Mind over milkshakes: mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response. Health Psychology 30(4):424-429

Ammaniti, M., L. Lucarelli, S. Cimino, F. Olimpio, and I. Chatoor. 2012. Feeding disorders of infancy: a longitudinal study to middle childhood. The International Journal of Eating Disorders 45(2):272-280.

Andaya, A. A., E. M. Arredondo, J.E. Alcaraz, S.P. Lindsay, and J.P. Elder. 2011. The association between family meals, TV viewing during meals, and fruit, vegetables, soda, and chips intake among Latino children. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 43(5):308-315.

American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 2001. Roles of Speech-Language Pathologists in Swallowing and Feeding Disorders: Technical Report.

American Academy of Pediatrics. AAP Recommends Careful Approach to Using Sensory-Based Therapies. 2012.  Available at: http://www.aap.org/en-us/about-the-aap/aap-press-room/pages/AAP-Recommends-Careful-Approach-to-Using-Sensory-Based-Therapies.aspx#sthash.Ig0oi5n4.dpuf (accessed 2014)

Barclay, G.R., and L.A. Turnberg. 1987. Effect of psychosocial stress on salt and water transport in the human jejunum. Gastroenterology 93 (1):91-97.

Bartoshuk, L.M., V.B. Duffy, and I.J. Miller. 1994. PTC/PROP tasting: anatomy, psychophysics, and sex effects. Physiology and Behavior 56(6):1165-1171.

Batsell, W.R., A.S. Brown, M.E. Ansfield and G.Y. Paschall. 2002. “You Will Eat All of That!” A retrospective analysis of forced consumption episodes. Appetite 38(3):211-219.

Beckman, D.A. (1986, Rev. 2019). Beckman Oral Motor Assessment and Intervention.

Beers, David. “Michael Pollan: We are Headed Toward a Breakdown in Our Food System”. 2009. Available at: http://www.alternet.org/story/141072/michael_pollan We_are_headed_toward_a_breakdown_in_our_food_system? (accessed 2013).

Bentley, M.E., H.M. Wasser, and H.M. Creed-Kanashiro. 2011. Responsive feeding and child undernutrition in low- and middle-income countries. Journal of Nutrition 141(3):502-507.

Benton, D. 2010. The plausibility of sugar addiction and its role in obesity and eating disorders. Journal of Clinical Nutrition 29:288-303.

Birch, L.L. 1989. Developmental Aspects of eating. In Handbook of the Psychophysiology of Human Eating (Wiley Psychophysiology Handbook series), edited by R. Shepherd. Chinchester: Wiley.

Black, D. Nutritional Interventions for Children with FASD. 2002. Available at: www.come-over.to/FAS/FASDnutrition.htm (accessed 2012).

Black, M. M., and F. E. Aboud. 2011. Responsive feeding is embedded in a theoretical framework of responsive parenting. The Journal of Nutrition 141(3):490-494.

Blechert, J., E. Naumann, J. Schmitz, B.M. Herbert, and B.Tuschen-Caffier. 2014. Startling Sweet Temptations: Hedonic Chocolate Deprivation Modulates Experience, Eating Behavior, and Eyeblink Startle. PLOS ONE 10.137/journal.pone.0085679.

Blissett J., C. Bennett, J. Donohoe, S. Rogers, and S. Higgs. 2012. Predicting successful introduction of novel fruit to preschool children. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 112(12):1959-1967.

Brann, L.S. 2008. Classifying preadolescent boys based on their weight status and percent body fat produces different groups. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 108(6):1018-1022.

Carruth, B.R. and J.D. Skinner. 2000. Revisiting the picky eater phenomenon: neophobic behaviors of young children. Journal of American College of Nutrition 19(6):771-780. CASA: The National Center on Addiction & Substance Abuse at Columbia University. 2007. The Importance of Family Dinners IV.

Chao, P.C., T. Bryan, K. Burstein, and C. Ergul. 2006. Family-centered intervention for young children at-risk for language and behavior problems. Early Childhood Education Journal 34(2):147-153.

Chatoor, I. 2002. Feeding disorders in infants and toddlers: diagnosis and treatment. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinic of North America 11(2):163-183.

Chatoor, I. 2009. Diagnosis and Treatment of Feeding Disorders in Infants Toddlers and Young Children, Washington, DC: Zero to Three

Ciampolini, M., H.D. Lovell-Smith, T. Kenealy, and R. Bianchi. 2013. Hunger can be taught: Hunger recognition regulates eating and improves energy balance. International Journal of General Medicine 6:465-468.

Coldwell, S.E., T.K. Oswald and D.R. Reed. 2009. Biological drive for sugar as marker of growth differs between adolescents with high versus low sugar preference. Physiology & Behavior 96(4-5):576-580.

Crum, A.J., W.R. Corbin, K.D. Brownell, and P. Salovey. Mind over milkshakes: mindsets, not just nutrients, determine ghrelin response. Health Psychology 30(4):424-429.

Davis, C.M., (1928). Self selection of diet by newly weaned infants: an experimental study. American Journal of Diseases in Childhood 36(4):651-679.

Davison, K.K., and L.L. Birch.(2001).Weight status, parent reaction, and self-concept in five-year-old girls. Pediatrics 107(1):46-53.

Denny, K.N., K. Loth, M.E. Eisenberg, and D. Neumark-Sztainer. 2013. Intuitive eating in young adults. Who is doing it, and how is it related to disordered eating behaviors? Appetite 60(1):13-19.

Dev, D., and B. McBride. 2013. Academy of nutrition and dietetics benchmarks for nutrition in child care 2011: are child-care providers across contexts meeting recommendations?. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. 113(10):1346-1353.

Dovey, T.M., P.A. Staples, E.L. Gibson and J.C. Halford. 2008. Food neophobia and ‘picky/fussy’ eating in children: a review. Appetite 50(2-3):181-193.

Ellin, A. 2009. What’s Eating Our Kids? Fears About ‘Bad’ Foods. New York Times, February 25, 35-70.

Evans-Morris, Suzanne. 1999. Children with Feeding Tubes Part 3: Making the Transition to Oral Feeding. Available at:  http://www.new-vis.com/fym/pdf/papers/feeding.15.pdf  (accessed 2014).

Faber, A. and E. Mazlish. 2012. How to Talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen So Kids Will Talk. New York: Scribner.

Farrow, C., and H.Coulthard. 2012. Relationships between sensory sensitivity, anxiety and selective eating in children. Appetite 58(3):842-846.

Fisher, J.O., and L.L. Birch. 2000. Parents’ restrictive feeding practices are associated with young girls’ negative self-evaluation of eating. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 100(11):1341-1346.

Fraker, Cheri. 2007. Food Chaining: The Proven 6-Step Plan to Stop Picky Eating, Solve Feeding Problems, and Expand Your Child’s Diet. Philadelphia: Da Capo Press.

Fulkerson, J.A., M. Story, D. Neumark-Sztainer, and S.Rydell. 2008. Family meals: Perception of benefits and challenges among parents of 8- to 10- year-old children. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 108(4):706-709.

Glanz, K., M. Basil, E. Maibach, J. Goldberg, and D. Snyder. 1998. Why Americans eat what they do: taste, nutrition, cost, convenience, and weight control concerns as influences on food consumption. Journal of American Dietetic Association 98(10):1118-1126.

Grueber R., Cassoff, C., Frennette, S. , Wiebe, S., Carrier, J. 2012. Impact of Sleep Extension and Restriction on Children’s Emotional Lability and Impulsivity. Pediatrics. online Oct 15 2012.

Gustafson-Larson, A.M., and R.D. Terry. 1992. Weight-related behaviors and concerns of fourth-grade children. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 92(7):818-822.

Haines, J., J. McDonald, A. O’Brien, B. Sherry, C.J. Bottino, M.E. Schmidt, and E.M. Taveras. 2013. Healthy habits, happy homes: randomized trial to improve household routines for obesity prevention among preschool-aged children. The Journal of the American Medical Association Pediatrics 167(11):1072-1079.

Haines, K., and D. Neumark-Sztainer. 2006. Prevention of obesity and eating disorders: a consideration of shared risk factors. Health Education Resources 21(6):770-782.

Hallberg, L., E. Bjorn-Rasmussen, L. Rossander, and R. Suwanik. 1977. Iron Absorption from Southeast Asian Diets. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 30(4):539-48.

Hammons, A. J., and B. H. Fiese. 2011. Is frequency of shared family meals related to the nutritional health of children and adolescents?. Pediatrics 127(6): e1565-e1574.

Harris, G., J. Blissett, and R. Johnson. 2000. Food Refusal Associated With Illness. Child Psychology & Psychiatry Review 5(4):148-156.

Havermans, R.C., and A. Jansen. 2006. Increasing children’s liking of vegetables through flavour- flavour learning. Appetite 48(2):259-262.

Jastran, M.M., C.A. Bisogni, J. Sobal, C. Blake, C.M. and Devine. 2009. Eating Routines. Embedded, value based, modifiable, and reflective. Appetite 52(1):127-36.

Kiff, C.J., Lengua, L.J, Bush, NR   2011. Temperament Variation in Sensitivity to Parenting: Predicting Changes in Depression and Anxiety. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 39(8): 1199-1212

Krall, J.S., and B. Lohse. 2011.Validation of a measure of the Satter eating competence model with low-income females. International of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 8:26.

Legler, J.D., and L.C. Rose. 1998. Assessment of Abnormal Growth Curves. American Family Physician 58(1):158-68.

Linscheid, T.R., K.S.Budd, and L.K. Rasnake. 2003. Pediatric Feeding Problems. In Handbook of Pediatric Psychology, 3rd edition, edited by Michael C. Roberts. New York: Guilford Press.

Lohse, B., and E. Satter. 2007. Measuring eating competence: psychometric properties and validity of the ecSatter inventory. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 39(5):S154-S166.

Lucianovic, S.V.W. 2012. Suffering Succotash: A Picky Eater’s Quest to Understand Why We Hate the Foods We Hate. New York: Penguin Group Inc.

Manikam, R, and J.A. Perman. 2000. Pediatric Feeding Disorders. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology 30(1):34-46.

Martin, C.O., T.M. Dovey, H. Coulthard and A.M. Southall. 2013. Maternal stress and problem-solving skills in a sample of children with nonorganic feeding diorders. Infant Mental Health Journal 34(3): 202-210.

Masato, A., S. Ramachandrappa, M. Joachim, Y. Shen, R. Zhang, N. Nuthalapati, V. Ramanathan, D.E. Strochlic, P. Feret, K. Linhart, C. Ho, T.V. Novoselova, S. Garg, M. Ridderstrale, C. Marcus, J.N. Hirschorn, J.M. Keogh, S. O’Rahilly, L.F. Chan, A.J. Clark, I.D. Farooqi, and J.A. Majzoub. 2013. Loss of function of the melanocortin 2 receptor accessory protein 2 is associated with mammalian obesity. Science 341(6143):25-278.

Mascola, A. J., S. W. Bryson, and W.S. Agras. 2010. Picky eating during childhood: a longitudinal study to age 11 years. Eating Behaviors 11(4):253-257. Miller, G. 2011. Sweet here, salty there: Evidence of a taste map in the mammalian brain. Science, September 2, 1213.

Millward, C., M. Ferriter, S. Calver, G. Connell-Jones. Gluten and Casein-Free Diets for Autism Spectrum Disorder. 2009. Available at: http://summaries.cochrane.org/CD003498/gluten-and-casein-free-diets-for-autism-spectrum-disorder  (accessed 2012).

Moore, L.L., M.M. Qureshi, M.L. Bradlee, and S.R. Daniels. 2012. Food group intake and micronutrient adequacy in adolescent girls. Nutrients 4(11):1692-1708.

Morris, S.E., and M.D. Klein. 2000. Pre-Feeding Skills, Second Edition: A Comprehensive Resource for Mealtime Development. Austin, Texas: Pro-Ed Inc.

Nadon, G., D. Feldman, and E.Gisel. 2013. Feeding Issues Associated with the Autism Spectrum Disorders. In Recent Advances in Autism Spectrum Disorders-Volume 1, edited by Michael Fitzgerald. InTech, DOI:10.5772/53644. Available at: http://www.intechopen.com/books/recent-advances-in-autism-spectrum-disorders-volume-i/feeding-issues-associated-with-the-autism-spectrum-disorders (accessed 2014).

Newman, J., and A. Taylor. 1992. Effect of a means-end contingency on young children’s food preferences. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 53(2):200-216. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/08/05/opinion/sunday/raising-successful-children.html?pagewanted=1&_r=2&smid=fb-share  (Levine quote page 66)

Nicholls, D., D. Christie, L. Randall, and B. Lask. 2001. Selective Eating: Symptom, Disorder or Normal Variant. Clinical Child Psychology and Psychiatry 6(2): 268.

Orrell-Valente, J.K., L.G. Hill, W.A. Brechwald, K.A. Dodge, G.S. Pettit, and J.E. Bates. 2007. “Just three more bites”: an observational analysis of parents’ socialization of children’s eating at mealtime. Appetite 48(1):37-45.

Perry, B., R. Pollard, T. Blakeley, W. Baker, and D.Vigilante. 1995. Childhood trauma, the neurobiology of adaptation, and “use-dependant” development of the brain: How “states” become “traits”. Infant Mental Health Journal 16(4):271-291.

Phatak, U.P., and D.S. Pashankar. 2013. Role of polyethylene glycol in childhood constipation. Clinical Pediatrics (addendum).

Pinhas, L., G. McVey, K.S. Walker, M. Norris, D. Katzman and S. Collier. 2013. Trading health for a healthy weight: the uncharted side of healthy weight initiatives. Journal of Eating Disorders 21(2):109-116.

Pliner, P., and C. Stallberg-White. 2000. “Pass the ketchup, please”: familiar flavors increase children’s willingness to taste novel foods. Appetite 34(1):95-103.

Powell, F.C., C.V. Farrow, and C. Meyer. 2011. Food avoidance in children. The influence of maternal feeding practices and behaviors. Appetite 57(3):683-692. Am J Clin Nutr. 2014 Feb;99(2):249-57. doi: 10.3945/ajcn.113.063545. Epub 2013 Nov 27. Maternal controlling feeding practices and girls’ inhibitory control interact to predict changes in BMI and eating in the absence of hunger from 5 to 7 y. Rollins BY1, Loken E, Savage JS, Birch LL.

Saad, L. 2013. Most U.S. Families Still Routinely Dine Together at Home. Available at: http://www.gallup.com/poll/166628/families-routinely-dine-together-home.aspx (accessed 2014).

Sanger G.J., P.M. Hellstrom, and E. Naslund. 2010. The hungry stomach: physiology, disease, and drug development opportunities. Frontier in Pharmacology 1:145. Santa Clara County Feeding Collaborative Feeding Materials http://www.sccgov.org/sites/sccphd/en-us/HealthProviders/cfc/Documents/Order%20Form_rev1.12.pdf (accessed online 2014)

Satter, E.M. 2000. Child of Mine: Feeding With Love and Good Sense. Boulder, CO: Bull Publishing.

Satter, E.M. 2007. Eating competence: definition and evidence for the Satter Eating Competence model. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 39(5):S142-S153.

Satter, E.M. 1996. Internal regulation and the evolution of normal growth as the basis for prevention of obesity in childhood. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 96(9):860-4.

Satter, E.M. 2008. Secrets of Feeding a Healthy Family: How to Eat, How to Raise Good Eaters, How to Cook. Madison, WI: Kelcy Press.

Satter, E.M. 1986. The Feeding Relationship. Journal of the American Dietetic Association 86:352-356.

Serdula, M.K., D. Ivery, R.J. Coates, D.S. Freedman, D.F. Williamson, and T. Byers. 1996. Do obese children become obese adults? A review of the literature. Preventive Medicine 22(2):167-177.

Sharp, W.G., D.L. Jaquess, J.F. Morton, and C.V. Herzinger. 2010. Pediatric feeding disorders: a quantitative synthesis of treatment outcomes. Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 13(4):348-365.

Skeer, M.R., and E.L. 2013. Are family meals as good for youth as we think they are? A review of the literature on family meals as they pertain to adolescent risk prevention. Journal of Youth Adolescence 42(7):943-963.

Spagnola, M., and B.H. Fiese. 2007. Family routines and rituals: A context for development in the lives of young children. Infants & Young Children 20(4):284-299.

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Stein, A., H. Woolley, S.D. Cooper, and C.G. Fairburn. 1994. An observational study of mothers with eating disorders and their infants. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 35(4):733-748.

Stitt, N., and A. Reupert. 2013. Mothers with an eating disorder: ‘food comes before anything’. Journal of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing DOI:10.1111/jpm.12104. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jpm.12104/full (accessed 2014).

Stolarz-Skrzypek, K., T. Kuznetsova, L. Thijs, V. Tikhonoff, J. Seidlerova, T. Richart, Y. Jin, A. Olszanecka, S. Malyutina, E. Casiglia, J. Filipovsky, K. Kawecka-Jaszcz, Y. Nikitin, and J.A. Staessen. 2011. Fatal and nonfatal outcomes, incidence of hypertension, and blood pressure changes in relation to urinary sodium excretion. Journal of the American Medical Association 305(17):1777-1785.

Van Dyke, N., and E.J.Drinkwater. 2013. Review article relationships between intuitive eating and health indicators: literature review. Public Health Nutrition 21:1-10.

Wilson, E.M., J.R. Green, and G. Weismer. 2012. A Kinematic Description of the Temporal Characteristics of Jaw Motion for Early Chewing: Preliminary Findings. Journal of Speech, Language. and Hearing Research 55:626-638.

Woolley, H.,  L. Hertzman, and A. Stein. 2008. Video-feedback intervention with mothers with postnatal eating disorders and their infants . In Promoting Positive Parenting: An Attachment-Based Intervention, edited by Femmie Juffer, Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg and Marinus H. van IJzendoorn. New York: Taylor Francis Group.

Workgroup on Principles and Practices in Natural Environments, OSEP TA Community of Practice: Part C Settings. 2008. “Agreed upon mission and key principles for providing early intervention services in natural environments. Available at: http://ectacenter.org/~pdfs/topics/families/Finalmissionandprinciples3_11_08.pdf (accessed 2014).

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