Development

Long-Term Effects of Prenatal and Early Postnatal Nutrition on Adult Psychosocial Outcomes

Lambert H. Lumey, MD, MPH, PhD, Ezra S. Susser, MD, DrPH

Columbia University, USA

May 2003
Nutrition and Its Impact on Psychosocial Child Development: Preterm Infants

Sheila M. Innis, PhD

University of British Columbia, Canada

May 2003
Nutrition and Its Impact on Psychosocial Child Development: Perspective on Preterm Infants

Naomi H. Fink, MSc, PhD, Stephanie A. Atkinson, PhD, DSc (Hon), FCAHS

McMaster University, Canada

April 2017, Rev. ed.

Services

Effective Nutritional Practices and Policies for Childbearing and Childrearing Women

Elizabeth Reifsnider, PhD

University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, USA

January 2006, Rev. ed.
Program and Services to Improve the Nutrition of Pregnant Women, Infants and Young Children

Barbara L. Devaney, PhD

Mathematica Policy Research Inc., USA

June 2003
Helping Children Develop Healthy Eating Habits

Maureen M. Black, PhD, Kristen M. Hurley, PhD

University of Maryland School of Medicine, USA

September 2013, 2nd rev. ed.
Nutritional Programs and Policies for Women and Children Commenting: Black, Reifsnider, and Devaney

Laura E. Caulfield, PhD

Center for Human Nutrition, Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg School of Public Health, USA

September 2003
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