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Hart, C.N., Palermo, T.M., and Rosen, C.L. (2005). Health-related quality of life among children presenting to a pediatric sleep disorders clinic. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 3, 4-17.
Hart, C.N. and Drotar, D. (2006). Maternal knowledge of nutrition, problem-solving abilities, and the introduction of complementary foods into infants' diets. Early Child Development and Care, 176, 693-705.
Hart, C.N., Drotar, D., Gori, A., and Lewin, L. (2006). Enhancing parent-provider communication in ambulatory pediatric practice. Patient Education and Counseling, 63, 38-46.
Krishnamoorthy, J.S., Hart, C., and Jelalian, E. (2006). The epidemic of childhood obesity: Review of research and implications for public policy. Social Policy Report, 19, 3-18. Publicly available at: http://www.srcd.org/documents/publications/spr/20-2_childhood_obesity.pdf.
Hart, C.N., Kelleher, K.J., Drotar, D., and Scholle, S.H. (2007). Parent-provider communication and parental satisfaction with care of children with psychosocial problems. Patient Education and Counseling, 68,179-185.
Hart, C.N., and Jelalian, E. (2008). Shortened Sleep Duration is Associated with Pediatric Overweight. Behavioral Sleep Medicine, 6, 1-18.
Jelalian, E., Hart, C.N., Mehlenbeck, R., Lloyd-Richardson, E.E., Kaplan, J., Flynn-O'Brien, K., and Wing, R.R. (2008). Predictors of attrition and weight loss in an adolescent weight control program. Obesity, 16, 1318-1323.
Raynor, H.A., Osterholt, K., Hart, C.N., Jelalian, E., Vivier, P., and Wing, R.R. (2008). Evaluation of active and passive recruitment methods used in randomized controlled trials targeting pediatric obesity. International Journal of Pediatric Obesity, 11, 1-9.
Raynor, H.A., Jelalian, E., Vivier, P.M., Hart, C.N., and Wing, R.R. (2009). Parent-reported eating and leisure-time activity selection patterns related to energy balance in preschool- and school-aged children. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 41, 19-26.
Hart, C.N., Raynor, H.A., Jelalian, E., and Drotar, D. (in press). Maternal factors associated with eating patterns in infants and toddlers. Child: Care Health & Development.