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Temperamental Concomitants of Maternal Feeding Practices and Beliefs in Infancy, Wallace E. Dixon Jr. and William T. Dalton III (2013)

Community Partnerships to Promote Healthy Active Living: ReadNPlay for a Bright Future, Madhavi Gavirneni, Karen E. Schetzina, Nilesh Dankhara, Jeremy Bradley, Laura Maphis, Jason Tyler Williams, Gayatri Bala Jaishankar, Michelle Tanner, Laurie Bennie, and William T. Dalton (2013)

Community Partnerships to Promote Healthy Active Living, Madhavi Gavirneni, Karen E. Schetzina, Nilesh Dankhara, Jeremy Bradley, Laura Maphis, Jason Tyler Williams, Gayatri Bala Jaishankar, Michelle Tanner, Laurie Bennie, and William T. Dalton (2013)

Temperament-Language Relationships During the First Formal Year of School, Natasha B. Gouge and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2013)

RJA as a Mediator of the Temperament-Language Relationship in 15-Month-Olds, Misti Jeffers and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2013)

Eating and Activity Behaviors of New Mothers: Baseline Findings from ReadNPlay for a Bright Future, Kalpesh Koli, Autumn Sullivan, Karen E. Schetzina, and William T. Dalton (2013)

Shared Reading and Media Exposure in Infants: Preliminary Findings from the ReadNPlay Initiative, Laura E. Maphis, Lydia Israel, William T. Dalton, Gayatri Bala Jaishankar, and Karen E. Schetzina (2013)

Tennessee Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative, Michele R. Moser (2013)

Sustainment: Developing Support After a Statewide TF-CBT Implementation Initiative to Maintain and Expand Agency Capacity, Michele R. Moser and Kristin Dean (2013)

Tennessee Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health Initiative, Michele R. Moser, L. Lucinski, and S. Steckel (2013)

Infant Mental Health and Violence, Michele R. Moser, H. Taylor, and T. Chusac (2013)

Promoting Healthy Active Living From Birth with ReadNPlay for a Bright Future, Karen E. Schetzina, Gayatri Bala Jaishankar, Laua Maphis, William T. Dalton, Jessica Albright, Amanda Jackson, Nilesh Dankhara, Dina Alshunnaq, Kalpesh Koli, Autumn Sullivan, and Lydia Israel (2013)

Promoting Healthy Active Living From Birth with ReadNPlay for a Bright Future, Karen E. Schetzina, Gayatri Bala Jaishankar, Laura Maphis, William T. Dalton, Jessica Albright, Amanda Jackson, Nilesh Dankhara, Dina Alshunnaq, Kalpesh Koli, Autumn Sullivan, and Lydia Israel (2013)

Help for Tennessee’s Most Vulnerable Children, S. Shulruff and Michele R. Moser (2013)

Promoting Breastfeeding in the Delivery Setting through a Statewide Quality Collaborative, Julie L. Ware, Karen E. Schetzina, and Peter Grubb (2013)

Child Temperament and Parenting Style as Contributors to Maternal Feeding Practices, Vincent A. Carroll, William T. Dalton III, and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2012)

Expanding Evidence-Based Practice: A State-Wide Dissemination Effort Targeting Child Welfare Providers, Kristin Dean, Jon Ebert, Jennifer Lambert, Michele R. Moser, and Janet Todd (2012)

To BMI or Not to BMI: Height Versus Length in Determining Body Mass Indices in Infancy, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., Sarah A. Berry, William T. Dalton III, Stacey L. Williams, and Vincent A. Carroll (2012)

Effortful Control as an Information Funnel for Short-Term Recall at 21-Months, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., Ashley J. West, Wanze Xie, Leslie A. Patton, and Elizabeth B. Johnson (2012)

Defining Weight Misperception: Does Use of Different Methodology Result in Different Classification?, M. L. Herring, Laura E. Maphis, William T. Dalton, Karen E. Schetzina, Liang Wang, and Deborah L. Slawson (2012)

RJA as a Mediator of Temperament-Language Relationships in 15-Month Olds, Misti Jeffers and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2012)

Adapting CATCH Kids Club and the NIH We Can! Curricula to Prevent Child Obesity in Afterschool Settings (Winning with Wellness): Results from Focus Groups with Afterschool Personnel and Parents, Laura E. Maphis, William T. Dalton, Karen E. Schetzina, Brittany Lund, and Kayla E. Deyton (2012)

Executive Function as a Moderator of Obesity in Infancy, Katherine Musacchio, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., and William T. Dalton III (2012)

High School Breastfeeding Education In Southern Appalachia, Karen E. Schetzina, Allison Seide, Sherry Freeman, Meredith Coulter, Nicole Colgrove, Jessica Long, Amanda White, Cortnie Letterman, Caitilyn Carney, and Hayley Pope (2012)

Preliminary Progress Toward a Statewide Quality Improvement Project to Enhance Prenatal Breastfeeding Promotion, Karen E. Schetzina, Julie L. Ware, Peter H. Grubb, Brooke Foulk, Lynda Gioia-Flynt, Yvonne Moore, and Kimberly Stuckey-Schrock (2012)

Recalling “Make-A-Gong”: What’s so Special About Target Action #4, Joseph T. Tucciarone, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., and Alissa Fleahman (2012)

Recalling “Make-A-Gong”: What’s so Special About Target Action #4, Joseph T. Tucciarone, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., and Alissa N. Fleahman (2012)

Design and Methods for an Intervention Utilizing Peer Facilitators to Reduce Adolescent Obesity: Team Up for Healthy Living, Christian L. Williams, Deborah L. Slawson, William T. Dalton, Liang Wang, Mary A. Littleton, Elizabeth Lowe, Diana M. Mozen, Karen E. Schetzina, James M. Stoots, Jodi Southerland, Taylor L. McKeehan, and Tiejian Wu (2012)

Reduced Health-Related Quality of Life in Overweight Middle School Students Residenting in Southern Appalachia, Kristen Carlosh, Jessica Smith, William T. Dalton, and Karen E. Schetzina (2011)

Effects of Exogenous and Endogenous Distraction on Long-Term Recall in Toddlers, Wallace E. Dixon Jr. and Hannah G. Lawman (2011)

A Metrics Love Story: The Dance Between a State and TF-CBT Adoption, Jon Ebert, Michele R. Moser, and Janet Todd (2011)

Provider Perceptions on Parent-Led Activity and Nutrition (PLAN) for Healthy Living Study Targeting Child Overweight and Obesity, Alicia Flannery, Nicole Holt, William T. Dalton, Karen E. Schetzina, Fred Tudiver, and Tiejian Wu (2011)

Parent Perspectives on Group Sessions in the Parent-Led Activity and Nutrition (PLAN) for Healthy Living Study Targeting Childhood Obesity, Nicole Holt, William T. Dalton, Karen E. Schetzina, Fred Tudiver, and Tiejian Wu (2011)

Health Related Quality of Life & Weight Change among Overweight Children Residing in Southern Appalachia: Preliminary Outcomes from PLAN for Healthy Living, Nicole Holt, William T. Dalton, Karen E. Schetzina, Tiejian Wu, Alicia Flannery, Fred Tudiver, and Hazel Fulton-Robinson (2011)

Infant and Early Childhood Mental Health, Michele R. Moser and Janet Todd (2011)

Centers of Excellence: A Systems-Building Model for Children in Custody, Andres J. Pumariega and Michele R. Moser (2011)

Child Temperament, Child, Communicative Intent and Parental Responsivity, Jessica Qualls, Nicole Vaughn, Angelica Wiggins, Kerry Proctor-Williams, and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2011)

Putting a PLAN into Practice for Child Obesity Management in Primary Care., Karen E. Schetzina and William T. Dalton (2011)

Update on Child Overweight and Obesity Treatment, Karen E. Schetzina and William T. Dalton (2011)

Parent and Provider Perceptions of Use of the NIH We Can! Curriculum for Group Visits In Primary Care to Treat Child Overweight and Obesity, Karen E. Schetzina, William T. Dalton, Alicia Flannery, Nicole Holt, Meagan Aiken, and Fred Tudiver (2011)

Efficacy of Using Brief Motivational Interviewing and Parent Group Visits In Primary Care to Treat Child Overweight and Obesity, Karen E. Schetzina, William T. Dalton, Fred Tudiver, Nicole Holt, Hazel Robinson, Ai-Lieng Lo, and Matt McBee (2011)

Breastfeeding Promotion Project: Prenatal, Karen E. Schetzina and Julie Ware (2011)

Self-Efficacy for Physical Activity and Health-Related Quality of Life in Middle School Children in Southern Appalachia: Data from the Winning With Wellness Project, J Smith, V. A. Carroll, William T. Dalton, and Karen E. Schetzina (2011)

Implementation of the Go, Slow, Whoa Meal Pattern in Schools through the Winning with Wellness Program, Jodi Southerland, Debbi Slawon, Karen E. Schetzina, and Willam T. Dalton (2011)

Antenatal Breastfeeding Promotion via a Statewide Quality Improvement Collaborative, Julie Ware, Karen E. Schetzina, Brook Foulk, Lynda Gioia-Flynt, Yvonne Moore, Kimberly Stuckey-Schrock, and Peter Grubb (2011)

Promoting Breastfeeding through a Statewide Quality Collaborative, Julie Ware, Karen E. Schetzina, and Peter Grubb (2011)

PCIT training: Applying a Learning Collaborative Model, C. Warner-Metzger, B. C. Reed, John Paul Abner, Janet Todd, and Michele R. Moser (2011)

Home Food Environment and Consumption of Energy-Dense Food among Obese Children in Southern Appalachia, Tiejian Wu, Karen E. Schetzina, William T. Dalton, Fred Tudiver, Hazel Robinson, and Nicole Holt (2011)

Effective, Time-Saving Intervention to Overcome Barriers to Breastfeeding in the Primary Care Setting, Katie Barger, Blair Abelson Reece, Twanda Wadlington, Sherry Freeman, Deborah T. Pfortmiller, and Karen E. Schetzina (2010)

Video Addressing Barriers Related to Embarrassment, Convenience, and Social Support Increases Reported Likelihood of Breastfeeding among Pregnant Women in Appalachia, Katie Barger, Blair Abelson Reece, Twanda Wadlington, Sherry Freeman, Deborah T. Pfortmiller, and Karen E. Schetzina (2010)

Toddlers’ Difficulty Temperament Predicts Television Use, Rebecca J. Brand, S. Hardesty, and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2010)

Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT): Healing the Effects of Child Sexual Abuse, the Secret Epidemic, Michele R. Moser (2010)

Video Intervention to Promote Breastfeeding in a Primary Care Setting, Blair Abelson Reece, Katie Barger, Twanda Wadlington, Deborah Pfortmiller, Sherry Freeman, and Karen E. Schetzina (2010)

Video Intervention to Promote Breastfeeding in a Primary Care Setting, Blair Abelson Reece, Katie Barger, Twanda Wadlington, Deborah Pfortmiller, Sherry Freeman, and Karen E. Schetzina (2010)

Use of the AAP CATCH Grant Process to Increase Healthcare Provider Support for Breastfeeding in Rural Appalachia, Karen E. Schetzina and Dawn Tuell (2010)

Breastfeeding Promotion, Karen E. Schetzina and Julie Ware (2010)

Toward an Attention-Competition Model of Temperament-Language Relationships, Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2009)

Temperament Moderates the Learning of Pretend Play Sequences at 15 Months, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., K. Lingerfelt, R. Russell, and Andrea D. Clements (2009)

Developmental Perspectives from the APA National Conference on Undergraduate Education in Psychology, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., C. Shore, R. M. Bartlett, Page M. McIntyre, and K. E. Brakke (2009)

Quality of Life Related to Eating and Physical Activity Patterns among Youth in Rural Appalachia: Baseline Data from the Winning with Wellness Program, W. Frye, William T. Dalton, Karen E. Schetzina, Deborah Pfortmiller, and Deborah L. Slawson (2009)

Trauma Treatment of Tennessee’s Children, Michele R. Moser and K. Benedetto (2009)

Child Behavior Questionnaire: Ukrainian Version, N. Ostrovsky and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2009)

The Role of Healthcare Providers in Breastfeeding Promotion in Appalachia, Karen E. Schetzina (2009)

A Coordinated School Health Approach to Obesity Prevention among Appalachian Youth: the Winning with Wellness Project, Karen E. Schetzina, William T. Dalton, and Will Frye (2009)

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Joint Effects of Child Temperament and Maternal Sensitivity on the Development of Childhood Obesity, Tiejian Wu, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., William T. Dalton III, Fred Tudiver, Xuefeng Liu, and Jing Liu (2009)

Maternal and Child Temperament and Parenting Style, Andrea D. Clements, A. L. Acuff, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., and C. Snyder (2008)

The Utility of a Very Brief Screen to Identify Difficult Children, Andrea D. Clements, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., and Hannah Abel (2008)

Use of Items from the CDC School Health Index for Program Development in Rural Appalachian Schools, William T. Dalton, Lauren LaBounty, and Karen E. Schetzina (2008)

Temperament Moderates Cognitive Function at 15 Months, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., Hannah Lawman, Allison Lowe, Hannah Abel, and Holly Stott (2008)

Temperament Moderates Novel Word Learning at 15 Months, Wallace E. Dixon Jr., Allison Lowe, Betsy Caldwell, Hannah Lawman, and Andrea Clements (2008)

Physical Activity and Weight Perception among Rural Appalachian Middle School Girls, Lauren LaBounty and Karen E. Schetzina (2008)

Rural Elementary and Middle School Personnel Perceptions of Student Nutrition, Physical Activity, and Obesity, Lauren LaBounty and Karen E. Schetzina (2008)

Personnel Perceptions of Child Obesity and Diabetes Prevention Efforts in Northeast Tennessee Schools, Lauren LaBounty and Karen E. Schetzina (2008)

Improving Services to Children in or at Risk of State Custody, Michele R. Moser, Janet Todd, P. van Eys, and J. Dick (2008)

Relaxation Skills Training, Michele R. Moser and P. van Eys (2008)

School-Based Type II Diabetes Prevention, Karen E. Schetzina (2008)

School Personnel Perceptions of Child Obesity, Nutrition, and Physical Activity in Rural Appalachia, Karen E. Schetzina and Lauren LaBounty (2008)

Temperament Moderates Responsiveness to Joint Attentional Bids at 11 and 14 Months, James Todd and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2008)

Children at Risk: DCS, Foster Care, and Multisystem Interventions, Michele R. Moser and J. Neumann (2007)

A Coordinated School Health Approach to Obesity Prevention among Appalachian Youth, Karen E. Schetzina (2007)

A Coordinated School Health Approach to Obesity Prevention among Appalachian Youth, Karen E. Schetzina (2007)

A Descriptive Study of Breastfeeding Rates, Determinants, and Resources among Disadvantaged, Rural-Residing Patients Attending a Pediatric Residency-Based Primary Care Clinic, Ashley Blevins, Kari Hancock, and Karen E. Schetzina (2006)

The Unique and Complex Needs of Children in State Custody, Michele R. Moser, Janet Todd, and P. VanEys (2006)

Teacher Perceptions of Child Obesity in Appalachia, Karen E. Schetzina and Nora Azzazy (2006)

Birth Order Moderates Temperament-Vocabulary Relationships, Courtney M. Snyder and Wallace E. Dixon Jr. (2006)

Evaluation and Utilization of a Pediatric Internet Curriculum, Dawn Tuell, Debra Mills, Rebecca Powers, and Karen E. Schetzina (2006)

Evaluation and Utilization of a Pediatric Internet Curriculum, Dawn Tuell, Debra Mills, Rebecca Powers, and Karen E. Schetzina (2006)

Insight into Mothers’ Infant Feeding Choices Can Guide Breastfeeding Promotion, Ashley Blevins, Kari Hancock, and Karen E. Schetzina (2005)

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The Use of a Level of Care Measure in a Child Welfare Population, Andres Pumariega, Michele R. Moser, Patricia Wade, and T. Clark (2005)

Community-Based Participatory Research Approaches to Obesity Prevention in Appalachia, Karen E. Schetzina (2005)

Asthma in Mexican Children from Immigrant Families: Characteristics from NHANES III, Yolanda Agredano, Karen E. Schetzina, and Fernando S. Mendoza (2004)

Centers of Excellence for Children in State Custody, Michele R. Moser (2004)

ETSU Center of Excellence for Children in State Custody: Consultation Model, Michele R. Moser (2004)

Mental Health Disparities in Child Welfare, Michele R. Moser, T. Clark, and Andres Pumariega (2004)

Collaborative Systems for Children with Complex Physical and Mental Health Needs, Michele R. Moser and K. Keen (2004)

Suggestions for Hope: New Treatment for Difficult Clients, Michele R. Moser and M. Wike (2004)

Development and Implementation of an Evidence-Based Pediatric Asthma Clinical Pathway, Lisa M. Piercey and Karen E. Schetzina (2004)

Center of Excellence for Children in State Custody: Statewide and ETSU Experience, Andres Pumariega and Michele R. Moser (2004)

Centers of Excellence: Building Systems of Care for Children in Custody, Andres Pumariega, Janet Todd, and Michele R. Moser (2004)

A Roadmap to Online Resources for Grant-Writers, Karen E. Schetzina (2004)