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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: OBESITY PREVENTION IN THE MISSISSIPPI DELTA REGION OF MISSISSIPPI Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)

Correspondence analysis - (Abstract Only)
(20-Aug-14)
HUB city steps: a 6-month lifestyle intervention improves blood pressure among a primarily African American community - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
oellner, J., Connell, C., Madson, M., Thomson, J.L., Landry, A., Molaison, E.,2014. Reed, V., Yadrick, K. 2014. HUB city steps: a 6-month lifestyle intervention improves blood pressure among a primarily African American community. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics.114(4):603-612.
A simulation study of the potential effects of whole grain food substitutions on diet quality in Lower Mississippi Delta adults - (Proceedings)
Thomson, J.L., Tussing Humphreys, L.M. 2013. A simulation study of the potential effects of whole grain food substitutions on diet quality in Lower Mississippi Delta adults. Symposium Proceedings. Whole Grain Summit 2012. 47-48. http://dx.doi.org/10.1094/CPLEX-2013-1001-23B.
Boosting school kids familiarity with produce may increase consumption for both of them - (Trade Journal)
Thomson, J.L., Tussing-Humphreys, L. 2013. Boosting school kids familiarity with produce may increase consumption for both of them. Produce Business. 29(7):14.
Psychosocial predictors of diet and physical activity in African- Amercians: results from the Delta Body and Soul effectiveness trial, 2010-2011 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thomson, J.L., Zoellner, J.M., Tussing-Humphreys, L.M. 2014. Psychosocial predictors of diet and physical activity in African- Amercians: results from the Delta Body and Soul effectiveness trial, 2010-2011. American Journal of Health Promotion. 28(3):e81-e91.
StartSmart: a randomized intervention to promote maternal weight control and reduce childhood obesity in the Mississippi Delta - (Abstract Only)
(13-Feb-13)
Adherence indicators predict changes in health outcomes: HUB City Steps - (Abstract Only)
(13-Feb-13)
African American community members sustain favorable blood pressure outcomes through 12-month telephone motivational interviewing (MI) maintenance - (Abstract Only)
(13-Feb-13)
Weight loss maintenance in African-American women: a systematic review of the behavioral lifestyle intervention literature - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tussing Humphreys, L.M., Fitzgibbon, M., Kong, A., Odoms-Young, A. 2013. Weight loss maintenance in African-American women: a systematic review of the behavioral lifestyle intervention literature. Journal of Obesity. 2013;2013:31.
A church-based diet and physical activity intervention for rural, lower Mississippi Delta African American adults: Delta Body and Soul effectiveness study, 2010-2011 - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Tussing-Humphreys, L.M., Thomson, J.L., Mayo, T.T., Edmond, E. 2013. A church-based diet and physical activity intervention for rural, lower Mississippi Delta African American adults: Delta Body and Soul effectiveness study, 2010-2011. Preventing Chronic Disease. 10:120286.
Several steps/day indicators predict changes in anthropometric outcomes: HUB city steps - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thomson, J.L., Landry, A.S., Zoellner, J.M., Tudor-Locke, C., Webster, M., Connell, C., Yadrick, K. 2012. Several steps/day indicators predict changes in anthropometric outcomes: HUB city steps. BioMed Central(BMC) Public Health. 12:983.
Clinical and dietary outcome changes differ among adherence groups in a community based participatory research (CBPR) lifestyle intervention - (Abstract Only)
(21-Aug-12)
A diet and physical activity intervention for rural African Americans - (Abstract Only)
(03-Jul-12)
Diet quality and psychosocial mediators in rural African Americans - (Abstract Only)
(03-Jul-12)
Steps/day ability to predict anthropometric changes is not affected by its plausibility - (Abstract Only)
(09-Mar-12)
Simulated reductions in consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages improves dietary in Lower Mississippi Delta adults - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thomson, J.L., Tussing Humphreys, L.M., Onufrak, S.J., Connell, C.L., Zoellner, J.M., Bogle, M.L., Yadrick, K. 2011. Simulated reductions in consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages improves dietary in Lower Mississippi Delta adults. Food and Nutrition Research. 55(7304):7P.
A simulation study of the potenial effects of healthy food and beverage substitutions on diet quality and total energy intake in lower Mississippi Delta adults - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Thomson, J.L., Tussing Humphreys, L.M., Onufrak, S., Connell, C., Zoellner, J., Bogle, M.L., Yadrick, K. 2011. A simulation study of the potenial effects of healthy food and beverage substitutions on diet quality and total energy intake in lower Mississippi Delta adults. Journal of Nutrition 2011. 141:2191-2197.
Last Modified: 10/31/2014
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