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How did the television get in the child's bedroom? Analysis of family interviews.
Proximal and distal environmental correlates of adolescent obesity.
Profiles of sedentary behavior in children and adolescents: the US National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2001-2006.
Television, reading, and computer time: correlates of school-day leisure-time sedentary behavior and relationship with overweight in children in the U.S.
Social-ecological correlates of excessive TV viewing: difference by race and sex.
Television-viewing time and dietary quality among U.S. children and adults.
Influence of family structure on obesogenic behaviors and placement of bedroom TVs of American children: National Survey of Children's Health 2007.
TVs in the bedrooms of children: does it impact health and behavior?
Television viewing and variations in energy intake in adults and children in the USA.
Physical activity and screen time in metabolically healthy obese phenotypes in adolescents and adults.
Screen time, physical activity, and overweight in U.S. youth: national survey of children's health 2003.
Television, Reading, and Computer Time: Correlates of School-Day Leisure-Time Sedentary Behavior and Relationship With Overweight in Children in the U.S.