Browsing publications by Angela Craigie

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Angela Craigie
Professor Ashley Adamson
Professor John Mathers
Tracking of obesity-related behaviours from childhood to adulthood: A systematic review2011
Angela Craigie
Professor John Matthews
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Raised adolescent body mass index predicts the development of adiposity and a central distribution of body fat in adulthood: a longitudinal study2009
Dr Amelia Lake
Professor Ashley Adamson
Angela Craigie
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Tracking of Dietary Intake and Factors Associated with Dietary Change from Early Adolescence to Adulthood: The ASH30 Study2009
Angela Craigie
Professor Ashley Adamson
Dr Amelia Lake
Megan Gibbons
Professor John Matthews
et al.
Lifecourse influences on nutrient intake in adulthood2005
Angela Craigie
Professor John Mathers
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor Ashley Adamson
Change in nutrient intake between adolescence and adulthood: A 21-year longitudial study2004
Angela Craigie
Dr Amelia Lake
Megan Gibbons
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Tracking of adiposity and dietary intake from adolescence to adulthood: a longitudinal study2003
Dr Amelia Lake
Angela Craigie
Megan Gibbons
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
Professor John Mathers
et al.
Aggregation of diets containing fatty and sugary foods and fruit and vegetables within cohabiting couples2002
Dr Amelia Lake
Angela Craigie
Megan Gibbons
Dr Robert Hyland
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
et al.
Investigating change in eating patterns from adolescence to adulthood: a preliminary analysis2002
Angela Craigie
Dr Amelia Lake
Megan Gibbons
Professor Ashley Adamson
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
et al.
The stability of food intake between adolescence and adulthood: a 21-year follow-up2002
Dr Amelia Lake
Angela Craigie
Megan Gibbons
Professor Ashley Adamson
Emeritus Professor Andrew Rugg-Gunn
et al.
Body mass index from young adolescence to adulthood: a 20 year follow-up2001