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Developmental Trajectories of Postpartum Weight 3 Years After Birth: Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study
This study explored the developmental trajectories of postpartum weight from 0.5 to 3 years after childbirth, and aimed to determine the associations between postpartum weight trajectories and prepregnancy body mass index ...
Hardcore adolescent smokers? An examination of the hardening hypothesis by using survey data from two Norwegian samples collected eight years apart
(Oxford University Press, 2014)
Introduction. The hardening hypothesis stat es that with declining prevalence and growing social disapproval of smoking, remaining smokers are more unwilling and unable to quit, as well as increasingly characterized ...
Secular trends in eating problems among norwegian adolescents from 1992 to 2010
Objective: This study examines secular trends in eating problems among adolescents between 1992 and 2010. The study aims further to investigate whether such trends can be accounted for by secular changes in putative ...
Predictors of Disordered Eating in Adolescence and Young Adulthood: A Population-Based, Longitudinal Study of Females and Males in Norway
We investigated longitudinal predictors for disordered eating from early adolescence to young adulthood (12–34 years) across gender and different developmental phases among Norwegian young people. Survey data from a ...
Secular Trends in Depressive Symptoms Among Norwegian Adolescents from 1992 to 2010
(Springer Verlag, 2014)
Several survey studies among adolescents have shown increasing rates of depressive symptoms over the last two to three decades. We know however little about mechanisms that might explain this increase. The present study ...