|Correlates of health-related social media use among adults|
R Thackeray, BT Crookston, JH West
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (1), e21, 2013
|Postinfancy growth, schooling, and cognitive achievement: Young Lives|
BT Crookston, W Schott, S Cueto, KA Dearden, P Engle, A Georgiadis, ...
The American journal of clinical nutrition 98 (6), 1555-1563, 2013
|Children who recover from early stunting and children who are not stunted demonstrate similar levels of cognition|
BT Crookston, ME Penny, SC Alder, TT Dickerson, RM Merrill, JB Stanford, ...
The Journal of nutrition 140 (11), 1996, 2010
|Impact of early and concurrent stunting on cognition|
BT Crookston, KA Dearden, SC Alder, CA Porucznik, JB Stanford, ...
Maternal & Child Nutrition 7 (4), 397-409, 2011
|Who sleeps under bednets in Ghana? A doer/non-doer analysis of malaria prevention behaviours|
N De La Cruz, B Crookston, K Dearden, B Gray, N Ivins, S Alder, R Davis
Malar J 5, 61, 2006
|Growth faltering and recovery in children aged 1–8 years in four low-and middle-income countries: Young Lives|
EA Lundeen, JR Behrman, BT Crookston, KA Dearden, P Engle, ...
Public health nutrition 17 (9), 2131-2137, 2014
|Periods of child growth up to age 8 years in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam: key distal household and community factors|
WB Schott, BT Crookston, EA Lundeen, AD Stein, JR Behrman
Social Science & Medicine 97, 278-287, 2013
|Sexting among Peruvian adolescents|
JH West, CE Lister, PC Hall, BT Crookston, PR Snow, ME Zvietcovich, ...
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-7, 2014
|Exploring the relationship between chronic undernutrition and asymptomatic malaria in Ghanaian children|
BT Crookston, SC Alder, I Boakye, RM Merrill, JH Amuasi, CA Porucznik, ...
Malar J 9, 39, 2010
|Children with access to improved sanitation but not improved water are at lower risk of stunting compared to children without access: a cohort study in Ethiopia, India, Peru …|
KA Dearden, W Schott, BT Crookston, DL Humphries, ME Penny, ...
BMC public health 17 (1), 1-19, 2017
|Controlling your “app” etite: how diet and nutrition-related mobile apps lead to behavior change|
JH West, LM Belvedere, R Andreasen, C Frandsen, PC Hall, ...
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (7), e95, 2017
|Plasma Plasmodium falciparum histidine-rich protein-2 concentrations are associated with malaria severity and mortality in Tanzanian children|
MP Rubach, J Mukemba, S Florence, B John, B Crookston, BK Lopansri, ...
PloS one 7 (5), e35985, 2012
|Development of the project-level Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (pro-WEAI)|
H Malapit, A Quisumbing, R Meinzen-Dick, G Seymour, EM Martinez, ...
World development 122, 675-692, 2019
|Multi-country, cross-national comparison of youth suicide ideation: Findings from Global School-based Health Surveys|
RM Page, J Saumweber, PC Hall, BT Crookston, JH West
School Psychology International 34 (5), 540-555, 2013
|Participation in the Juntos Conditional Cash Transfer Program in Peru Is Associated with Changes in Child Anthropometric Status but Not Language Development …|
CT Andersen, SA Reynolds, JR Behrman, BT Crookston, KA Dearden, ...
The Journal of nutrition 145 (10), 2396-2405, 2015
|Microfinance against malaria: impact of Freedom from Hunger's malaria education when delivered by rural banks in Ghana|
N De La Cruz, B Crookston, B Gray, S Alder, K Dearden
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 103 (12 …, 2009
|Factors associated with cognitive achievement in late childhood and adolescence: the Young Lives cohort study of children in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam|
BT Crookston, R Forste, C McClellan, A Georgiadis, TB Heaton
BMC pediatrics 14 (1), 1-9, 2014
|Understanding and eliminating disparities in health care: Development and assessment of cultural competence for interdisciplinary health professionals at the University of Utah …|
GM Musolino, ST Burkhalter, B Crookston, RS Ward, RM Harris, ...
Journal of Physical Therapy Education 24 (1), 25-36, 2010
|Cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between household food security and child anthropometry at ages 5 and 8 years in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam|
The Journal of nutrition 145 (8), 1924-1933, 2015
|Household food group expenditure patterns are associated with child anthropometry at ages 5, 8 and 12 years in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam|
DL Humphries, KA Dearden, BT Crookston, T Woldehanna, ME Penny, ...
Economics & Human Biology 26, 30-41, 2017