Amelia A Lake
Amelia A Lake
Professor in Public Health Nutrition Teesside University
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Tracking of obesity-related behaviours from childhood to adulthood: a systematic review
AM Craigie, AA Lake, SA Kelly, AJ Adamson, JC Mathers
Maturitas 70 (3), 266-284, 2011
7822011
Obesogenic environments: exploring the built and food environments
A Lake, T Townshend
The Journal of the Royal society for the Promotion of Health 126 (6), 262-267, 2006
7242006
Longitudinal change in food habits between adolescence (11–12 years) and adulthood (32–33 years): the ASH30 Study
AA Lake, JC Mathers, AJ Rugg-Gunn, AJ Adamson
Journal of Public Health 28 (1), 10-16, 2006
2722006
Obesogenic urban form: theory, policy and practice
T Townshend, AA Lake
Health & place 15 (4), 909-916, 2009
2082009
Obesogenic environments: current evidence of the built and food environments
T Townshend, A Lake
Perspectives in public health 137 (1), 38-44, 2017
1582017
The foodscape: classification and field validation of secondary data sources
AA Lake, T Burgoine, F Greenhalgh, E Stamp, R Tyrrell
Health & Place 16 (4), 666-673, 2010
1502010
Frequency and socio-demographic correlates of eating meals out and take-away meals at home: cross-sectional analysis of the UK national diet and nutrition survey, waves 1–4 …
J Adams, L Goffe, T Brown, AA Lake, C Summerbell, M White, W Wrieden, ...
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 12 (1), 51, 2015
1072015
Searching and synthesising ‘grey literature’and ‘grey information’in public health: critical reflections on three case studies
J Adams, FC Hillier-Brown, HJ Moore, AA Lake, V Araujo-Soares, M White, ...
Systematic reviews 5 (1), 164, 2016
1052016
Food shopping and preparation among the 30‐somethings: whose job is it?(The ASH30 study)
AA Lake, RM Hyland, JC Mathers, AJ Rugg‐Gunn, CE Wood, ...
British Food Journal, 2006
1042006
Obesogenic environments: complexities, perceptions and objective measures
A Lake, TG Townshend, S Alvanides
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
892011
Longitudinal dietary change from adolescence to adulthood: perceptions, attributions and evidence
AA Lake, AJ Rugg-Gunn, RM Hyland, CE Wood, JC Mathers, ...
Appetite 42 (3), 255-263, 2004
852004
Consumption of energy drinks by children and young people: a rapid review examining evidence of physical effects and consumer attitudes
S Visram, M Cheetham, DM Riby, SJ Crossley, AA Lake
BMJ open 6 (10), 2016
822016
Healthy eating: perceptions and practice (the ASH30 study)
AA Lake, RM Hyland, AJ Rugg-Gunn, CE Wood, JC Mathers, ...
Appetite 48 (2), 176-182, 2007
752007
Changing foodscapes 1980–2000, using the ASH30 Study
T Burgoine, AA Lake, E Stamp, S Alvanides, JC Mathers, AJ Adamson
Appetite 53 (2), 157-165, 2009
722009
Creating ‘obesogenic realities’; do our methodological choices make a difference when measuring the food environment?
T Burgoine, S Alvanides, AA Lake
International Journal of Health Geographics 12 (1), 33, 2013
682013
The foodscape: classification and field validation of secondary data sources across urban/rural and socio-economic classifications in England
AA Lake, T Burgoine, E Stamp, R Grieve
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 9 (1), 37, 2012
632012
Diet, physical activity, sedentary behaviour and perceptions of the environment in young adults
AA Lake, T Townshend, S Alvanides, E Stamp, AJ Adamson
Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics 22 (5), 444-454, 2009
572009
Tracking of dietary intake and factors associated with dietary change from early adolescence to adulthood: the ASH30 study
AA Lake, AJ Adamson, AM Craigie, AJ Rugg-Gunn, JC Mathers
Obesity facts 2 (3), 157-165, 2009
562009
Assessing the obesogenic environment of North East England
T Burgoine, S Alvanides, AA Lake
Health & place 17 (3), 738-747, 2011
542011
Children and young people’s perceptions of energy drinks: A qualitative study
S Visram, SJ Crossley, M Cheetham, A Lake
PloS one 12 (11), e0188668, 2017
532017
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