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- Nurliyana, Abdul Razak, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Public health nutrition 2015 v.18 no.2 pp. 303-312
- adolescents; cognition; eating habits; food groups; food intake; high energy foods; household income; interviews; multivariate analysis; parents; plant-based foods; principal component analysis; public schools; refined grains; socioeconomic status; urban areas; variance; Malaysia
- ... The present study aimed to identify dietary patterns and determine the relationship between dietary patterns and cognitive ability among 12- to 13 year-old Malay adolescents in the urban areas of Gombak district in Selangor, Malaysia. Data on sociodemographic background were obtained from parents. Height and weight were measured and BMI-for-age was determined. Adolescents were interviewed on their ...
- Nurliyana, Abdul Razak, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Appetite 2012 v.58 no.2 pp. 525-530
- breakfast; child nutrition; cognition; dinner; foods; growth retardation; household income; metrology; nutrition knowledge; obesity; parents; preschool children; risk; secondary education; underweight; Malaysia
- ... This study aimed to determine the relationship between child feeding practices, food habits, and anthropometric indicators with cognitive performance of preschoolers aged 4–6years in Peninsular Malaysia (n=1933). Parents were interviewed on socio-demographic background, nutrition knowledge, child feeding practices and food habits. Height and weight of the preschoolers were measured; BMI-for-age, w ...