Clare E. Collins mainly investigates Gerontology, Obesity, Weight loss, Randomized controlled trial and Overweight. Her Gerontology research includes themes of Diet Surveys, MEDLINE, Environmental health, Demography and Cohort. In general Obesity study, her work on Food addiction, Overeating and Yale Food Addiction Scale often relates to the realm of Context, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
Her work on Weight change as part of general Weight loss study is frequently linked to Institutional repository and Inclusion, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her research in Randomized controlled trial intersects with topics in Physical therapy, Waist and Prediabetes, Type 2 diabetes. Body mass index covers Clare E. Collins research in Overweight.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Randomized controlled trial, Overweight, Gerontology, Physical therapy and Obesity. Clare E. Collins works mostly in the field of Randomized controlled trial, limiting it down to topics relating to Weight loss and, in certain cases, Waist, as a part of the same area of interest. Overweight is a subfield of Body mass index that Clare E. Collins studies.
Her work in the fields of Young adult overlaps with other areas such as Institutional repository. Her Physical therapy research includes elements of Psychological intervention and Diabetes mellitus. Her study explores the link between Obesity and topics such as Environmental health that cross with problems in Dietary intake and Micronutrient.
Her main research concerns Psychological intervention, Environmental health, Randomized controlled trial, Body mass index and Intervention. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Young adult, Gerontology, Systematic review, MEDLINE and Meta-analysis. Clare E. Collins has researched Environmental health in several fields, including Micronutrient, Dietary intake and Healthy eating.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Clinical trial, Weight loss, Telehealth, Mental health and Physical therapy in addition to Randomized controlled trial. Her Weight loss research incorporates themes from Overweight, Socioeconomic status and Confidence interval. Her research integrates issues of Offspring, Observational study, Demography, Weight gain and Childbirth in her study of Body mass index.
Her primary scientific interests are in Psychological intervention, Environmental health, Dietary intake, Body mass index and Randomized controlled trial. Her Psychological intervention study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meta-analysis, Intervention, Child mortality and MEDLINE. She usually deals with Environmental health and limits it to topics linked to Cohort and Reproductive health, Saturated fat, Longitudinal study and Diet quality.
Her Body mass index research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Food frequency questionnaire and Telehealth. Her studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Physical therapy and Weight loss. Overweight connects with themes related to Gerontology in her study.
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Insulin-like growth factor I receptor primary structure: comparison with insulin receptor suggests structural determinants that define functional specificity.
A Ullrich;A Gray;A W Tam;T Yang-Feng.
The EMBO Journal (1986)
Testing the iron hypothesis in ecosystems of the equatorial Pacific Ocean
J. H. Martin;K. H. Coale;K. S. Johnson;K. S. Johnson;S. E. Fitzwater.
The caregiver reaction assessment (CRA) for caregivers to persons with chronic physical and mental impairments
Charles W. Given;Barbara Given;Manfred Stommel;Clare Collins.
Research in Nursing & Health (1992)
A Systematic Review of the Validity of Dietary Assessment Methods in Children when Compared with the Method of Doubly Labeled Water
Tracy L. Burrows;Rebecca J. Martin;Clare E. Collins.
Journal of The American Dietetic Association (2010)
Effectiveness of Lifestyle Interventions in Child Obesity: Systematic Review With Meta-analysis
Mandy Ho;Sarah P. Garnett;Louise Baur;Tracy Burrows.
Effectiveness of web-based interventions in achieving weight loss and weight loss maintenance in overweight and obese adults: a systematic review with meta-analysis.
M. Neve;Philip J. Morgan;P. R. Jones;C. E. Collins.
Obesity Reviews (2010)
Diet quality--what is it and does it matter?
Annika Wirt;Clare E Collins.
Public Health Nutrition (2009)
The Prevalence of Food Addiction as Assessed by the Yale Food Addiction Scale: A Systematic Review
Kirrilly M. Pursey;Peter Stanwell;Ashley N. Gearhardt;Clare E. Collins.
Nudging consumers towards healthier choices: A systematic review of positional influences on food choice
Tamara Bucher;Clare Collins;Megan E. Rollo;Tracy A. McCaffrey.
British Journal of Nutrition (2016)
Social cognitive theory and physical activity: a systematic review and meta‐analysis
M. D. Young;R. C. Plotnikoff;C. E. Collins;C. E. Collins;R. Callister.
Obesity Reviews (2014)
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