2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in Belgium Leader Award
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Gerontology, Environmental health, Public health, Psychological intervention and Health promotion. Lea Maes has researched Gerontology in several fields, including Physical fitness, Demography, Sex factors, Social environment and Socioeconomic status. Her Environmental health study deals with El Niño intersecting with Developmental psychology.
Her Public health study combines topics in areas such as Cross-sectional study, Data quality and Epidemiology. Her Psychological intervention research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Overweight, Systematic review, Physical therapy, Health education and Cross-cultural studies. Her work carried out in the field of Health education brings together such families of science as Intervention, Physical education, Randomized controlled trial and Environmental exposure.
Her primary areas of study are Environmental health, Gerontology, Psychological intervention, Intervention and Public health. Environmental health connects with themes related to Pediatrics in her study. Lea Maes interconnects Cross-sectional study, Childhood obesity, Overweight, Demography and Socioeconomic status in the investigation of issues within Gerontology.
As part of one scientific family, Lea Maes deals mainly with the area of Demography, narrowing it down to issues related to the Obesity, and often Body mass index. Her work deals with themes such as Screen time, Health education and Health promotion, which intersect with Psychological intervention. The various areas that she examines in her Intervention study include Psychosocial, Physical therapy and Randomized controlled trial.
Lea Maes focuses on Psychological intervention, Environmental health, Overweight, Intervention and Developmental psychology. Her Psychological intervention research integrates issues from Gerontology, Occupational health nursing, Health promotion, Screen time and Social influence. Her work in Gerontology addresses issues such as Peer review, which are connected to fields such as Ethnic group.
The Environmental health study combines topics in areas such as Childhood obesity, Local government and Pediatrics. In her research on the topic of Overweight, Underweight and Logistic regression is strongly related with Demography. Her Intervention research incorporates themes from Psychosocial, Randomized controlled trial, Applied psychology, Physical therapy and Process management.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Overweight, Obesity, Developmental psychology, Social psychology and Demography. Her Overweight research includes themes of Cross-sectional study, Physical therapy and Intervention. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including International Standard Classification of Education, D2 Test of Attention, Gerontology and Clinical psychology.
Her Obesity research includes elements of Recall and Environmental health. Her Environmental health study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Screen time, Dietary Sucrose, Pediatrics and Public health. Her Demography study incorporates themes from Logistic regression, Underweight and With snack.
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Influence of mother's educational level on food parenting practices and food habits of young children.
Carine A Vereecken;Els Keukelier;Lea Maes.
Effectiveness of school-based interventions in Europe to promote healthy nutrition in children and adolescents: systematic review of published and ‘grey’ literature
Eveline Van Cauwenberghe;Lea Maes;Heleen Spittaels;Frank J. van Lenthe.
British Journal of Nutrition (2010)
Fruit and Vegetable Intake in a Sample of 11-Year-Old Children in 9 European Countries: The Pro Children Cross-Sectional Survey
Agneta Yngve;Alexandra Wolf;Eric Poortvliet;Ibrahim Elmadfa.
Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism (2005)
Relationship between the physical environment and different domains of physical activity in European adults: a systematic review
Veerle Van Holle;Benedicte Deforche;Benedicte Deforche;Jelle Van Cauwenberg;Liesbet Goubert.
BMC Public Health (2012)
School-based interventions promoting both physical activity and healthy eating in Europe: a systematic review within the HOPE project
I. De Bourdeaudhuij;E. Van Cauwenberghe;H. Spittaels;J.-M. Oppert.
Obesity Reviews (2011)
Television viewing behaviour and associations with food habits in different countries.
Carine A Vereecken;Joanna Todd;Chris Roberts;Caroline Mulvihill.
Public Health Nutrition (2006)
Differences in Weight Status and Energy-Balance Related Behaviors among Schoolchildren across Europe: The ENERGY-Project
Johannes Brug;Maartje M. van Stralen;Saskia J. te Velde;Mai J. M. Chinapaw.
PLOS ONE (2012)
The relative influence of individual and contextual socio-economic status on consumption of fruit and soft drinks among adolescents in Europe
Carine A. Vereecken;Joanna Inchley;S.V. Subramanian;Anne Hublet.
European Journal of Public Health (2005)
A Belgian study on the reliability and relative validity of the Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children food-frequency questionnaire
Carine A Vereecken;Lea Maes.
Public Health Nutrition (2003)
Levels of physical activity and sedentary time among 10- to 12-year-old boys and girls across 5 European countries using accelerometers: an observational study within the ENERGY-project
Maïté Verloigne;Wendy van Lippevelde;Lea Maes;Mine Yildirim.
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity (2012)
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