Sara A. Pyle, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2006 University of Missouri - Kansas City, USA 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology, Public Health
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C Keith Haddock grad student 2006 University of Missouri - Kansas City (Neurotree)
 (A meta-analysis of treatments for childhood and adolescent obesity.)
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Hymowitz N, Pyle SA, Haddock CK, et al. (2008) The pediatric residency training on tobacco project: four-year parent outcome findings. Preventive Medicine. 47: 221-4
Stein RJ, Pyle SA, Haddock CK, et al. (2008) Reported stress and its relationship to tobacco use among U.S. military personnel. Military Medicine. 173: 271-7
Hymowitz N, Schwab JV, Haddock CK, et al. (2007) The pediatric residency training on tobacco project: four-year resident outcome findings. Preventive Medicine. 45: 481-90
Pyle SA, Haddock CK, Poston WS, et al. (2007) Tobacco use and perceived financial strain among junior enlisted in the U.S. Military in 2002. Preventive Medicine. 45: 460-3
Ng N, Prabandari YS, Padmawati RS, et al. (2007) Physician assessment of patient smoking in Indonesia: a public health priority. Tobacco Control. 16: 190-6
Haddock CK, Pyle SA, Poston WS, et al. (2007) Smoking and body weight as markers of fitness for duty among U.S. military personnel. Military Medicine. 172: 527-32
Haddock CK, Pyle SA, DeBon M, et al. (2007) Cigarette use among two cohorts of U.S. Air Force recruits, compared with secular trends. Military Medicine. 172: 288-94
Haddock CK, Poston WS, Pyle SA, et al. (2006) The validity of self-rated health as a measure of health status among young military personnel: evidence from a cross-sectional survey. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 4: 57
Haddock CK, Lando HA, Pyle SA, et al. (2005) Prediction of adult-onset smoking initiation among U.S. Air force recruits using the pierce susceptibility questionnaire. American Journal of Preventive Medicine. 28: 424-9
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