Bridget Kelly

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University of Wollongong School of Social Science 
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Driessen C, Bennett R, Cameron AJ, et al. (2024) Parents' perceptions of children's exposure to unhealthy food marketing in digital and retail environments. Appetite. 107553
Boyland E, Backholer K, Potvin Kent M, et al. (2024) Unhealthy Food and Beverage Marketing to Children in the Digital Age: Global Research and Policy Challenges and Priorities. Annual Review of Nutrition
Jindarattanaporn N, Kelly B, Phulkerd S. (2024) A comparative analysis of unhealthy food and beverage television advertising to children in Thailand, between 2014 and 2022. Globalization and Health. 20: 2
Kelly B, Boyland E, Tatlow-Golden M, et al. (2023) Testing a conceptual Hierarchy of Effects model of food marketing exposure and associations with children and adolescents' diet-related outcomes. Public Health Nutrition. 1-23
Dunford EK, Kelly B, Jones A. (2023) Could Google Help Curb Online Advertising of Unhealthy Foods to U.S. Children? American Journal of Preventive Medicine
Nicholson E, Kelly B. (2023) Establishing the Minimum Media Time Sample Required to Obtain Reliable Estimates of Children's Digital Media Food Marketing Exposures. Current Developments in Nutrition. 7: 100092
Kelly B, Backholer K, Boyland E, et al. (2023) Contemporary Approaches for Monitoring Food Marketing to Children to Progress Policy Actions. Current Nutrition Reports
Kerr EM, Hewitt L, Ryan ST, et al. (2022) Correlates of children's dietary intake, physical activity and sedentary behavior in home-based childcare: A systematic review. Preventive Medicine Reports. 30: 101999
Amevinya GS, Vandevijvere S, Kelly B, et al. (2022) Advertising of unhealthy foods and beverages around primary and junior high schools in Ghana's most urbanized and populous region. Frontiers in Public Health. 10: 917456
Brooks R, Christidis R, Carah N, et al. (2022) Turning users into 'unofficial brand ambassadors': marketing of unhealthy food and non-alcoholic beverages on TikTok. Bmj Global Health. 7
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