28 Publications Located: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=4pXA4rUAAAAJ&hl=en
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Sampige, R.*, Kuno, C. B.,* & Frankel, L. A. (2023). Mental health matters: Parent mental health and children's emotional eating. Appetite, 180, 106317.
Frankel, L., & Sampige, R.* (2022). Supporting Families: Lessons Learned from the COVID-19 Pandemic. Human Development, 66(3), 163-166.
Frankel, L., Umemura, T., Pfeffer, K. A*., Powell, E. M.*, & Hughes, K. R.* (2021). Maternal Perceptions of Infant Behavior as a Potential Indicator of Parents or Infants in Need of Additional Support and Intervention. Frontiers in Public Health, 1499.
Frankel, L. A., Kuno, C. B.*, & Sampige, R.* (2021). The relationship between COVID-related parenting stress, nonresponsive feeding behaviors, and parent mental health. Current Psychology, 1-12.
Pereira, S., Smith, H. S., Frankel, L. A., Christensen, K. D., Islam, R., Robinson, J. O., ... & Timothy, W. Y. (2021). Psychosocial Effect of Newborn Genomic Sequencing on Families in the BabySeq Project: A Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA pediatrics.
Frankel, L. A., & Kuno, C. B.* (2019). The moderating role of parent gender on the relationship between restrictive feeding and a child's self–regulation in eating: Results from mother-only samples may not apply to both parents. Appetite, 143, 104424.
Frankel, L. A., Powell, E.*, & Jansen, E. (2018). The Relationship between Structure-Related Food Parenting Practices and Children's Heightened Levels of Self-Regulation in Eating. Childhood Obesity, 14(2), 81-88.
Frankel, L. A., Pereira, S., & McGuire, A. (2016). Potential psychosocial risks of sequencing newborns. Pediatrics, 137 (S1), 24-29.
Frankel, L. A., Umemura, T., Jacobvitz, D., & Hazen, N. (2015). Marital conflict and parental responses to infant negative emotions: Relations with toddler emotional regulation. Infant Behavior and Development, 40, 73-83.
Frankel, L., Fisher, J. O., Power, T. G., Chen, T.A., Cross, M. B., & Hughes, S. O. (2015). Confirmatory factor analysis of the Feeding Emotions Scale. A measure of parent emotions in the context of feeding. Appetite, 91, 107-113.
Frankel, L. A., Thompson, D., Power, T. G., & Hughes, S. O. (2015). Correspondence between Maternal Determination of Child Fullness and Young Children's Self-Determined Fullness Level: Results from a Standardized Laboratory Protocol. Childhood Obesity, 11(2), 209-214.