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Published on 21.01.19 in Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Jan-Jun

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Works citing "“If You Let Them, They Will Be on It 24 Hours a Day”: Qualitative Study Conducted in the United States Exploring Brazilian Immigrant Mothers’ Beliefs, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Screen Time Behaviors of Their Preschool-Age Children"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/11791):

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  1. Lindsay AC, Wallington SF, Rabello LM, Alves ADSM, Arruda CAM, Rocha TC, De Andrade GP, Vianna GV, de Souza Mezzavilla R, de Oliveira MG, Hasselmann MH, Machado MMT, Greaney ML. Faith, Family, and Social Networks: Effective Strategies for Recruiting Brazilian Immigrants in Maternal and Child Health Research. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 2020;
  2. Thompson DA, Tschann JM. Update on Screen-Related Parenting Practices in Early Childhood. Academic Pediatrics 2020;
  3. Lindsay AC, Vianna GVDB, Arruda CAM, Alves ADSM, Hasselmann MH, Machado MM, Greaney ML. Brazilian immigrant fathers’ perspectives on child’s eating and feeding practices: a qualitative study conducted in the United States. Public Health Nutrition 2020;:1
  4. Hammons AJ, Villegas E, Olvera N, Greder K, Fiese B, Teran-Garcia M. The Evolving Family Mealtime: Findings From Focus Group Interviews With Hispanic Mothers. JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting 2020;3(2):e18292