Volume 36, Issue 2, Fall 2012

The Journal of Child Nutrition & Management

A Publication of the School Nutrition Association


Table of Contents

Volume 36, Issue 2, Fall 2012

Editors’ Note

Recognition of Journal of Child Nutrition and Management Peer Reviewers

RESEARCH IN ACTION

USDA Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Creates Positive Change in Children’s Consumption and Other Behaviors Related to Eating Fruits and Vegetables
Lori A. Bica, PhD; Eric M. Jamelske, PhD

Perceptions of Principals, Teachers, and School Food, Health, and Nutrition Professionals Regarding the Sustainability and Utilization of School Food Gardens
Elizabeth M. Jaeschke, MS, RD; Julie Raeder Schumacher, EdD, RD; Robert W. Cullen, PhD, RD; Mardell A. Wilson, EdD, RD

The Effects of a School-Based Nutrition Intervention on Fruit and Vegetable Preferences, Self-Efficacy, and Consumption Among Low-Income Hispanic and White Middle-School Students
Erin McCarthy, MS, RD; Cindy Wolff, MPA, PhD, RD; Stephanie Bianco-Simeral, MS, RD; Joseph Crozier, M.A.; Keiko Goto, PhD

Nutrition and Physical Activity Knowledge Assessment: Development of Questionnaires and Evaluation of Reliability in African-American and Latino Children
Lindsay S Roberts, BS; Sushma Sharma, PhD*; Mark L Hudes, PhD ; Sharon E Fleming, PhD

School Nutrition Directors Perceptions of Technology Use in School Nutrition Programs
Peggy Pratt, Ph.D, RD; Carolyn Bednar, PhD, RD, LD, Professor; Junehee Kwon, PhD, RD, LD, Associate Professor

Exploring Trends and Barriers to the Implementation of Branding and Marketing Concepts in the School Nutrition Setting
Alexandra Castillo, MPH; Mary Frances Nettles, PhD, RD

CURRENT RESOURCES

2012 Child Nutrition Showcase Research Abstracts

NFSMI RESEARCH UPDATE

NFSMI Summary of Research
Mary Frances Nettles, PhD, RD

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