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    • Effects of an infant feeding program on attitudes, normative beliefs, and intentions to breastfeed among Mexican-American women 

      Anderson, Christine A. MacLeod (Northern Illinois University, 1982)
      Breast feeding rates have been decreasing in the low income and poorly educated populations. Among Mexican-Americans, breast feeding is at a 40% level. The reasons why women choose breast feeding are varied and are affected ...
    • Feeding practices of six-month-old infants 

      Bachochin, Angela R. (Northern Illinois University, 1979)
      The present study was undertaken as a first step in examining the relationship of communication and interaction during early feeding and subsequent behavior development. The purpose was to assess and record current feeding ...
    • Growth of infants breast and/or formula-fed through four months 

      Moss, Lois M. (Northern Illinois University, 1984)
      To compare the growth rates of infants receiving breast milk only, formula only or the combination of breast milk and formula, 36 infants (14 males, 22 females) were studied longitudinally from birth to 4 months. The infants ...
    • Infant feeding practices in St. James, Jamaica 

      Clarke, Janet C. (Northern Illinois University, 1981)
      The purpose of this study was to investigate the infant feeding practices in St. James, Jamaica, West Indies. Specifically the role of the supplementary feeding program in government supported clinics on the infant feeding ...