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Effects of changes in residential fast-food outlet exposure on Body Mass Index change: longitudinal evidence from 92,211 Lifelines participants

Fast-food environments and BMI changes in the Dutch adult general population: the Lifelines cohort

Fastfoodrestaurants en overgewicht

Neighborhood socioeconomic differences in BMI: The role of fast-food outlets and physical activity facilities

The role of fast-food outlet exposure in Body Mass Index

The association between fast-food outlet proximity and density and Body Mass Index: Findings from 147,027 Lifelines cohort study participants

The association between the presence of fast-food outlets and BMI: the role of neighbourhood socio-economic status, healthy food outlets, and dietary factors

The validity and reliability of a digital Ruff Figural Fluency Test (RFFT)

Association Between Neighborhood Socioeconomic Status and Obesity in 89,160 Lifelines Participants

The validity and reliability of the digital Ruff Figural Fluency Test (RFFT) in the general adult population

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Wonen in nabijheid van fastfoodrestaurants doet BMI stijgen

Psychological research in the UMCG: what is out there?